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The BookTrail’s Birthday Competition

  • Submitted: 25th January 2022

TheBookTrail is 7 years old this month!

TheBookTrail is getting older! To say thank you to readers, writers and travellers alike who visit, enjoy and send lovely comments to this site, THANK YOU. Here is a competition to mark this very special occaision.

Happy Birthday BookTrail

 

There is a choice of three literary travel packages on offer:

NORTHEAST NOIR (Two packages to be won!)

Three SIGNED novels each.

One Way Street Trevor Wood

Books from authors including:

Trevor Wood

Fiona Erskine

Rob Parker

I am very proud to come from the North East and even prouder that The BookTrail was designed by a North East web team. SO this is a special prize indeed. There might be a few North East extra treats!

NORDIC NOIR

Thomas Enger Jørn Lier Horst Unhingled

Three titles from Orenda – the indie press that loves crime fiction and translated works THREE books  from their Nordic authors.  And to top it off, a tote bag!!

Thomas Enger Unhinged set in Oslo

 

BITTER LEMON NOIR

Deep as Death Katja Ivar

From the independant press Bitter Lemon Press that packs a punch with its translated fiction and books set in fantastic places around the world, two titles to savour.  There will also be some suprise lemony treats to enjoy too!

Deep as Death by Katja Ivar set in Helsinki

How to Betray your country by James Wolff set in the Middle East and Turkey

 

To be in with a chance to win (UK only sorry) Please RT the pinned tweet @thebooktrailer and comment which package you would like to win.

The competition will run until Feb 15th at 8pm UK time.

Good luck everyone and THANK YOU so so much for all you rlovely messages and comments throughout these past few years. Thank you for  visiting the site and for discovering books, reading the maps and following in the footsteps of authors and characters everywhere. The book community is the best community ever! Thank you!!!

Susan

 

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