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Month: October 2014

Fall in love with MJ Summers – book trailer

Are you ready for the highly acclaimed novel, Break in Two, from breakout author MJ Summers? How about the companion novella, Don’t Let Go? Romantic. Witty. Sexy as hell. Join Claire and Cole as they embark on the stormy love affair of a lifetime . . .  

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Related Categories: With Love News, With Love Posts

Making our offers easier to claim (and other improvements)

Regulars to this site will be pleased to know that, going forward, we’re going be making our special offers even easier to take advantage of, and make it a lot easier to buy and manage your eBooks. The changes are happening already, and we hope you like them – please let us know what you […]

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Related Categories: Ilex Editorial

Fantasy Masterworks: the List So Far . . .

As we approach the 2014 World Fantasy Convention, held this year in Washington D.C., we thought it might be a good time to bring you all up-to-date with the re-launched Fantasy Masterworks series. Et voila! October 2013: Aegypt by John Crowley [paperback | eBook] October 2013: The Dragon Griaule by Lucius Shepard [paperback | eBook] […]

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Related Categories: Authors, Publishing, SF Gateway Awards

Your time management questions answered by expert life coach Wendy Jago

Is your work colleague driving you crazy with their procrastinating ways? Are you desperate to get that piece of work done but just can’t get others motivated to help you finish it? Wendy Jago, renowned life coach and author of How to Manage Your Mammoth: The Procrastinator’s Guide to Getting Things Done, will be addressing this […]

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Related Categories: Business, How to Posts, Parenting

Shooting smoke – easier than you might think!

Images of smoke are enticing and ethereal. There’s often an element of ‘How did you do that?’ when you show them to other people. While you might need a motion or audio sensor for some forms of high-speed photography, they’re unnecessary when it comes to smoke’s abstract patterns; you can manage it with an off-camera […]

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Related Categories: Photography

SF Masterwork of the Week: Stand on Zanzibar

I’ve written before about the wonderful authors I’ve been introduced to thanks to their appearances on panels at conventions, and the terrific books I’ve discovered the same way. One such book is our current SF Masterwork of the Week. I don’t remember the convention, to be honest – it was probably Conspiracy in 1987 – […]

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Location! Location! Location! for street photography

The whole essence of street photography is that, like human behaviour, moments are unpredictable, spontaneous and elusive. Therefore having your camera with you at all times ensures that you have the opportunity to capture them, and won’t regret the dreaded missed opportunity, which will inevitably occur! Locations needn’t be predetermined or planned in advance. A […]

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Related Categories: Photography

Exclusive Q&A with Bethany Griffin

  10 Random Things about The Fall (in no particular order) 1. I wrote the Fall before Masque of  the Red Death. 2. There is a version in chronological order. In fact, several times during the editing process I put the scenes in order so that I could make sure everything was consistent. There is […]

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Related Categories: Uncategorized

Does anyone really believe what happened at Reichenbach Falls?

Today is the publication day for Moriarty from our sister imprint, Orion. We were lucky enough to snag an exclusive signed limited edition proof for a giveaway here on the blog. Think you know the story of Moriarty? Think again. We welcome Graeme to the blog to tell us more about this incredible new novel […]

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Related Categories: Competition, Fiction

New Book of the Week: Saturn Patrol

Back in the ’50s, when novels could be 40,000 words long and the pulps ruled the world, publishing was a very different beast than it is now.  Dozens of short, purpose-written books were published out each month, in popular genres such as Romance, Crime, War Stories, Westerns and, of course, Science Fiction. The writers for […]

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Related Categories: Commentary, New Releases, Publishing
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Gallery: the Cato and Macro game!

It’s the game everyone is talking about! Cato and Macro: The Game has made quite a splash since launching on Google Play recently, and the amazing reviews are flooding in! Have you downloaded the game and played it yet? If not, these images should whet your appetite. Remember, the game is launching on iOS very […]

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Related Categories: Simon Scarrow News

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