While I’m thrilled to have been running every one of my giveaway competitions during this year’s EdBookFest, I’m especially delighted to be offering this one. Will Self is another one of my literary heroes, and so it’s an absolute pleasure to be offering his latest novel as a competition prize.
That’s right folks, if you live in the UK then you could be in with a chance of winning a copy of Will Self’s latest novel, Umbrella. The fact that this novel has been penned by the brilliant Will Self is incentive enough to want to own it, but if you saw the quality of finish on this hardback book, then you would covet it even more. Quite simply, the Umbrella hardcover edition is a thing of absolute beauty, and Bloomsbury Books have kindly given me two copies to give away to you, my lovely readers (I’m just gutted that I can’t offer this competition outside of the UK ).
To make things a little more personal to you, I’m also going to get the winner’s copies personally signed for them, following Will’s event with Nick Papadimitriou, on Sunday 26th August. To be in with a chance of winning one of these personally signed copies, all I ask is that you show your interest in the comments below, leaving a valid email address so that I can contact you should you win. That’s it. No catches, no tricks, no gimmicks. Could I really have made it any easier for you? .
I wish you all the very best of luck.
Terms and Conditions
- Closing date for entries is 11.59pm GMT on Saturday 25th August.
- The competition is open to UK readers only (sorry)
- Only one entry per person will be accepted.
- Winners will be announced on the morning of Sunday 26th August.
Will Self is appearing in two events at this year’s Edinburgh International Book Festival. On Saturday 25th August 9:30pm – 10:300pm, he will be discussing this latest novel in an event chaired by Stuart Kelly. For further details and ticket information, please visit the event page on the EdBookFest website. Will is also appearing in an event with Nick Papadimitriou, on Sunday 26th August 8:30pm – 9:30pm. For detail of this event, please also see the event page on the EdBookFest website.