Valentine’s Day Giveaway – Day One


Welcome, dear Readers, to a new giveaway in honour of a day on which we traditionally celebrate love and relationships – which are at least the main subject of the Press’s books, even if not all of us indulge in real life.

For the next seven days we’ll be giving away one free book per day, with the draws to be made as close as possible to 12.00 midday UK time starting tomorrow, Sunday 15 February.

To win the Manifold Press book of your choice all you need to do is tell us – in a screened reply below:

  • your first name,
  • your email address,
  • the title of the book you’d like, and
  • the format you prefer (epub, mobi or pdf).

All our current titles are available, but only in electronic formats.

If you are successful once, don’t let it deter you from entering again; you can win twice before being disqualified for the rest of the giveaway.

So come on in and join us. It’s a great chance to experiment with the work of a new author, or to complete the backlist of a favourite – and good luck and best wishes to everyone who takes part!


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In honour of the occasion, we are delighted to announce that eight of our titles are now available on Amazon for Kindle: they are Julie Bozza’s THE DEFINITIVE ALBERT J. STERNE; ALBERT J. STERNE: FUTURE BRIGHT, PAST IMPERFECT; HOMOSAPIEN; THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW OF DEATH and of course BUTTERFLY HUNTER, as well as R.A. Padmos’s RAVAGES, Chris Quinton’s ALOES and Adam Fitzroy’s DEAR MISTER PRESIDENT. This is the start of a rolling programme of Kindle launches which will take place over the next few months; we’ll keep you fully updated with the details.

There are now ‘Amazon Kindle buy links’ on the relevant pages on the website, but these will take you to; we’re sure those of you in the rest of the world will figure it out, however!

At the same time, we are also happy to announce price reductions across the board for those of you who prefer to buy in dollars from our distribution partner websites. These have been occasioned by currency fluctuations over the past year or so. Our plan is to stay in closer touch with the exchange rates in future, and to implement further price changes as and when the situation warrants.