Giveaway! Enter to win a copy of The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron!

TheFellSwordI haven’t exactly been shy about letting the world know that I’m enjoying Miles Cameron’s Traitor Son Cycle tremendously. With the recent release of The Fell Sword, the second book in the series, I thought it’d be a good time to share the fun, and happily, the kind folks at Orbit agreed! Thanks to them, I have one copy of The Fell Sword to give away to a lucky reader in the US or Canada.

If you’re not familiar with the books yet, here are a bunch of my posts about them: reviews of The Red Knight and The Fell Swordlast year’s interview with author Miles Cameron, and a recent guest post by the author about the (oft discussed) female characters in the series.

Interested yet? Then click below to get the details on how to enter this giveaway! (Please note: this giveaway ended on March 23rd, 2013.)

To enter the giveaway, simply send an email with subject line “FELL” to fbrgiveaway AT gmail DOT com with your full name and mailing address. One entry per person, please: multiple entries will result in immediate disqualification, but please feel free to tell your friends! (And, this is not a weighted giveaway, but if you want to follow me on Twitter or Facebook or spread the word in some other way, that’d be cool.) Please note again that, at the publisher’s request, this giveaway is limited to the US and Canada only.

This giveaway ended on Sunday, March 23d at 11:59 PM. Void where prohibited by law, rules are subject to change, harmful when swallowed, and of course, batteries not included. Bunch of cheapskates.

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3 Responses to Giveaway! Enter to win a copy of The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron!

  1. Pingback: Giveaway winner! (The Fell Sword giveaway) | Far Beyond Reality

  2. Michael H Semones says:

    How about a free copy of installment #3

    • Michael H Semones says:

      Have read The Red Knight and am half way through The Fell Sword. Have you thought of a book depicting the people and creatures of your books? Having it done in the same type of style as the covers. Not in the style that the picture book for The Wheel of Time was done. With all the creatures that are present, especially the Irks, I think that it would be great to see and to get a feel for the place and time of the books. Be sure to have a scale to measure them by also. Such as a 6 foot tall man to an Irk or a Ruk. or a Boggel

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