1. Win Signed Copies Of John Griswold's 'Ian Fleming's James Bond'

    By Devin Zydel on 2006-09-23

    UPDATE: Due to expressed interest from CBn members throughout the world, this competition is now open to international members of the site as well. The end date of the competiton–5 October 2006–remains the same.

    Lucky CBn members now have a chance to win one of five signed copies John Griswold’s Ian Fleming’s James Bond: Annotations and Chronologies. All copies are signed by the author.

    The book, which has been in the making for over 20 years met with considerable praise among Bond fans and Fleming scholars. Click here to read the John Griswold CBn Interview.

    Ian Fleming’s James Bond: Annotations and Chronologies: Updated and expanded including many illustrations by George Almond. Plus clearer translations of foreign terms and addition items of interest such as the definitive detailed origin of Scaramanga’s name.

    You must be a registered member of the CBn Forums and answer the following question correctly to be eligible to win. Not yet a member of CBn? Register here now – it is free and only takes a minute!

    To enter, fill out the following questionnaire and send a Private/Personal Message (PM) on the CBn Forums to Qwerty. (Subject: CBn Griswold) by Midnight EST on 5 October 2006.

    Remember, CBn has not one, but five signed copies to give away.

    1.Name one of John Griswold’s favourite novels by Ian Fleming. There are three possible answers. (Hint: Read the John Griswold CBn Interview)
    2.What is your CBn Forum Screen Name?

    All those who answer correctly will be put into a drawing and the winner will be sent a Private/Personal Message (PM) via the CBn Forums to the Screen Name they provided to inform them of their winning. The winner must respond to this PM within 3 days with the requested information (name, mailing address, etc) or another drawing will be held. The winner will be announced once shipping information has been received. The item will be shipped from the USA. In the event that a prize has been stolen or mishandled during shipment, CBn will not be able to replace the specific item — this has yet to be a problem.