March Giveaway: The Book of Dust

book-of-dust-uk-663x1024This week, I’m celebrating my birthday with the first in a series of monthly ebook giveaways featuring titles by some of my favorite authors. During the month of March, you have a chance to win the Kindle edition of Philip Pullman’s The Book of Dustthe much celebrated prequel to The Golden Compass.

I still remember discovering The Golden Compass, years ago while shopping with a friend in the Boulder Bookstore in Colorado.  After finishing The Golden Compass, I devoured The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass in no time. I loved these books! I couldn’t get enough of the Lyra’s adventures in dark worlds populated by daemons and witches and angels at war. I’m very excited that Pullman has at last decided to give us the prequels to His Dark Materials, and also excited to share the magic with you!

While I haven’t had a chance yet to read The Book of Dust for myself, it comes highly recommended by good friends in the know. Besides, I trust Pullman to spin a great story. Entering the Amazon giveaway is easy – just visit the giveaway page and click the yellow button. No purchase is necessary; the winner will be announced at the end of the month.

If you don’t win this time, please check back in again next month – I’ll have a new title up for grabs in April. Happy March, and good luck!

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  1. Great choice for a giveaway! I saw the Golden Compass film and then read The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass. In a way, they influenced a lot of stuff I’ve done in The Power Club. Great books!

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