These have popped up on the publishers’ Facebook pages in the past couple of days. Clicking on them will take you to the publisher’s site, and you can view all of the available foreign editions on the International page (except for Italy’s, because I haven’t added that yet).
There are no words for how much I heart this one.
And! I recently received my translated copies of The Iron Duke, but I don’t need more than one! So I’m giving five copies of them away to readers here.
I do have one stipulation, though, and I’m sorry for it — these need to go to someone who reads German. I know! This totally sucks of me, because I know it’s kind of cool to have foreign editions, in the same way it’s awesome to have ARCs … but I really want these to be read (and hopefully enjoyed) for the story inside rather than just the packaging.
So if you read German or know someone who does and might enjoy this as a gift, please feel free to comment below and enter! Contest ends Monday, December 12th at Midnight, Pacific time, and I will do my best to send them to you in time for the holidays. Good luck!
The small print: Comment by 11:59:59 PM Pacific time on 12/12/2011 for your chance to win. Five winners will be selected randomly using random.org, and their name posted on this blog 12/13/2011. Winners must provide Meljean with their mailing address by December 25, 2011 or the prize will be forfeit. Only one entry per ISP address. The contest is open to international readers. No purchase necessary to enter. Odds of winning depend on number of entries received. Void where prohibited.