Look! I’m giving away a copy of the shiny new trade paperback of GLAMOUR IN GLASS.

What’s this? It’s the trade paperback of Glamour in Glass with all my words in it. The trade paperback is due out on January 15th, but I’m going to give a signed copy away here.

Glamour in Glass trade paperback

Simply post in the comments here on my website by noon Central on Tuesday January 8th, and I’ll pluck a name at random from the list of commenters.

EDITED TO ADD: You do not need to live in the US; I will mail this anywhere the post goes.

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77 Responses

  1. Anne Lyle

    Ooh, this would make a great companion to my signed copy of “Shades of Milk and Honey” 🙂

    (…which I really must post a review of, when my schedule calms down a bit.)

  2. Eric C.

    I still regret forgetting to bring my copy of Shades of Milk and Honey to the signing at the Nebulas in DC. Now I have a second bite at the apple. Let’s see who wins in luck vs. forgetfulness.

  3. Kelly

    Oh! I loved ‘Shades of Milk and Honey’ (which I listened to, and gosh your voice is lovely). I would be most honored to enter your competition!

  4. Nathan O.

    Oh! I guess I’ll comment since having that would be awesome! 😀
    Also, considering that I haven’t had a chance to read it yet…
    😀

  5. Sally

    La! A free book?

    Considering my ebook is missing the first line, I need this for completeness, right? Since Mary can’t write it in to the e-version.

  6. Kathleen Ladislaus

    I am still kicking myself for not buying a copy at SIWC and having you write in the first sentence.

  7. Lisa Burris

    I cant wait! I really enjoyed meeting/speaking with you last year at Jordan Con. Would love to see you there again! :0)

  8. Patrick S. McGinnity

    I discovered your blog via Writing Excuses, and would really like to find out what comes after the word “The” at the bottom of pg. 9. As the episode of W.E. I listened two was on beginnings, kudos on an intriguing beginning (not to mention the idea of showing a photo of the book enticingly open to the first page–what a tease!).

  9. Karl

    Mary – loving you on Writing Excuses! Would love the opportunity to read some more of your work!! Thanks for the great contest!!

  10. Alan

    A couple of other January babies here, but I have the edge, since my birthday is Jan 8 (which I share with Terry Brooks), not only does the contest end that day, but AMOL is out. Too many coincidences for MRK to resist, I think.

  11. Kassie Jennings

    This would look so nice right next to my signed hardback of Shades of Milk and Honey, and it would give me an excuse (not that I really need one) to read it again!

  12. HollyAnn

    When my sister-in-law asked me what I wanted for Christmas, Shades of Milk and Honey was at the top of my list. It arrived on Christmas Eve and is now atop the pile of books on my nightstand, next in line to be read.

  13. Elizabeth

    Oh, fantastic! I have only just finished reading Shades of Milk and Honey! Would love to follow up.

  14. Shaun N

    I think I can squeeze this into my 2013 reading list, between Anna Karenina and Great Expectations ;D

  15. Alexandre Maki

    If I win this, I’ll have to buy a copy of “Shades of Milk and Honey” (I’ve only listened to the audiobook).

  16. Nancy K

    Yay for the trade paperback version! And I’m looking forward to meeting you at ConFusion later this month!

  17. James

    I’m posting this on behalf of my wife, who loves your novels. I like them too, but it’s rare that I can get her to read fantasy that isn’t Terry Pratchett.

  18. Tara

    Just learned about you through Writing Excuses and am very much looking forward to reading one of your works. Really enjoying the podcasts.

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