Win a free copy of Hysteria 6 by guessing the cover winner

Win a free copy of Hysteria 6 this year’s cover competition. I’m really pleased to unveil this year’s anthology cover. Every year the cover has been inspired by one of our three overall category winners. They still don’t know who they are, but perhaps one of them might recognise their entry through the picture.

And to celebrate, we’re giving away a free copy to the first person to leave a comment below which guesses the correct entry – the winner of this competition will be revealed when we announce the overall winners at the end of this month.

You’re also able to pre-order paperback copies from our online store now ready for shipping in early December. So why not get at least a few Christmas presents put away early.

Order your copy of Hysteria 6 today

And just as a reminder, our winning entries are:

  • Kay Rae Chomic with Train ride
  • Frances Gapper with Survival tactics
  • Rachel Hughes with 4lbs 11oz
  • Stephanie Hutton with You don’t have to talk about your daddy in counselling if you don’t want to
  • Gaynor Jones with The truth behind the labels
  • Fiona J Mackintosh with A still, small point of reference
  • Louise Mangos with Matchmaker
  • Jayne Martin with 4Ever
  • Sal Page with Heads off
  • Amanda Speed with The beach
  • Susmita Bhattacharya with The right thing to do
  • Lindsay Bamfield with Still life
  • Lucy Corkhill with Predator
  • Maggie Davies with Twenty six little bones
  • Jenny Gaitskell with X on a corner square
  • Mandy Huggins with The Rychenkov ruby
  • Sherry Morris with Perfectly prime
  • Helen de Burca with Silken threads
  • Olivia Tuck with He gave me the milky way (deep fried)
  • Marcia Woolf with The jar of ideas
  • Nadia Arbach with My Mother’s spoon
  • Zara Bosman with The two Frida’s
  • Marie Chambers with True story
  • Robyn Curtis with A Woman of the road
  • Moira Garland with Son
  • Victoria Richards with Caught
  • Christine Griffin with Tape measure
  • Laura Potts with Jane Doe #503
  • Gwen Sayers with Fruit salad
  • Marie Dolores with While I sleep

Linda Parkinson-Hardman

Transformational counsellor, coach and women's health advocate. Professionally I'm an information scientist who specialises in change management, culture change and adoption of digital technologies in large enterprises and organisations. I am a writer and author of nine books to date, and I've edited a further seven; phew what a lot for a Thursday afternoon :-)

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22 Responses

  1. Uma Ganesan says:

    I believe the winning entry has to be of Olivia Tuck with He gave me the milky way (deep fried).

  2. Christine Griffin says:

    Could it be ‘Still Life’ by Lindsay Bamfield…

  3. Hmm, tricky! I will go for: A still, small point of reference by Fiona J Mackintosh

  4. Lindsay Bamfield says:

    Tricky! I think it could be Fiona J Mackintosh with A still, small point of reference

  5. Jayne Martin says:

    I’m going with “While I Sleep” by Marie Delores

  6. My guess is Survival Tactics.

  7. Linda Mallinson says:

    My guess is Victoria Richards with Caught

  8. Tracy Davidson says:

    Fiona J Mackintosh with A still, small point of reference

  9. Anita McQuade says:

    My entry for guessing the cover entry is Marie Delores with ‘While I sleep’
    Looking forward to seeing the winners.

  10. Sheila Scott says:

    I’m going with: Fiona J Mackintosh’s ‘A still, small point of reference’

  11. Sarah Mackey says:

    I’m guessing ‘Twenty six little bones’ by Maggie Davies

  12. Sheena says:

    I’m guessing Olivia Tuck with He gave me the milky way (deep fried).

  13. Lesley Hayter says:

    My guess for the winning entry is Fiona J Mackintosh with A still, small point of reference.

  14. Susmita says:

    My guess is:
    Fiona J Mackintosh with A still, small point of reference

  15. My guess:

    Olivia Tuck with “He gave me the milky way (deep fried)“

  16. Sarah Manfield says:

    My guess for the cover winner is:
    Olivia Tuck. He gave me the milky way

  17. Jenny Gaitskell says:

    Congratulations on your GIANT cover! Could the inspiration be Olivia Tuck’s story?

  18. My entry for guessing the cover entry for Hysteria #6 is:
    Stephanie Hutton with You don’t have to talk about your daddy in counselling if you don’t want to

  19. Rachel says:

    I think the winner is Olivia Tuck with He gave me the milky way (deep fried)

  20. Julia Anderson says:

    Is it Marie Delores with While I sleep?

  21. Frances says:

    Lovely cover! My guess is Fiona J Mackintosh with A still, small point of reference.

  22. I believe this entry had been the inspiration for the book’s cover.

    Olivia Tuck with He gave me the milky way (deep fried)

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