It’s day five of our Geekmas giveaway and we’re adding five fierce proofs to our bundle. With 2014 quickly approaching we’ve got some incredibly exciting titles to share with you. And what better way to share them then to add them to our bundle. Over the first five months of 2014 we’ve got the gospel of the ultimate trickster, a literary dystopia of dark technology and monstrous men, a brand new hero, a war between heaven and hell and … More
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It’s day four of the twelve days of Geekmas and the bundle is already beginning the get very heavy. We’ll be adding another prize into the bundle every day over the next couple of weeks here on the blog, and today we have something pretty spectacular.
On the fourth day of Geekmas, Gollancz gave to me…
Four Signed Mistborn Epics
It’s day three of the twelve days of Geekmas and the gifts are growing ever more fruitful. We’ll be adding another prize into the bundle every day over the next couple of weeks here on the blog, but you can also win a daily prize over on Twitter by following @Gollancz and doing what Simon Spanton tells you to do. We’ve got a pretty fine addition to our bundle today, as you can see.
On the third day … More
Welcome back Gollancz Blog readers! Did you enjoy our slay-tacular first read? Today we’re adding two fiercely festive reads to our bundle. But, that’s not all! Because this is the season of giving, we’ll be giving you a chance to win copies of our books of the day on twitter as well! Visit @Gollancz for details of the daily giveaway; today on the blog we have signed copies of The Name of the Wind and The … More
Introducing The Rivers of London rap! Yep, you read that right!
What do you do when two talented friends tell you they’d love to write, compose and record a rap song based on your novels? Well you say yes of course. Especially if your novels are steeped in everything that makes London the rich multi-cultural city that it is.
If your know the books you’ll definitely recognise their world from this song. And as a sharp and amusing … More