The Gollancz Festival eBook Sale!

To celebrate the Gollancz Festival we’ve slashed our prices on over forty ebooks for one weekend only! That’s right, you’ve got one weekend to take advantage of this incredible offer! Don’t miss your chance to add some of the universe’s very finest SF and Fantasy to your ebook library for just 99p. Pick up stunning new releases like The Fireman or 13 Minutes as well as some of those classic titles you’ve been meaning to read. Be quick, our prices will go back to normal Monday!   New Releases Buy from Kindle iBooks Kobo Sainsburys   Buy from Kindle iBooks…

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Nalini Singh Interviews Charlaine Harris

In the third in our trilogy of interviews between three authors who are powerhouses of paranormal romance, urban fantasy and more, Nalini Singh (author of the Psy-Changeling and Guild Hunter series) interviews Charlaine Harris (author of the Sookie Stackhouse Mysteries, Midnight, Texas and more) about writing horror, going on set for Midnight, Texas, and character crossovers . . .   NS: Hi Charlaine! Thank you for virtually sitting down with me for an interview – it truly is an honour. CH: Nalini, for me as well. NS: I’m curious about your writing process. From the Sookie Stackhouse books to the Aurora…

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Suzanne McLeod Interviews Nalini Singh

In the second in our trilogy of interviews between three authors who are powerhouses of paranormal romance, urban fantasy and more, Suzanne McLeod (author of the Spellcrackers.com series) interviews Nalini Singh (author of the Psy-Changeling and Guild Hunter series) about season two of the Psy-Changeling series, plotting and chocolate fixes…   SM: Hi Nalini! Thanks so much for answering some questions! NS: It’s lovely to chat with you, Suzanne. 🙂   SM: But first, huge congratulations on ten awesome years in your Psy-Changeling series! How amazing does that feel? NS: It’s a little surreal. I still vividly remember writing the…

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Test Your Knowledge in the #GollanczFest Connecting Wall Quiz

Many of you have probably seen the BBC puzzle programme Only Connect, and lost countless hours yelling out answers at the television screen. But if you’re anything like us you’ve probably also spent some time lamenting the fact that so few of the puzzles are . . . how do we put this? . . . SFF Geek-friendly. Well, lament no more!  Thanks to the excellent Puzzgrid site, we’ve been able to compile our own SF-centric grid for your solving pleasure! Just to recap: sixteen clues are arranged at random in a 4-by-4 grid. Your first task is to identify…

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