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In support of the August 4th, 2009 release of Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson´s latest installment in the adventures of Frank Herbert´s most famous creation and one of the all-time best science fiction universes, The Winds of Dune, Tor Books is offering readers books and special slingsacks. All contestants have to do is have a picture of themselves dressed as characters of Dune novels, taken preferably in a desert-like environment.
All photo entries must be submitted to email@example.com. You may submit a MAXIMUM of TWO PHOTOS per entry, but please, only ONE ENTRY per household. In the body of the e-mail please include your NAME and MAILING ADDRESS. Once the contest is concluded, all of the submissions will be judged by Tor staff, and a total of SEVEN WINNERS will be selected for the following Prizes:
TWO GRAND PRIZES — SIGNED COPIES of The Winds of Dune by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson!!
FIVE RUNNER-UPS —Special The Winds of Dune slingsacks (string backpacks).
Official contest rules are included below. Giveaway ends Tuesday, August 18, 2009 – 11:59AM EST. Thank you for entering and Good Luck!
1) Open To Anyone
2) Only One Entry Per Household (Multiple Entries Will Be Disqualified) and a Maximum of TWO PHOTOS Per Entry
3) Must Provide Valid Mailing Address + Name
4) Giveaway Will End Tuesday, August 18, 2009 – 11:59AM EST
5) Winners Will Be Judged and Chosen by Tor Books Staff. Winners will be Notified By Email
6) Personal Information Will Only Be Used In Mailing Out the Prizes To the Winners
UPDATE: Justin Golenbock, publicist of Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, has just disclosed their signing tour schedule, which end just in the 18th (isn´t that a nice occasion to pay them your compliments in complete Dune attire?). Click here for more information.