Due to a mild disagreement between myself and my computer, the splendidly celebratory blog announcing that Song of the Ice Lord had now gone live…well, it remained in my computer. Unhelpful. I will be giving it a stern speaking to later. But Song is now indeed live, and at the introductory low price of $0.99 / £0.77 until Monday 14th July only.
to celebrate (in retrospect) the release of Song of the Ice Lord, I am going to give away;
One signed paperback
One bracelet, handmade by a local glass artist
And one solar-powered hummingbird, would you believe?!
And (subject to availability) the pendant of the house of your choice from Game of Thrones).
So – how do you win all this booty??
To enter, all you have to do is come up with songs for (dah dah dah…..)
“Game of Thrones – The Musical”.
I want to know what the song is, who the artist is, and what character should sing it.
As an example, if this was Lord if the Rings you might enter
“Ring of fire” by Johnny Cash (as sung by Sauron)
or envisage a scene between Frodo and Sauron to the melodic strains of “Can’t Get you Out of my Head” by Kylie
“You ain’t nothin’ but a Balrog” by Elvis, as covered by Gandalf.(Yeah, it’s cheating but it made me laugh)
Same idea, but Game of Thrones-related please! The prizes will be shared amongst the ones that make me laugh the most (there may be ebooks or bookmarks for ones deserving of special mentions).
So that’s how to enter. And if you absolutely can’t wait till 13th July when I decide on the winner, Song of the Ice Lord is now available for your viewing pleasure (rah!) at the following purveyors at the knockdown price of $0.99 / £0.77 until Monday 14th July at which point it will go up to $2.99: you have been warned.
It’s also in all the other stores Smashwords export to, so if not listed here, Google should find it.
but back to the giveaway! Game of Thrones – the musical, remember?.
Comment away peeps! there are prizes to be won, and if the entries are good enough, I might add more swag to the bag, esp if you send other entries my way.
I’ll start you off, shall I?
with an intro to the musical by the author himself.
George RR Martin, it’s time for your solo number! Roll the intro to: Queen’s “Another One Bites The Dust”….
after which the curtains lift on… what? Your turn – comment away, peeps!