We can’t believe that’s it’s exactly one week until the publication of Dead Ever After! If you’ve been following our videos then you know we can’t wait to share the final adventure with you. But, until then . . . we’ve got the trailer for Dead Ever After, narrated by Charlaine Harris herself.
One week! Are you ready?
Want to win a copy of Dead Ever After and a t-shirt? To enter to win watch the trailer and leave us a comment on our blog by 11.59pm on the 6th May. We will randomly select five people to win a copy of the book and a T-shirt!
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Every so often, when I know I’ve got a bit of time to kill and don’t want to do any ‘work’ reading, I grab an SF Masterwork off the shelf in the office and give it a go. (A shelf full of SF Masterworks is one of the best things about working at Gollancz). Normally I pick something almost at random, but I do try and make sure it’s something I haven’t read before. This week, though, I was … More
We are so excited for the publication of Dead Ever After, the final Sookie Stackhouse novel. But before we get to the finale we’re looking back at the entire series. Last summer we sat down with Charlaine Harris and filmed a series of interviews discussing the Sookie Stackhouse novels. We asked Charlaine to share a special memory with all her fans to help us say Farewell to Sookie.
So, without any further ado, let’s continue our countdown with a look back at Dead and Gone the book that contains Eric’s origin story!
Missed our other interviews? You can watch them all here.
Dead Ever After will be available where all good books are sold on the 7th May.
So I watched DREDD again last night, having seen it in the cinema originally (in 3D). I’m probably biased, as I read loads of 2000AD in my youth (and am enjoying picking up the graphic novels now, although I haven’t read the weekly comic in years and years), but I really enjoyed it. It’s impossible to catch the ethos of Dredd in one film, as there are too many possible tones to cover – biting satire, gritty violence, political spoofery, … More