Happy Publication Day to Nalini Singh’s Wild Embrace!

Phew, is it hot in here, or is it just us? On this most summery of days, join us in celebrating the publication day of Nalini Singh’s Psy-Changeling novella collection, WILD EMBRACE. Prepare yourself: these four novellas break taboos and cross boundaries, all while being incredibly sexy and smart (naturally!). To whet your appetite, Nalini has a few choice excerpts on her website, so head on over and enjoy. Here’s what you’re in for: Echo of Silence In a deep-sea station, Tazia Nerif has found her life’s work as an engineer, keeping things running smoothly. But she wants nothing more…

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Cover Reveal: Arcanum Unbounded

Arcanum Unbounded is a superb collection of stories and novellas from fantasy’s most talented writer, including tales from the Reckoners world, the Stormlight Archive and from the bestselling Mistborn universe. These wonderful works, originally published individually, have been collected for the first time and convey the true expanse of the Cosmere. Telling the exciting tales of adventure Sanderson fans have come to expect, Arcanum Unbounded include the Hugo Award-winning novella ‘The Emperor’s Soul’, an excerpt from the graphic novel ‘White Sand’, and the never-before-published Stormlight Archive novella ‘Edgedancer’. The collection will include nine works in all: ‘Edgedancer’ (Stormlight Archive) ‘The Hope of Elantris’ (Elantris)…

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ALL THINGS END a Guest Post by Edward Cox

We are thrilled to welcome the wonderful Edward Cox back to the Gollancz Blog as we celebration the publication of the final book in the Relic Guild Trilogy, The Watcher of Dead Time. Edward Cox discusses writing a fantasy trilogy, cliffhangers, being a debut novelst and ending a trilogy.   Over the last couple of years, The Relic Guild Trilogy had been described in varying ways – mostly positive, I’m pleased to say. Gaslight fantasy, was one description. Fantasy with elements of steampunk was another. Not quite grimdark; tradition fantasy with a difference; original but recognisable fantasy; fantasy with shades…

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An Update from Scott Lynch

Hello, everyone– As you’ve probably noticed, retailers have been doing funny things with pre-orders of THE THORN OF EMBERLAIN, and the reason for that is because, despite all our hopes and the heroic patience of my publishers, we’re not going to make the expected September release date. I am incredibly sorry about this, and I want it to be understood that there’s nobody to blame but me. In addition to the expected obstacles, I severely complicated my life this year by moving. The process of seeking a mortgage, securing a house, and moving across half a continent (although it was…

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Happy Publication Day 18th August 2016!

It’s publication day and we’ve got books at every stage of novel life. We’ve got a first book, a last book and middle book as well as one carrying lots of little books; we’ve got fantasy, urban fantasy and science fiction; we’ve got a book for all seasons so pick one (or more) and dive in! Obelisk by Stephen Baxter returns to the world of Proxima and Ultima with this stunning collection of short stories. A remarkable collection of short stories and novellas from one of our greatest SF authors. This collection contains stories set in the worlds of the…

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