The winner of Heat 2 of my International Book Cover War is Darren Shan’s Zom-B with 31 votes. Michael Grant and Katherine Applegate’s Eve and Adam was 2nd with 18 votes, and Richard Newsome’s The Crystal Code and Vikki Wakefield’s Friday Brown were 3rd equal with 5 votes each. My NZ Book Cover War is now on so vote for your favourite now.
Thanks to everyone who voted for their favourite. The winner of the signed copy of Cornelia Funke’s Ghost Knight is Ruth.
Thanks to everyone who voted in my first NZ Book Cover War. The winner, with 50% of the votes, was Ransomwood by Sherryl Jordan. Scholastic NZ deserve a huge congratulations for choosing such an appealing cover. 2nd was Red Rocks, 3rd was Steel Pelicans, and 4th was Drover’s Quest.
That’s all for Heat 1 of my Book Cover Wars. Heat 2 and the Finals will be held in November, to choose the top International and NZ book cover of 2012.
The winner of the signed copy of The Serpent’s Shadow is Jason.
The winner of my first International Book Cover War is Cat Patrick’s Revived with 26 votes. Michelle Harrison’s Unrest and Will Hill’s Department 19: The Rising were 2nd equal with 17 votes, and Barry Hutchison’s The 13th Horseman was 3rd with 15 votes. My NZ Book Cover War is now on so vote for your favourite now.
Thanks to everyone who voted for their favourite. The winner of the signed copy of Artemis Fowl: The Last Guardian is Trish.
Starting next week you’ll have the chance to vote for your favourite book cover from the last 6 months in the inaugural MBFAB International Book Cover War. Next week you can vote for your favourite Internnational book cover and the following week, you can vote for your favourite New Zealand book cover.
I’ve chosen what I think are the 4 best book covers in each category so all you need to do is pick your favourite, vote, and fill in your details. Everyone who enters will go in the draw to win a signed hardback copy of either Artemis Fowl and the Last Guardian by Eoin Colfer or The Serpent’s Shadow by Rick Riordan.