Book Giveaway

Anyone who likes this post and follows my blog this December, will be automatically entered into the hat to  win a signed First Edition copy of my debut novel ‘Whispers of a Storm.’ There is one copy up for grabs and the winner will be drawn at random on New Years Eve. If you are already following my blog, thanks for dropping in again and by liking this post, you will also be in with a chance to win 🙂

‘Whispers of a Storm’ is a fast-paced medieval-styled action adventure set in the land known as The Four Vales. As the first part of the Storm Trilogy, the book should appeal to anyone who enjoys a good story, depsite what genres you may normally read and will hopefully make you, the reader want to find out what happens next. I am currently in the process of getting the book ready for a second edition release and I am also working my way through the sequel, ‘Shadows of a Storm.’

Good luck all, and thanks for taking interest in my work.

Anthony

Responses

  1. Lets see if I can win a copy!

    • Thanks for entering. Good luck!

  2. Come on let me win one!!!

    • Best of luck. Thanks for entering 🙂

  3. […] Well, December is here and good friend of mine, Anthony Lavisher has set up a competition.  Some lucky reader will win a copy of Whispers Of A Storm, the first Book of the Storm trilogy in paperback.  Find all the details here:  https://alavisher.wordpress.com/book-giveaway/ […]

  4. Well, I have shared it on Facebook (with a recommendation) and signed up for your blog. Hope that’s enough!

    • Thanks for that Emma. Very kind of you. Good luck!


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