Once again, we’re delighted to be marking the festive season with a giveaway of titles from our back catalogue. From 26 December to 6 January we’re giving away one free ebook per day, with the draws being made as close as possible to 12.00 midday UK time daily.
We’d like to thank everyone for their patience, and apologise once again for the delay in today’s draw which was really beyond our control. The winner for Day Eleven is Alison, who has chosen Julie Bozza’s delightful homage to an extraordinary evening at the theatre A NIGHT WITH THE NIGHT OF THE BURNING PESTLE. Julie will be emailing that to you shortly, Alison!
Draws are made using random.org, and the requested book emailed to the lucky recipient usually within twenty-four hours. If you win once, please feel free to enter again – although two wins will disqualify you thereafter! (Yvonne, Chris, Glenn, Rachel, Didi, Nova, Little Bear, Ellie and Alison can all enter again, but Dei is ineligible.)
To enter, click here for the Book Giveaways form. This opens in a new window or tab. You’ll be asked for your first name (or whichever name you’d like to use), an email address, which title you’d like, and in which format. All these fields must be completed before clicking the Submit button.
Only Manifold Press admins will be able to see the details you enter on the form. However, please be aware that we’ll share the winner’s name and choice of title when we announce the result the following day – so, if you’d prefer to be anonymous, please indicate that in the name field of the form.
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All our current titles are available for the giveaway, but only in electronic formats.
So, this is a good opportunity to sit back, relax, and browse our titles; experiment with the work of a new author, or complete the backlist of a favourite – the choice is yours!
The final draw will be made at 12 noon UK time tomorrow, so there is one last chance to win. Good luck, and a Happy New Year to you all!
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