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Wolfhound Century Give Away

Thanks to the fine people over at Gollancz, I have the first two books in The Wolfhound Century Trilogy by Peter Higgins* to give away to you lovely reader types. How do we win? you cry. Couldn't be simpler my friends. All you need do is visit my Facebook page and follow the simple instructions below.   * Both books are available to purchase now. Read more [...]

Competition – Win The Silent Wife by A.S.A Harrison

The Silent Wife by A.S.A. Harrison is published by Headline and will be released on Tuesday 25th June in the UK. Fancy winning yourself a copy? Of course you do. Well it’s all terribly easy. Simply follow the instructions below. All you have to do is copy and paste the text below into a tweet .  All those that post the tweet will be entered into a draw and 1 lucky winner will picked at random to receive a copy of the book. Please tweet the following text by 5pm Friday 28th June: Follow Read more [...]

Competition – Win Juggernaut by Adam Baker

Juggernaut by Adam Baker is published by Hodder & Stoughton and will be released on Thursday 16th February in the UK. Fancy winning yourself a copy? Of course you do. Well it's all terribly easy. Simple follow the instructions below. All you have to do is copy and paste the text below into a tweet .  All those that post the tweet will be entered into a draw and 1 lucky winner will picked at random. Please tweet the following text by 9pm Friday 10th February: Follow @TheEloquentPage Read more [...]

Anarchy Books Short Story Competition

Jordan Reyne, New Zealand's premiere   bloodthirsty Celtic rock and machine sounds superhero,   has teamed up with Anarchy Books to bring you a dazzling   short story writing competition!   Jordan Reyne's new album, Children of a Factory Nation, is being released September 2011 and follows a family who lived in Wales in the late 1800s during the Industrial Revolution. Like many alive in their time, they faced problems relating to difficult working conditions, poverty, Read more [...]