This month, we are delighted to launch the Africa Book Club monthly competition for our registered subscribers. And to kick things off, we are giving away 50 free copies of Manu Herbstein’s latest book, “President Michelle or Ten days that Shook the World”, available as a kindle edition on Amazon.com.
Manu Herbstein needs little or no introduction to fans of African writing. Born in 1936, Herbstein worked as a civil and structural engineer in the 1960s in England, Nigeria, Ghana, India, Ghana again, Zambia and Scotland. He returned to Ghana in 1970 and has lived there since.
The writer, who holds dual South African and Ghanaian citizenship, is the author of Ama: A Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade (2001), which won the 2002 Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best First Book, the first time the award had been given to an electronic book.
How to Receive Your Copy
If you are not a registered Africa Book Club subscriber, you will need to join first. Then, simply go ahead and request your copy by posting a comment below or sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, providing your first and last name, and your email address. You will receive a link with details on how to get your free copy. There are only 50 copies available so please hurry!
- You must be a registered subscriber to be eligible for this offer. Non-members can subscribe here.
- This is a Kindle edition ebook giveaway so readers will need to either have an Amazon Kindle device, or Amazon’s Kindle Cloud Reader web app installed on their computer, smartphone or other reading device.
- This giveaway expires September 30, 2011 or as soon as all 50 copies are gone.