2008 July | Pendragon Press


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Posted by Chris on July 19, 2008 at 11:25
Posted in: Uncategorized

… there could be change with Triquorum; more details to follow once a consultation with my authors have been made.

The Reef – a new review

Posted by Chris on July 19, 2008 at 11:11
Posted in: Book News, Reviews

Perused the ol’ net a day or so ago, and came across this review of Mark Charan Newton’s debut courtesy of Sci-Fi-Online – and it’s a cracking write-up:

“[D]ebut novels are usually a bit of a hit or miss affair… What is surprising about The Reef is the almost effortless and accomplished way that Newton injects a level of literate prose, characterisation and plot development usually seen in a more seasoned author… his prose a delight to read but the book is a creation which balances well its fantasy credentials with a deeper examination of relationships – both between man and his environment and man and his fellow creatures. (10/10)”

So, what are you waiting for – order a copy today. You know it makes sense. :)

New Cover – Silversands

Posted by Chris on July 6, 2008 at 7:36
Posted in: Uncategorized

Vincent Chong has – yet again – produced an absolutely spellbinding cover me, and in particular for Gareth L Powell‘s debut sf novel, Silversands (due at Eastercon 2009).


The blurb is as follows:

In an age where interstellar travel is dangerous and unpredictable, and no-one knows exactly where they’ll end up, Avril Bradley is a Communications Officer aboard a ship sent to re-contact as many lost souls as possible.

But a mysterious explosion strands her in a world of political intrigue, espionage and subterfuge; a world of retired cops, digital ghosts and corporate assassins – all fighting for possession of vital computer data that has lain hidden for almost a century. . .

Gareth is rapidly becoming a name to watch, and I forsee good things being said about this novel… which means when it eventually comes available to pre-order then you’d better be quick to snap it up (think of it as part of your retirement fund :) )

… free stuff!

Posted by Chris on July 2, 2008 at 20:23
Posted in: Awards, Book News

From now until actual voting finishes in the BFS Awards, you can download gratis special PDF editions of both New Writings in the Fantastic and Dalton Quayle Rides Out.

Of course, you can buy the books too.

(In fact, as an aside, how many of you reading this/visiting this site like the idea of eBook editions of future/past titles?)