Last Chance to Win!

Posted: March 23, 2011 in The Daisy and the Bear

Ever found yourself peering at the screen, trying hard to focus on the words of that classic of Historical Romance, The Daisy and the Bear, and thinking “If only someone would come up with a way to make the reading experience better!

Well, wonder no longer! Someone has.

That classic of Historical Romance, The Daisy and the Bear, is well on its way to being published in book form! Yes, you heard it – in  book form! With pages that turn and everything! (Available only in manual) Not only that, but there are more words in the print version than can be found on this blog. That’s right – more words! And… it will be priced to suit any pocket!

“But I don’t have a pocket!” I hear you say.

Fret not, for there is a way that you can obtain a copy absolutely free!

Yes, that’s right – this classic of Historical Romance can be yours – absolutely free!

Is there a catch? I hear you say.

Well, a small one…

Simply share with the Feast your experience of reading this classic of Historical Romance and not only will your words be printed on the Back of the Book (in a cheap and shameless marketing gimmick) but you will also be in the running to win a copy of this classic of Historical Romance – absolutely free!

Here’s what some people are saying about The Daisy and the Bear, already a classic of Historical Romance:

“Takes historicity to a new level that puts Philippa Gregory to shame.”
Trish Bazalgette

“I like the little spaces between the words.”
Kate Fowler

“A momentous achievement, fit to stand beside William Shakespeare as a definitive retelling of the Wars of the Roses”

“I laughed, I cried, and then I turned off the television and started to read the book”
Susan Higganbotham

“More accurate than most history books. Funnier than most novels.”
Brian Wainwright

Just leave your comment in a comment to be in the running. The one I judge to be the best, funniest, most insulting or otherwise best fits the criteria I happen to have in my mind at the time of judging shall be declared the winner and a shiny new copy of this classic of &c &c will be winging its way to you in the blink of an eye!

Be the first on your block to own one!

  1. Elizabeth says:

    I’d love to be creative enough to do this, but any wit I might possess has deserted me at the moment. Maybe after a few beers I’ll be able to think of something!

  2. G Gilbert says:

    a triumph of imagination which annihilates the foundations of truth

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