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Joe Abercrombie GIVEAWAY, News, et cetera

Posted by cervantor on PM00000030000000031 1, 2008

Well, I’m pretty late with this, but over at Joe Abercrombie’s BLOG, the author is giving away THREE Bound Proofs of “Last Argument of Kings”, the concluding volume in The First Law Trilogy. Sounds pretty good to me and it’s really easy to enter. Just go HERE to read the rules and remember that the competition ends at the end of the month 😀 If you’re not familiar with Mr. Abercrombie, check out an interview that I did with him not too long ago HERE and you can read my review of “The Blade Itself”, the first book in the trilogy, HERE.

In other news, Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist has an early look at the new book from Richard K. Morgan HERE. It’s called “The Steel Remains” and tackles fantasy. One of my favorite authors, I’ve been anticipating this book ever since I heard he was working on a fantasy series, so I can’t wait for this :). Over at Fantasybookspot, they’re trying out a new feature: audio interviews! First up, Alex Bledsoe, author of “The Sword-Edged Blonde”. Check out the mp3 HERE. Jay Tomio will also be reviewing “The Sword-Edged Blonde” in the near future, so keep checking out The Bodhisattva for that! There’s an awesome interview with Clive Barker HERE at IGN, which talks about his upcoming projects for literature, film, television, video games and DVDs. A Dribble of Ink has another great interview, this time with Daniel Abraham. So read that HERE and pick up one of his books if you haven’t already. Finally, The Fantasy Review is a daddy!!! (Must really be baby season 😉


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