The German publisher Fischer just sent me some copies of Kalix. Fluch der Werwölfe, which is due to be published any day now. At the start of September, I think. This is their translation of Curse of the Wolf Girl.
I like the cover. It's a really nice book. It's also extremely large, a good deal larger than the English edition. Quite a hefty object in fact. You could really do some damage with this book, if you were annoyed with someone and it was the only object to hand.
I'll give two signed copies of this book away free to any German speakers. If you are German and would like one of these two free copies, then do this -
1) Write a reply here saying you want the book.
2) Write something in German that will convince us you actually are German.
3) Email me your address
And I'll send the first two people to do that a signed copy of the book.
[edit 3.40pm - I've given away the German books now, it's too late to enter. Sorry]
Also on the subject of book giveaways, my publisher Piatkus has a competition to win copies of Curse of the Wolf Girl. Go here to look at the competition. They're giving away ten copies so it is worth entering.
I notice the German edition of the book uses quite an old photograph of me. So if you're planning to visit London from Germany to stalk the handsome young Millar, prepare to be disappointed. I look a lot older now, am ageing fast, and spend most of my time just slumped on the couch watching SpongeBopb SquarePants, occasionally shaking my fist at the modern world. But even that feels like quite an effort these days.