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2-day giveaway contest: Win Legends of the Realm fantasy series!

During December, I’m going to be giving away LOTS of books! This week, I’m giving away three 2-packs of the Legends of the Realm fantasy series:

  • Emissary (book 1)
  • Merchant of Alyss (book 2, releases January 5, 2016)

Enter for a chance to win Emissary and Merchant of Alyss by Thomas LockeContest Rules

  1. Click the link below to enter (follow the prompt and leave a comment on this post).
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  3. Contest opens Monday, November 30, 2015 at midnight PST and closes Tuesday, December 1, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. PST.
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52 Responses to “2-day giveaway contest: Win Legends of the Realm fantasy series!”

  1. Reply Josh Hardt

    If we’re talking secular fiction, I’ll have to go with Elminster Amur. Else, the answer must be Gandalf.

  2. Reply Sharon Haas

    Howell Jenkins in Dian Wynne Jones book Howl’s Moving Castle

  3. Reply Connie Brown

    I guess I will have to go with Merlin. I also like Gandalf and of course I like the Harry Potter wizards. I have read so many books that I can’t remember all the different ones. Those are the most popular.

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  5. Reply Betty

    The first one that comes to mind is Oz, but that is probably because I am reading The Wonderful Wizard of Oz to my class.

  6. Reply David Wiley

    My favorite wizard would have to be either Gandalf or Merlin. It depends, of course, on which telling of Arthur you have as to whether Merlin is higher or lower then Gandalf since not all Merlins are created equal.

  7. Reply Laura schag

    So many people say merlin, and I hate to follow crowd. But have to say merlin.

  8. Reply Christine O’CONNOR

    Read the first and eagerly awaiting the second. Destined to be a classic.

  9. Reply Julie Smith

    I could go for a new fantasy series, but I won’t start it until after Christmas. It’s too weird to read my Christmas materials after the season. 🙂

  10. Reply mike winskie

    By far, it would have to be Gandalf. However, Thomas Covenant, though not a true mage by definition, was a very good magical (and disturbed) character.

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