Free Whispering Gallery offer!

To celebrate the republication of The Lymond Chronicles, and the 56th anniversary of its original publication, the Dorothy Dunnett Society will send a free copy of Whispering Gallery Issue 136 to the first 56 applicants.

Whispering Gallery 136 will be printed and distributed in September 2017.

How to Apply

To receive your free copy of Whispering Gallery, please email your name and full postal address to Simon Hedges at [email protected]. Ensure that the subject line of the email is DDSFreeWG.

If you are one of the lucky 56 you will be notified by email within a month.

FAQs

I’m sending you my address details. What will you do with them?

We will use your email address to correspond with you about this offer, and will use your postal address to send you your copy of Whispering Gallery. After the free issues have been sent out, we will email you again, inviting you to join the Dorothy Dunnett Society. We will use your address details for no other purpose.

Do I have to do anything else?

No, though we’d really appreciate if you’d send in a photo of yourself with your free copy of Whispering Gallery to [email protected] when you receive it, for us to publish it in Whispering Gallery. Or else just post the photo on Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #DDSFreeWG.

Does this make me a member of the Dorothy Dunnett Society?

No. Though of course, we’d love you to join, by going here: Join the Dorothy Dunnett Society.

Can I apply in writing? Or via Facebook? Or Twitter? Or any other means than by email?

No. You must apply by email.

I’ve only just joined! I wish I’d waited an issue!

If you buy (or have already bought) a new membership of the Society since 17th June 2017 and before this offer expires, your membership will be extended by 1 free issue, so you do not lose out.

Is there any other small print?

Yes. If you were previously a member of the Society, and your membership expired after Whispering Gallery 131 (June 2016), you are not eligible for this offer.

This offer will expire once all 56 issues are allocated, or at the end of August 2017, whichever is earlier.

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