Suzanne Mcleod has been a cocktail waitress, dance group promoter and barmaid at Coventry City Football Club (the last despite having no love for the beautiful game; she had to pay the rent somehow!) After years in retail management, she started writing the SPELLCRACKERS.COM series. She lives with her husband and rescue dogs in Bournemouth.
Fans of our Gollancz Dark Fantasy Facebook page will know that every Thursday we bring you #ThirstyforThursday in which we reveal a book or series which we think you will be Thirsty for. This week, we’re sharing the fourth installment of Suzanne Mcleod‘s Spellcrackers series, THE SHIFTING PRICE OF PREY, with you. The Spellcrackers series stars fabulous fae Genny Taylor, and in the fourth book, Genny believed she’d cracked the fae’s infertility curse . . … More
Tags: Chapter One, Spellcrackers, Suzanne McLeod, The Shifting Price of Prey, Thirsty for Thursday
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Gillian Redfearn, Gollancz Editorial Director, has acquired World Rights to two supernatural thrillers by Suzanne McLeod. The agent was John Jarrold.
The titles offer an exciting new twist to the Spellcrackers.com series, set in London, but the details are currently being kept under wraps for now and will remain so until closer to publication. Speaking about the deal, Gillian said ‘We’re really thrilled with this new proposal from Suzanne McLeod. Her characters are warm and engaging, their relationships zing, her magic … More
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Eastercon! The Gollancz Gang is going to be hanging out, attending panels, in the bar, running a book stand and more at the Edwardian Raddison, Heathrow, throughout Easter . . . so here’s our quick guide to all the Eastercon action:
Friday 6th April 2012
14.00 Pushing the Boundaries of Genre
What are the boundaries of genre? Where does one begin and another end? Does definition limit imagination, or give it something to feed on. Come along, for all this and more … More
Tags: EasterCon, Events, Fantasy, Science Fiction
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So you’re at the SFX Weekender this weekend in Prestatyn, and while, looking at your schedule you realise there is literally so much going on, you don’t know where to start? Well handily, we have highlighted below exactly where and when you can see and meet all the Gollancz authors talking and signing over the weekend. See, aren’t we good to you? All you have to do is turn up and enjoy!
12noon – Sunday Times bestselling Rivers of London author … More
Tags: Ben Aaronovitch, Events, Jaine Fenn, James Barclay, Joe Abercrombie, Robert Rankin, Sam Sykes, Sarah Pinborough, SFX Weekender, Sophia McDougal, Stephen Baxter, Suzanne McLeod
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Yesterday we looked at three great debuts and three familiar faces with new projects in the genre – today we’re celebrating six fantastic genre novels which are all part of brilliant series (if you’ve missed them: where have you been?!) coming to a bookshelf near you!*
Trinity Moon, by Elspeth Cooper.
This brilliant series kicked off with Songs of the Earth – one of the greatest debuts Gollancz has ever published – and introduced Gair, one of the … More
Tags: Bitterblue, Christmas, Crown of Embers, Dark Fantasy, Elspeth Cooper, Fantasy, Fire, Fire and Thorns, Graceling, Jaine Fenn, Kristin Cashore, Queen of Nowhere, Rae Carson, Sarah Pinborough, Science Fiction, Songs of the Earth, Spellercrackers.com series, Suzanne McLeod, The Chosen Seed, The Dog Faced Gods trilogy, The Shifting Price of Prey, Trinity Moon
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