Calling all NaNoWriMo participants! We are very happy to bring you a special guest post from Edward Cox. Nominated for the British Fantasy Society Award for best fantasy and best newcomer, Edward Cox is the author of The Relic Guild trilogy. Today, he returns to the blog for some very important NaNoWriMo writing tips.
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As part of our Join the Relic Guild week we are delighted to welcome Edward Cox back to the Gollancz Blog for a guest post on the music behind The Relic Guild. Nominated for the British Fantasy Society Award for best fantasy and best newcomer this is one series you don’t want to miss!
Music has always been an important part of my life. I used to make my own – probably not very well, but … More
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The other night, I watched Lucy, the 2014 film written and directed by Luc Besson. It starred Scarlett Johansson as the titular character: an American student coerced into becoming a drug mule, only to become something much stranger when her body starts absorbing the experimental substance carried in her stomach. In this way, the film bears a superficial similarity to the 2011 movie, Limitless, starring Bradley Cooper as a deadbeat writer whose life gets turned around … More
Of Books, and Earth, and Courtship is a prequel story set before the beginning of The House of Shattered Wings: actually, it’s set before the beginning of the war between magical factions that devastated the city and led to the ruined and wrecked streets you can see in the novel.
I wasn’t planning … More
Just in time for the Great British Bake Off, we are delighted to welcome Aliette de Bodard back to the Gollancz Blog for a brilliant bog post on baking and writing. Ever wonder what baking bread has to do with writing? Find out below.
If you follow me at all on twitter or on social media, it will probably take you all of two minutes to realise I’m obsessed with cooking. It’s the rather important hobby I am, and I’ll … More