(Competition now closed. The winner was Damyanti!)
Happy New Year!
I’ve decided not to give anything up for New Year- January can be gloomy enough as it is. Instead, I am going to continue. To carry forward. I had such a delicious warm and scrummy Christmas and I want to bring as much of that joy into January and the new year as I can. We saw friends and family that we hadn’t seen for too long. We spent quality time together. There was yummy food and good wine. And coffee Baileys. Oh! The coffee Baileys! There were books and board games and hugs and building things out of Lego. There were decoupaged rhinos and handmade cards. All the brilliant and beautiful things that make Christmas special.
Today, it’s bucketing with rain. Everyone is back at work and school and I have a terrifying to-do list. But I also have a coffee, a chocolate reindeer, a pile of new books to peruse, and a smile.
So to celebrate all that is delicious, I am giving away a hardback, 1st UK edition of this stunner:
Through the Woods by Emily Carroll – ‘It came from the woods. Most strange things do.’ Five mysterious, spine-tingling stories follow journeys into (and out of?) the eerie abyss. These chilling tales spring from the macabre imagination of acclaimed and award-winning comic creator Emily Carroll. Come take a walk in the woods and see what awaits you there…
To be in with a chance to win, simply comment below. You can get an extra entry in the hat by tweeting/spreading the word on social media, but please add an extra comment below for each extra entry.
Worldwide entries happily received, competition ends midnight Wednesday 14th Jan. I will contact the winner on Thursday 15th Jan.
That looks so lovely!
I have been intrigued by that book & my aim for the year is to read more graphic novels. Happy New Year
Happy new year Carmen! Would love to win this, looks very intriguing.
Happy New Year! This looks great!
Ooh, eerily lovely!
Oh that looks like a really gripping read!!!
This looks like a stunning book, great competition!
Wow! Looks eerie indeed!!! Just what my reading groups @bdslibrary always crave for – a good scare!
(I’ve just retweeted and replied 🙂