More Entires

Entries in the Desert Spear ARC Contest are starting to pick up speed. Here’s what came in yesterday:

Shhh! Aussie Brian doesn’t want anyone to know he reads at work:


German Iris is well protected as she reads. I love her room. The neat orderly bookshelves of her comics and fantasy novels remind me of my own collections.


French Jess got so scared of the demons she warded her closet and started reading in there:


Aussie Emily took The Painted Man to the desert to set the scene for the new book:


Texan Mihir cropped himself out of this photo, but I love it anyway. It really looks like the Painted Man is just strolling down this dark road at dusk:


Remember, the contest will go on for some time, but the best entry to come in by this Friday, Dec. 18, 2009, gets a copy for Christmas!

Posted on December 14, 2009 at 12:52 pm by PeatB
Filed under Australia, Contests, Desert Spear, Fan Art, Fans, France, Germany

4 responses to “More Entires”

  1. Brian your picture is so funny! I must admit that it’s so boring at work these days that I do it myself everyday!
    Iris I love your picture! Great idea! And I agree with Peat, your room is beautiful!

    Posted by Jess, on December 14th, 2009 at 3:22 pm
  2. Ha! Brian is awesome.

    Posted by Myke, on December 14th, 2009 at 5:43 pm
  3. Thanks Jess!
    But you’re lucky that you didn’t see the rest of my room, because it’s terribly messy 😉

    Posted by Iris, on December 15th, 2009 at 11:49 am
  4. Hi Peter, I hardly considered myself a fantasy book lover but discovered your book: The warded man by chance at Borders and read it while sipping my Cocoloco last year. I had to admit that this was the only fantasy book i finished reading in 1&1/2 day and been telling myself that surely there will be a second book for this. And since then, I had been cranking my neck for you to publish the sequel and voila, found it and finished reading it within a day without having a decent meal except my beloved jasmine green tea. The things I loved about your books were unlike some fantasy books, you put more practicality and logical sense into each character which gave more “life” to the story. And now I am gently cursing that I have to wait till 2012 for the third book…Cheers from Australia

    Posted by sophia, on June 7th, 2010 at 10:41 am