I’m very pleased to announce that the winners in the giveaways at last weekend’s Right Trusty and Well Beloved… launch event are as follows:
Wendy Johnson’s signed copy of ‘Finding Richard III: The Official Story’ goes to Kathy Hills (who seems to have had to put up with quite a lot from her family and friends for her commitment to Richard!)
Wendy’s second copy goes to Sue Barnard (the answer was George Duke of Clarence, also born in October – the 21st in 1449)
Philippa Langley’s children’s book about Knights and Castles goes to Kade and Aidan, nominated by proud (and knowledgeable) Ricardian grandma Kris Palmer (the answers were 1. Fotheringhay 2.Tewkesbury 3. Cecily Neville and Richard Duke of York)
Nicola Slade’s The Convalescent Corpse will be on its way to Janet Reedman
Joanne Larner’s handpainted stone goes to Sue Barnard
And the Middleham bookmark will be winging its way to Vanessa Crouchman
Jen Wilson will be in touch direct with the winner of The Last Plantagenet?
Congratulations to everyone who won, and commiserations to those who entered but were not so lucky
Don’t forget ebooks and paperback of ‘Right Trusty…‘ can be bought from Amazon mybook.to/RightTrusty (where it can also be read for free on Kindle Unlimited) or direct from me – and if you’ve already enjoyed reading it, please do consider posting a review at Amazon and/or GoodReads. Every review helps the book to get noticed, and therefore adds to the funds raised for SAUK – and awareness of good King Richard himself!
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Alex Marchant is author of two books telling the story of the real King Richard III for children aged 10+, The Order of the White Boar and The King’s Man, and editor of Grant Me the Carving of My Name and Right Trusty and Well Beloved…, two anthologies of short fiction inspired by the king, sold in support of Scoliosis Association UK (SAUK).
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