2012 April | Pendragon Press


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Stock Reduction-a-thon!

Posted by Chris on April 30, 2012 at 15:43
Posted in: General

In a bid to gain some space for the imminent arrival of Visions Fading Fast not to mention the other exciting titles this year, you the discerning reader can now purchase three paperbacks for the princely sum of £10 – pop on over to the Special Deals page to find out.

Go on…

The Mask Behind the Face – signed poster!

Posted by Chris on April 24, 2012 at 15:19
Posted in: Book News, General

Hidden away in a tube since the book’s launch, I’ve found an A3-sized poster of the front cover signed by Ben Baldwin (the artist) along with Stuart Young (the author) and myself. The first person to order a copy of this novella will receive it.

By the way, did I mention that his book beat Joe Hill to win the British Fantasy Award for best novella? No? Well, it did. :)

£2 Super-Saver Return!

Posted by Chris on April 21, 2012 at 9:16
Posted in: Book News, General

Every single Pendragon title in print is now reduced by £2 and will remain so for the foreseeable future; this could be a week, four weeks or a year… who knows? I certain don’t. But, if you don’t want to miss out on some great books then do you want to hang around especially when stocks of the older titles are actually running quite low now.

Move along…

Posted by Chris on April 20, 2012 at 20:01
Posted in: Book News, General

… nothing to see here, nothing to do with the new “Nasty Snips Project” link along the header.

In the Loop

Posted by Chris on April 12, 2012 at 20:33
Posted in: Book News, General, Reviews

Unfortunately, the Discovery Festival next month is cancelled. This is a major shame since it looked to be a very promising Convention, and I was going to attend to launch Visions Fading Fast the very much long-awaited anthology edited by Gary McMahon.

Nevertheless, the anthology will definitely be published next month – albeit a virtual launch (though how that works is anyone’s guess!)

In keeping with this, if you’re a book blogger or reviewer and would be interested in receiving a PDF proof of this major anthology then please get in touch!

The “maybe” pile of Nasty Snips II is coming down… and on target for a final ToC to be announced later this month, along with a major announcement on the future direction of Pendragon Press.