Five Days of Quirkmas: Win a Quirk Fiction Pack

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Contest Closed! Thank you!

Well, this is the last holiday giveaway. Today we're giving you a chance to win all our fiction titles, including our mashups and Taft 2012, which isn't due out until January. I'm also tossing in some posters with a couple of the books... which includes a special, limited edition signed Miss Peregrine poster.

Now, you might notice us go quiet over the next week or so here on the website, Twitter, Facebook... but we'll be back! We're all taking a nice holiday break and returning January 2nd.

See you next year, book lovers!

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs: The New York Times bestselling YA smash. I'll include a signed poster with this!

Pride & Prejudice & Zombies by Seth Graham Smith: The original mashup that helped usher in a new literary genre.

Bedbugs by Ben Winters: A young couple's dream home is crawling with bedbugs... or is it? Rosemary's Baby meets the Amityville Horror in Ben Winters' horror story of supernatural bedbugs.

Taft 2012 by Jason Heller: A Rip Van Winkle-esque tale of William Howard Taft. Reawakening in our time and thrust into the primaries, Taft adjusts to our world with hilarious and often times heartwarming results.

Pride & Prejudice & Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls by Steven Hockensmith: The New York Times bestselling prequel to Pride & Prejudice & Zombies. How did the Bennett sisters become such fierce warriors? Hockensmith tells their story.

Pride & Prejudice & Zombies: Dreadfully Ever After by Steve Hockensmith: When Mr. Darcy is bitten by a dreadful, Lizzy goes on an epic quest to find a cure for her beloved.

Sense & Sensibility & Sea Monsters by Ben Winters: What happens when the Dashwood sisters run into giant lobsters, rampaging octopi, and two-headed sea serpents? Ben Winters' New York Times bestselling Sense & Sensibility & Sea Monsters does.

Android Karenina by Ben Winters: An enhanced edition of the literary classic... with robots, cyborgs, and interstellar space travel.

The Meowmorphosis by Coleridge Cook: "One morning, as Gregor Samsa was waking up from anxious dreams, he discovered that he had been changed into an adorable kitten." That's all you need to know.

Night of the Living Trekkies by Kevin David Anderson & Sam Stall: A rag-tag team of Star Trek fans get caught up in a zombie attack at a Trekkie convention.

How can you win? Leave a comment that either 1.) Details how you would survive in a zombie uprising or 2.) What your 'peculiar' superpower would be. You can also simply retweet this post while mentioning @quirkbooks. I'll select one of you at random for a bag full of Quirk fiction goodness.

Note: Make sure you leave your email so I can contact you!

Good luck, and happy holidays everyone!

Comments

Ability to turn into wind.

Concealed with some face paint and donned in a zombie costume. Maybe even put on my zombie voice. I would be safe since they would think I'm part of the mob, of course. ioa.elizabeth@gmail.com

I would migrate to Utah, and in the process enlist team with unique talents including a marksman, a builder, a botanist, nurse, 2 really cool teenagers, and a native american storyteller, & i'd provide the comic relief. We'd hike to a very opportune cave that gets a maximum amount of sunlight, while being moderately difficult to invade. Scratch that. We'd head for a heavily fortifiable old native american cliff dwelling with ready access to clean fresh mountain spring water. The surrounding area would be forest with med to large game, the climate would allow us to grow food, while the cave would have a storage room to stock the food over the winter. During which i would go into deep meditation and learn to speak with bears, whom we would form a symbiotic relationship with by providing them with seasoned cooked meat w/veggies as well as tummy rubs (Bears value tummy rubs as among the highest forms of respect one creature can give another, because tummy rubs expose bears to vulnerability to which, it takes much trust to rub a grizzly bear tummy). The chief, Shasta, and I would share much over discussions about culture, philosophy, and the nature of the universe. The bears would provide protection for us when we needed and they would patrol our distant borders immune to the virus that cause the zombie apocalypse (origination of the virus linked to Red Bull #22). We would live long fruitful lives in harmony with nature, and with the help of a local library have all the means to explore literary works and other forms of human expression that we pushed aside during the technological age, thus getting back to the basics of art, literature, science, math, philosophy, and tummy rubs.

I hope you might send these books to New Zealand!! My powers would have to do with food! I could turn an old sausage into a magnificent feast for six, or the last 3 slices of bread into a 3 course meal, all with no dirty dishes to wash!!

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