Friday, 7 February 2014

Giving the Game Away | The Gospel of Loki Blog Tour

Today on The Speculative Scotsman, in celebration of the imminent publication of Joanne M. Harris’s first epic adult fantasy novel, The Gospel of Loki—a fantastic first-person narrative of the rise and fall of the Norse gods retold from the inimitable perspective of the world's most terrific trickster—it's my pleasure to play host to the #AskLoki Blog Tour, in which Gollancz and a collection of Britain's best and brightest book bloggers have teamed up to give you a glimpse into the life of Loki... specifically his opinions of the other inhabitants of Aesgard.

If this knowledge isn't enough, rest assured that there are goodies too: we’ll also be sharing ten—count 'em, ten—Gospel of Loki gift bags complete with signed books, tote bags, bookmarks and posters, of course, of that gorgeous cover art.

To stand a chance of winning one of the goodie bags, just tweet the correct answer to the question below to @Joanne_chocolat @gollancz and @niallalot, being sure to include the hashtag #AskLoki.

To today's question then...

Loki describes this goddess as “possibly
the most annoying woman in the
whole of the Nine Worlds.”

Is he talking about:
1) Sigyn 2) Freya 3) Frigg

If you need a refresher on the trickster god’s opinion of the characters that you’ll meet in The Gospel of Loki when it's released on February 13th, visit

One lucky tweeter will be picked at random each day from the 3rd to the 14th of February, giving you ten opportunities to score in total—so if today isn't your lucky day, follow along with the #AskLoki Blog Tour at the blogs on the above banner for five more chances to win a gift bag.

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