We have a new competition for you all - and this time, there are two prizes! All you have to do is post a review on iTunes...
Rob, long time friend and generous donator to the History of England, has put up another coin for someone to win - an Edward VII silver threepence.
It’s the story of a young Cornishman Hedyn, son of an archer and serf, thrilled to be chosen to join King Henry's army as it advances on Normandy, and towards Agincourt.
You can find out more about the book on Mark's website
Mark is offering 5 free softcover copies of his book to responders to this competition
What you have to do
So, how does it work? Well, the competition is open to anyone who adds a comment and rating to iTunes over the next 6 weeks. Clearly, I have to be fair about this, so it’s open to anyone, whether the comment is glowing, bored or critical, though I am going to draw the line at unconstructive criticism or ranting. Also I have a problem – so many of you have already been kind enough to take the trouble to add a comment, and I have read and valued every single one. So the competition is open also to those of you who have already commented.
What you need to do is to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me:
- the country site on which you have added the comment
- the user name you have used
- which competition you wish to be entered for – coin, or book or both.
You’ll then be entered into a prize draw to be made at the end of September. Clearly it’s going to be difficult to police and to know you are who you say you are, but hey, I think you are a trustworthy, honourable lot.