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Brian Froud & John Matthews signing

February 16, 2011

Brian Froud and John Matthews will be signing their new book How to See Faeries at the Forbidden Planet Megastore, 179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8JR on Saturday 26 October 4.00'5.00 pm
 
'For over thirty years, Brian Froud has been regarded as the pre-eminent faerie artist in the world. His numerous international best-selling books are considered modern classics. He has worked with Jim Henson as conceptual designer on the feature films The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth as well as other projects.
 
Now he and New York Times bestselling author John Matthews come together for the first time to create a spectacular interactive book that opens the doors to the enchanted world of Faerie. How does one discover faeries in one's backyard or a garden, forest, or meadow? Through insets, hidden messages, magical signs, reflective mirrors, and other paper mechanics, Froud and Matthews reveal how anyone may discover the way to the land of Faerie. All you need is to believe is to own this book!'

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Simon & Schuster Books (February-March 2011)

February 15, 2011

February

  • The Gathering Dark by Christopher Golden
  • Dreams of a Dark Warrior by Kresley Cole

March

  • No Rest for the Wicked by Kresley Cole
  • Soul Trapper A Novel by F. J. Lennon
  • Escape: A Zombie Chronicles Novel by James Melzer
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Hodder/Headline Books (January-March 2011)

February 15, 2011

January

  • I Don't Want To Kill You by Dan Wells
  • Prophecy: Clash of Kings by M.K.Hume

 February 

  • Johannes Cabal the Detective by Jonathan L. Howard
  • Flirt by Laurell K Hamilton
  • Lex Trent: Fighting With Fire by Alex Bell
  • A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness
  • Mermaid by Carolyn Turgeon
  • Chalice of Blood by Peter Tremayne
  • One of our Thursdays is Missing by Jasper Fforde

March 

  • The Bride That Time Forgot by Paul Magrs
  • Desires of the Dead by Kimberly Derting
  • Brick by Leon Jenner
  • The Cypress House by Michael Koryta
  • The Land of Painted Caves: Earth's Children 6 by Jean M. Auel
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Angry Robot Books (January-March 2011)

February 15, 2011

January 

  • Harbinger of the Storm by Aliette de Bodard
  • Death's Disciples by J Robert King

 February 

  • King's Justice: book 2 Knights of the Breton Court by Maurice Broaddus
  • Point by Thomas Blackthorne

March

  • Vegas Knights by Matt Forbeck
  • City of Hope and Despair by Ian Whates
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Screaming Dreams spring sale

February 15, 2011

Take advantage of Screaming Dreams' spring sale. There are many bargains. Publisher Steve Upham states that these prices won't last forever and stocks are running low on some titles. When they are gone, they are gone! Find out more at Screaming Dreams.

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The Hunter from the Woods by Robert McCammon

February 15, 2011

Subterranean Press is to publish a series of all new adventures, including several novelettes and novellas, set both pre- and post- Robert McCammon's classic novel, The Wolf's Hour. 

'The Hunter from the Woods marks the much-anticipated return of Michael Gallatin, the lycanthropic hero of Robert McCammon's 1989 classic, The Wolf's Hour. These all-new, interlinked stories offer a full measure of McCammon's trademark narrative excitement, and comprise a fascinating composite portrait of a unique fictional creation.

Erotic, visceral, and filled with moments of desolating horror and unexpected warmth, The Hunter from the Woods is a triumph of imaginative storytelling. Like the best of McCammon's earlier work, it offers intelligent, world-class entertainment. In the process, it shines a welcome new light on one of the most uncommon heroes in contemporary fiction.'

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Christopher Lee honoured at BAFTAs

February 14, 2011

One of our favourite Counts has received a BAFTA Fellowship. About time, too. In case you missed the programme on TV, watch  this YouTube clip.

Other news from last night's BAFTA: Inception won the Visual Effects Award. The Harry Potter franchise won an award for Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema. Otherwise almost all the other awards went to The King's Speech.

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Voyager Books (February-March 2011)

February 14, 2011

February

  • The Exiled Queen by Cinda Williams Chima
  • Under Heaven by Guy Gavriel Kay
  • A Song for Arbonne by Guy Gavriel Kay
  • The Last Light of the Sun by Guy Gavriel Kay
  • Tigana by Guy Gavriel Kay
  • Secrets of the Fire Sea by Stephen Hunt 

March

  • A Kingdom Besieged by Raymond E. Feist
  • At the Gates of Darkness by Raymond E. Feist
  • Krondor: The Assassins by Raymond E. Feist
  • Spellwright by Blake Charlton
  • Lord of Emperors by Guy Gavriel Kay
  • Sailing to Sarantium by Guy Gavriel Kay
  • The Lions of Al-Rassan by Guy Gavriel Kay
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Grey Friar Press news

February 14, 2011

Gray Friar Press has announced:

A new collection of short stories by Rhys Hughes, The Brothel Creeper. 'From the whorehouses of Cardiff to the jungles of Brazil, from the catacombs of Paris to the pearly gates of Heaven, along the coasts of Equatorial Africa to the screaming chaos of Hell on Earth, wanders the spirit of decadence, the brothel creeper.' Available in two formats: jacketed hardcover flat-signed by the author and limited to 100 copies('18 / $34) and a mass market paperback '8.99 / $16.

Paul Finch's monster collection of novellas and novelettes One Monster is Not Enough is now available in paperback. The hardcover sold out almost immediately, so don't miss out on this superb collection of eight long and powerful horror stories. Only '8.99 / $16.

The Press is proud to announce that Lisa Morton's haunting novel The Castle Of Los Angeles, published by GFP early last year, has been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel. To celebrate this they are offering a FREE COPY of the book in PDF format to anyone who requests it by emailing gary.fry [@] virgin.net. 

Finally, GFP is offering free books: spend '20 / $36 or more in the store and you'll get a copy of the signed hardcover of Stephen Volk's novella Vardoger, or if you already own that book, Nicholas Royle's novella The Appetite.

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