Giveaway week – A Patient Fury Day #1

It’s publication week for my new crime novel, A Patient Fury. It comes out in e-book tomorrow and hardback on Thursday. To celebrate, I’m doing a giveaway each day until Friday of various books connected to my reviews and writing including, of course, my own novels. I’ll still be posting my reviews – I have one coming tomorrow but I though it’d be nice to celebrate too.

Today, as promised, I’m giving away a bundle of four proofs that I reviewed last week.The books are published in 2018 so the lucky winner will get early sight of these excellent crime novels by Eva Dolan, Cara Hunter, Roz Watkins and Karen Ellis. Today’s giveaway is to celebrate book reviewers who do a sterling job to promote authors and reading in general. It’s the start of the blog tour for A Patient Fury today and I’m very grateful for the support of the bloggers involved. I’ll be posting the reviews on my Facebook page.

To enter the giveaway, all you need to do is ‘like’ my Facebook page

 

 

and sign-up to my newsletter below.

 

 

That’s it! If you already receive my newsletter, then simply leave a comment below telling me what your favourite read of 2017 is so far.

The competition will be open until Friday evening (the 8th) at 6pm BST when I’ll be drawing ALL the winners for the week and I’ll announce them here. The competition is open to entries worldwide.  Good luck and here’s a glimpse of what’s on offer for the rest of the week:

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**** The competition is now closed. Congratulations to winner Sue Leavey. Thanks to all who took part. I loved reading about your favourite book this year.*****

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45 thoughts on “Giveaway week – A Patient Fury Day #1

  1. Hi, thanks for the chance to win these 2018 releases. Good luck with your new book. I have two favourites but I have went for , Georgia Capron – Just the two of us

  2. Wishing you all the best on publication day Sarah. Its impossible to name just one favourite but I would have to include Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman.

  3. So hard to name just one but I’ll go with one of my all-time favourite authors and say Karin Slaughter’s The Good Daughter.

    Wishing you a wonderful publication day! And thank you for a great giveaway!

  4. Already subscribed! My favorite book so far this year is The Address by Fiona Davis with a close runner up, The Butterfly Cabinet by Bernie McGill. Thanks for the giveaway and enjoy your publication week!

  5. That’s a tough one, I’ve read some great books this year. If I had to pick one then it would be ‘Death Stalks Kettle Street’ by John Bowen. I still think about the two main characters sometimes.

  6. My favourite read is Clare Macintosh. Her first novel I Let you Go was one which was difficult to put down and her second book, I See You, certainly didn’t disappoint. Eagerly awaiting her next book.

  7. My favorite read so far this year is Harry Bingham’s The Strange Death of Fiona Griffiths, the third book in this series. Fiona is a very strong character and Harry writes a nice tight story.

  8. Good luck Sarah! Already subscribed. My favourite read of 2017 is – Kind of Cruel by Sophie Hannah. Why? Because it started off great and then it got annoying (getting too complex for my liking) and then when it all came together -gratifying. Throughout the rollercoaster reading experience, one thing did not change – it was compelling. It is not an easy read but I couldn’t help admire and then enjoy Hannah’s writing. The story remained in my head until much later – hallmark of a great story.

  9. My favorite books so far this year: Hard to pick, but several: Persons Unknown by Susie Steiner, Watch Her Disappear by Eva Dolan, The Dry by Jane Harper, Earthly Remains by Donna Leon. And one by a male writer is The Late Show, Michael Connelly’s newest book with a woman investigator starring.

    Can’t wait for A Patient Fury.

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