Giveaway! Win a copy of The Maker’s Mask

These books are going off to the legal deposit library:

But this book is going to someone picked at random from the comments to this post.

The beads aren’t going anywhere, I just hadn’t noticed they were on the table and then I thought they looked pretty.

So, leave a comment if you want a free book! I’ll post worldwide, and you don’t have to know me – in fact I think I’d prefer it if it went to someone who didn’t know me, because then it wouldn’t look like favouritism. But I have no control over this, because the winner will be picked at random.

What’s it about? It’s about courtesans, programmers, revolutionaries, genderqueer bodyguards, technological tinkerers, assassins and eels. It’s about technology that’s very nearly indistinguishable from magic and enemies that are very nearly indistinguishable from family. It’s about 375 pages long. Why not give it a shot?

About Ankaret Wells

Writing, self-publishing and the strange search strings that lead people to my site.
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20 Responses to Giveaway! Win a copy of The Maker’s Mask

  1. Meallanmouse says:

    Me me me! =)

  2. Helen says:

    Go on then, I’ll enter as I haven’t got round to buying it yet!!

  3. Nanila says:

    I would love to read it. If I don’t win, I’ll be buying a copy!

  4. Marion says:

    MEMEMEMEMEMEME! Er… me, please?

    I really, REALLY should not buy books, as I have (officially) No Spare Cash…

  5. owl says:

    It’s an actual book! Congratulations!

  6. Rebecca says:

    Um…enter me too please? The book sounds quite interesting.

  7. Sadie says:

    I have already bought a copy (page 124, loving it) but I’d love to win a second copy because then I could lend it to people!

  8. Vivienne says:

    Oh please! The household budget is refusing to do anything helpful these days, and I’d been trying to calculate how much Christmas money I might or might not get.

    (Am Sillymouse in some contexts)

  9. the_antichris says:

    Me, please? I’ve been dithering about whether to get hardcopy or e-books.

  10. Miss Verity says:

    Oooh, me! If it’s not too late to enter.

  11. Simon Wilkins says:

    Ooh, Me!

  12. rupert says:

    me too!

  13. Andy G says:

    Ooh, bookly and good!

  14. Chris Lewis says:

    Sounds rather wonderfully intriguing.

  15. Miss Lilley says:


  16. Nineveh_uk says:

    I may be too late to enter, but am doing so if not!

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