Gollancz’s April Digital Deals

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Gollancz Digital Deals for the month of April


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You can enjoy Dreamsongs Volumes 1 and 2 until  until 5th May 2014, and The Blade Itself until 15th April 2014, from any of your favourite online retailers.

Gollancz Debuts Deals to Preorder

 

All our Gollancz debuts this year are priced at just £1.99 on ebook for the first week of publication, which means you can pre-order them now for the same price.


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The Boy With the Porcelain Blade: Chapter 4

It’s the final week of our serialization of our book of the month, The Boy With the Porcelain Blade, a most excellent debut from Den Patrick. It’s already been getting rave reviews online, not to mention some great feedback from our Geeks, and we’ve been sharing some chapters with you each week (you can still catch up on chapter one, chapter two and chapter three). Not only that, because we’re so generous, we’re also offering the ebook for just £1.99 for the week of publication (20th-27th March 2014). That means you’ve got about 48 hours to snap it up if you…

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Gollancz’s March Digital Deals

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Gollancz Digital Deals for the month of March:


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You can enjoy this month’s digital deals until 31st March 2014 from any of your favourite online retailers.

Please note our Gollancz Debut Deal – The Boy With the Porcelain Blade – is available for just £1.99 until 27th March 2014.

For all your Classic SF reads don’t forget to visit our sister site the SF Gateway where eBook prices start from £1.99.

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Kit Berry on Stonewylde – only £1.49 this month

We have a guest post from Kit Berry, author of the Stonewylde series, today: I sold the Stonewylde series to Gollancz back in 2010, despite misgivings. The world I’d created wasn’t your run-of-the-mill fantasy; no swords, little blood, not an elf, dragon or ancient portal in sight. There is a Dark Lord (the eponymous Magus of the first title) and there’s natural magic, a flawed hero and of course the prophecy/quest. And a crow. But really, Stonewylde is not epic/ high/ urban/ romantic or even mythic fantasy, and as I sat at the top of Gollancz Towers with my agent…

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