December 9th, 2016
Reminder: tomorrow, Saturday December 10th, is our Mostly-But-Not-Quite-Annual Christmas Party!
The good times will last all day. We’ll have tasty snacks and refreshments, free gift-wrapping, and a store-wide discount. And this year, we also have special guests!
At 3pm, authors A.M. Dellamonica and Robert Charles Wilson will be here to celebrate their brand new titles (Nature Of A Pirate and Last Year, respectively).
Join us for holiday treats and a darned good time.
December 7th, 2016
We’ve never had cause to publish a comprehensive position paper on the matter, but for future reference (and for the health and safety of, well, everyone), a helpful primer:
Things Not To Attempt To Mansplain To Our Staff
- anything, ever
December 6th, 2016
But only some of them: others will be arriving later. Because that’s super-convenient…
Dreamweaver, C.S. Friedman
Immortal Throne, Stella Gemmell
My Sweet Little Megabyte, Jeffrey Burton
Monster Hunter Memoirs: Sinners, Larry Correia
George Lucas: A Life, Brian Jay Jones
Spindle, E.K. Johnston
Season Of Spells, Sylvia Izzo Hunter
1635: Wars For The Rhine, Anette Pederson
Map Of Bones, Francesca Haig
Snake Eyes, Hillary Monahan
Deep Sea Diver’s Syndrome, Serge Brussolo
Judgment At Verdant Court, M.C. Planck
The Liberation, Ian Tregillis
Midnight City: Fleshtree, G.M.B Chomichuk
Alien Nation, Gini Koch
Dragon Spawn, Eileen Wilks
Jerusalem Fire, Rebecca Meluch
Tempest, Mercedes Lacky, editor
Enter Halo, Keri Arthur
Feast Of All Souls, Simon Bestwick
Five Stories High, K.J. Parker
Doom Of The Dragon, Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman
Speak To The Devil, Dave Duncan
December 5th, 2016
…the season for our Almost-But-Not-Quite-Annual Christmas party!
Please join us here at the store on Saturday December 10th. All day long, we’ll have tasty snacks, free gift-wrapping, and a store-wide discount.
In addition, at 3pm, we’ll welcome two very special guests: A.M. Dellamonica and Robert Charles Wilson, both of whom have brand new books this week (Nature Of A Pirate and Last Year, respectively).
Who doesn’t love a party? Okay, some people don’t. But this one’s special, and you should totally come!
November 29th, 2016
Prince Lestat And The Realms Of Atlantis, Anne Rice
Watchmen Noir, Alan Moore
Pirate Utopia, Bruce Sterling
Traitor Baru Cormorant, Seth Dickinson
Wicked Weeds, Pedro Cabiya
Styx, Bavo Dhooge
Fate Of The Tearling, Erika Johansen
Angels Of Our Better Beasts, Jerome Stueart
Hawk, Steven Brust
Normal, Warren Ellis
Kill Baxter, Charlie Human
1635: Parcel Of Rogues, Eric Flint & Dennis Andrew
Her Brother’s Keeper, Mike Kupari
Blockade, Jean Johnson
Confluence, S.K. Dunstall
Corporation Wars: Dissidence, Ken MacLeod
November 21st, 2016
Please join us on Saturday November 26th, for a double book launch. Sarah Raughley and E.K. Johnston will be here to celebrate the release of Fate Of Flames and Star Wars: Ahsoka, respectively.
The snacks go out at 3pm: hope to see you here!
November 16th, 2016
A publisher mislaid part of our October order, resulting in us missing several key titles through the month. Luckily, we managed to convince their computers that we really did want what we’d ordered, and the books arrived today. So we finally have:
Feedback, Mira Grant
Blood Mirror, Brent Weeks
Conspiracy Of Ravens, Lila Bowen
The Tourist, Robert Dickinson
Plague Of Swords, Miles Cameron
Chaosmage, Stephen Aryan
Doubt Factory, Paolo Bacigalupi
November 15th, 2016
Because gods know we could all use some good news…
Tales From The Shadowhunter Academy, Cassandra Clare, et al
Gates Of Hell, Michael Livingston
Animal Envy, Ralph Nader
Sherlock Holmes And The Shadwell Shadows, James Lovegrove
Everfair, Nisi Shawl
Nightmares, Ellen Datlow, editor
Extreme Makeover, Dan Wells
Seven Crow Stories, Robert J. Wiersema
Culdesac, Robert Repino
My Sister Rosa, Justine Larbalestier
Sandman: Overture, Neil Gaiman
This Way To The End Times, Robert Silverberg, editor
Arena, Holly Jennings
November 11th, 2016
This year, of all years, we don’t just remember that they fought, we remember why.
Our debt to our veterans moves through time. We owe honour and respect for the past; help and understanding today; a promise for the future. And that promise is: never again.