Book Plates & Signed Things

So, you’ve got a copy of my book, enjoyed it and now you’d love my signature in it (and who wouldn’t) just let me know and I’ll post you a bookplate.

Joe was confused, how was he going to eat his beans off of this plate?

 

You stick it in your book. There’s a long tradition of them don’t you know.

I’ve Death Works specific plates (see above) and am happy to draw you something too – see below. No, it won’t be THAT amazing, but I like drawing, and I like crafting things so you’ll be making me happy.

Just email me your postal address to teacupthrenody at hotmail dot com, and I’ll pop something in the post – maybe you’d like a signed drawing of Pieo*.

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single pie in possession of a good filling…

 

*maybe not.

 

11 Responses to Book Plates & Signed Things

  1. Keith West says:

    Hi, Trent.

    I just finished Roil and thoroughly enjoyed it. I’ve posted a review at my science fiction blog

    http://futurespastandpresent.blogspot.com/2011/09/roiling-adventure.html

    and a link to the review on my fantasy blog

    http://adventuresfantastic.blogspot.com/2011/09/new-review-posted-at-futures-past-and.html

    I’m looking forward to Night’s Engines.

    Best,

    Keith

  2. Trent Jamieson says:

    Hi Keith,

    Thank you! So glad you enjoyed it.

  3. Cheryl says:

    Thank you for writing the Business of Death series! I loved tromping through Brissie with Death. Just starting Roil now – don’t read this email – keep on writing!

  4. Trent Jamieson says:

    Thanks, Cheryl.

    I hope you enjoy Roil, it’s a darker book (though I think there’s a lot more light in the sequel).

  5. Jason says:

    I have to give it to you, ROIL is an exceptional book, one that is both refreshing in it’s detail and heart-rending in it’s impending demise. You have created a rich and powerful cast of characters that I connected with and placed them on a collision course with madness and destruction, it was a truly enjoyable read. Waiting for Night’s Engines will be a test of will as I think of the chilling greeting of Theodore and his “gift” to the family he struggled to return to.

  6. Trent Jamieson says:

    Thank you, Jason. I hope you like the next book.

  7. Roni says:

    Just finished reading the Death Works Trilogy,best book ever the ending was so sad I nearly cried,whenever I read another book now they seem boring compared to yours!!!

  8. Trent Jamieson says:

    Thanks Roni.

    Sorry I’ve taken so long to respond, I’ve been very sick with the flu! So glad you liked it.

  9. Candice says:

    Hi
    I started reading Death Most Definite after a friend recommended it and wanted to say well done on a great book..I must admit I scoffed a little when my friend first recommended it, but found myself with a lazy Sunday so I laid back and started to read and was pleasantly surprised. Will most definitely be reading the rest of the trilogy and searching out more of your books..thanks again from a now avid fan xx

  10. Trent says:

    Thanks Candice, I hope you enjoy the others. I’m just finishing up a draft of the next one, it’s such a fun series to write!

  11. Candice says:

    That’s the important thing I found, I mean, I write but I don’t really let anyone read them….fear of rejection lol…but I really have fun writing them, sort of takes you to another world. I don’t know about you, but I can write for hours just caught up in the fantasy of it all. The sci-fi thing has never really been my scene, I have read a few though and you seem to have a bit of a different take on it, you have a knack of even making someone like me (a “non sci-fi” person) keen to keep reading..I am very impressed!!

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