Don’t miss out on our February Digital Deals!

If, like us, you can’t quite believe that tomorrow is March (it is!) we thought we’d take this chance to remind you of our February Digital Deals. This weekend only you can purchase six fantastic books at bargain prices. From epic fantasy, to incredible action, adventure and outstanding YA crossover novels we’ve got something for everyone. Our digital deals start at just £.99 and are available from your favourite UK online retailers until the 3rd March 2014. BUY NOW » BUY NOW » BUY NOW »  Graceling–   In a world where people born with an exceptional skill, known as a…

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Friday Reads: The Copper Promise (reviewed by Den Patrick)

Today we have a special Friday Reads from our author Den Patrick, who is doing an event with Jen Williams in March (details below). We thought it only fitting that The Copper Promise be reviewed by Den in preparation for what promises to be a great event.  The Copper Promise by Jen Williams I first bumped into Jen at an SFX weekender years ago and recognised her as ‘that self-publishing lady from Twitter.’ It’s been fun watching her make the transition to signed and published author, sharing her deadpan humour, love of Mass Effect, and Lego along the way. This…

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Paul McAuley: Chapter One of The Confluence Trilogy

Last week, Paul wrote us a brilliant guest blog piece to celebrate the publication of The Confluence Trilogy. The omnibus of the classic trilogy is available now, and you can start reading now. There’s a little more about the trilogy below, and don’t forget to enter the competition below to win some signed copies by midnight tonight. If you entered last week there’s no need to enter again. Good luck! Confluence – a long, narrow, artificial world, half fertile river valley, half crater-strewn desert. A world beyond the end of human history, served by countless machines, inhabited by ten thousand bloodlines…

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Way of Kings Read Along (Chapters 4- 8)

Hello once again, my fellow Readalongees. I hope that by now you have managed to secure a copy of Brandon Sanderson’s Way of Kings  (still just £1.99 as an ebook until the 3rd March) and that you’re managing to keep up with us as we move into the second week of this readalong. This first quarter of the book has seen heavy emphasis on the building and shaping of the two main characters, Kaladin and Shallan, and the masterful construction of the world of Roshar. The most important thing to know at this point is that upon this world are two great…

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Guest blog: Games of 2014

It’s the final post from of our guest blogger, Adam Whitehead today, who blogs over on The Wertzone on all things SF and fantasy. If you missed his previous posts, you can catch up on Films of 2014 and TV of 2014, and today he’s sharing what games to look out for this year.  You can follow Adam on Twitter and be sure to check his blog out for more on SF and fantasy films and culture. Games of 2014 2014 looks set to be one of the stronger years in recent memory for computer games, with the return of some older franchises and lots of…

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