Gollancz, the SF and fantasy imprint of the Orion Publishing Group, has secured world rights, including audio and translation, for The Gospel of Loki in a substantial six-figure two book deal struck by Gollancz Deputy Publishing Director Jon Wood and agent Peter Robinson of Rogers, Coleridge & White.
The novel is a brilliant first person narrative of the rise … More
Happy Friday! Did you guess our book on Tuesday? If not we’re back with another competition and another chance to win a copy!
The third image is inspired by the character in an up-and-coming Gollancz novel. Can you guess which novel? We’ve got five copies to give away! To enter send your guesses to: email@example.com with the subject line: Gollancz Character by 11.59pm 14th April 2013. Good luck!
Model: Stephanie Lindley
Image by Chloe Isherwood Photography and Karmic Design.
Makeup by Rachel Nicholson
Location scout: Yvonne Cunningham
With thanks to Evenlode Studio for props and costume.
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 Dead as a Doornail.
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.
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Gollancz, the Science-Fiction and Fantasy imprint of Orion, are proud to announce the acquisition of THE RELIC GUILD, the beginning of an epic new fantasy series from debut author Edward Cox. Marcus Gipps, Editor at Gollancz, bought World all language rights from John Berlyne of Zeno Agency.
It was said the Labyrinth had once been the great meeting place, a sprawling city at the heart of an endless maze. But it has become an abandoned forbidden zone, where humans are … More