Tuesday, 12 October 2010

New Giveaway - Mr Darcy, Vampyre - Amanda Grange

Mr Darcy a vampire??? I'm not sure how the concept sits with me, but following the recent vampire trend Amanda Grange has continued the classic tale of Pride and Prejudice in Mr Darcy, Vampyre and we're giving away a brand new softcover copy of the book. The book picks up exactly where Jane Austen left off, on the morning following Elizbeth and Darcy's marriage. From here on in.....things get pretty strange!!

To enter our book giveaway just leave a comment that includes your suggestion for what classic novel should next be turned over to the blood suckers. Read the following information to see how you can earn bonus entries.

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Entries are open until 5pm EST on Tuesday 2nd November. The competition is open to residents of Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA and the UK. The winner of the competition will be announced on Wednesday 3rd November. Good luck to everyone!! 

12 comments:

  1. I have followed your blog & FB & Twitter. I have tweeted about competition as well as FB, 2 x Tumblr and at my new blog :)

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  2. I'm not sure about this trend either... but possibly Jane Austen's Persuasion? Might explain where Captain Wentworth was for 8 years - learning to control his new unnatural appetites ;-)
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  3. Moby Dick. No really, stay with me:
    "Call me Ishmael..."
    meaningful pause
    "the vampyre."
    :)

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  4. Hiya.

    I am following your blog and your twitter (leetid26).

    I think Northanger Abbey should be changed with vampires as you got the mysterious dark house in it already so it would be the prefect setting!

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  5. Ha ha - silly me - I forgot to put a novel. What about Jane Eyre, where Mr Rochester's first wife is really a vampire?

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  6. Vanity Fair...where Becky is a little bit like the Countess Bathory. Get it...she bathes in her victims blood to stay young = Vanity!

    +1 I'm an old follower
    +1 I like on Facebook (Michelle Stockard Miller-truebookaddict)
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    Thanks for the giveaway!

    truebookaddictATgmailDOTcom

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  7. Mary DeBorde
    zenrei57 (at) hotmail (dot) com

    Lady Chatterly's (undead) Lover! lol

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    Thanks for such a wonderful giveaway :D

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  8. The Lady Vampire in White by Wilkie Collins.

    I think this is a fun trend, lets me re-read the classics but with a twist.

    +1 already a follower

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  9. Oh, I'm desperate for Wuthering Heights to be vampire-ified. Hello, Heathcliff screams vampire!

    Thank you for the giveaway -- I've become a follower of the blog, your tweets, and you FB page -- which is nice because so far, I'm pleased with what I've seen! :)

    thesibylqueen at gmail.com

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  10. How about a Tale for Two Cities. Tore923@aol.com

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  11. What about the Handmaid's Tail
    sarahdottennysonatgmaildotcom

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  12. Thanks to everyone who entered our Mr Darcy, Vampyre competition. The winning announcement is a little overdue, but we can now congratulate the winner - Audra!! Your book will be in the mail soon. Stay tuned for our next competition coming early next week!!

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