We are thrilled to welcome Aliette De Bodard back to the Gollancz blog for a special guest post. Aliette discusses the process of designing the cover for her novella Children of Thorns, Children of Water. a prequel to The House of Binding Thorns. Read on to see the stunning cover and find out how you can get the ebook of the novella for free.
Small confession: I’ve got all the artistic affinity of a hedgehog with a paintbrush in its … More
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Please take a moment to ogle with us at the cover for HIGH STAKES, the latest in the WILD CARDS series edited by George R. R. Martin and Melinda M. Snodgrass. Just LOOK at that awesome blend of Lovecraftian horror and superheroics by the very talented Richard Jones (ace illustrator) and Patrick Knowles (ace designer).
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Warning – not for arachnophobes.
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THE SWITCH is the groundbreaking new SF novel from one of the genre’s most respected authors, and here’s its awesome cover, adorned with what is surely a prime example of one of Harmony’s model citizens.
Just remember: looks can be very deceiving.
Harmony is the perfect society. The defective must be eradicated. For orphans like Nico and Twostar this … More
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