Gary McMahon book ready for FantasyCon

News has come through that Pendragon Press will have copies of Gary McMahon’s To Usher, The Dead available for sale at FantasyCon 2012 in just over a weeks time!

Christopher Teague, Managing Editor and Founder of Pendragon Press, writes: “Well, and in all honesty it arrived in the nick o’ time, but the cover proof of To Usher, The Dead has been approved by oneself and the book is scheduled for delivery on FantasyCon Friday – even though this is a limited numbered edition of two hundred copies, only the first one hundred will be flat-signed by the author in situ that weekend. If you consider that the pre-ordering of these McMahon-signed goodies have been very brisk, the chances are I’ll only have a handful to sell… so, the question you have to ask yourself: do you want to chance it, or do you want to pre-order your copy today – and in exchange for your faith in my publishing capabilities you will receive a 25% discount off your next future order.”

Unfortunately, there was also some bad news: “…there aGary McMahon bookre two casualities: firstly, Gavin Salisbury’s short novel, Fade-Out won’t make the launch event and again The Nasty Snips Project has been delayed. Fingers crossed, once the FCon fall-out has dropped off then this make a Hallowe’en virtual launch…”

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