Saturday, 4 December 2010

VEx November Contest - The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack



This month, our contest giveaway is a copy of Mark Hodder's recent novel Burton and Swinburne in the Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack. The past is not what it used to be as Sir Richard Burton and Charles Algernon Swinburne investigate sightings of a bizarre and violent entity in the wake of Queen Victoria's assassination.

To enter, just leave a comment to this post. The draw will happen at 12:00 am on Saturday, November 27. Good luck and thank you for continuing to visit Voyages Extraordinaires.

And the new winner is: Because our previous winner did not get in touch with me after the one-week deadline, I drew again and pulled Akula's name from the tophat! Akula, check your inbox for a message!

Thank you once more for joining in and for supporting Voyages Extraordinaires!

14 comments:

Niko said...

Can I enter again even though I already won once? My tea & toy train arrived in yesterday's mail (thank you again!) and I'm enjoying a cup of tea even as I write this.

Matt McKee said...

Looks like a good story! Love this stuff.

lordofthewaters said...

I think I'd really like to win this one. Consider me entered.

Jack Horner said...

Its not on my list, but I'm intrigued. Sign me up, please.

flavoredsparkle said...

I concur with intrigued.

Motman said...

Add me to the contest!

Mike said...

This book is on my list! I would love to be able to read now, rather than sometime after Christmas.

Okie said...

Ooooh...great contest. I'm really intrigued by this book. Please include me in the drawing.

Thanks. :)

Geis said...

OK, I'll bite. Comment left.

Scurvy said...

I just finished reading this. It's incredible!! I would love to win this, and I hope there is more coming from the author.

Akula said...

Looks like a good read, currently reading Boneshaker, can't get me enough steampunk.

Cynthia said...

Swinburne AND Burton?! Wowser!

Kindly place me in the drawing cup as well!

Esther said...

Like everyone else I find this book intriguing. Another one for my TBR list.
Please count me in, thanks.

Skreee said...

I would love to read this.