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Interview: Nate Taylor Talks Patrick Rothfuss


taylor-rothfussThe Dark of Deep Below by Patrick Rothfuss & Nate Taylor is available now!

I cornered Nate for an interview where he talks about their new not-for-children children’s book and what it’s like working for the Beard! Make the jump to take a gander!

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Gifts for the Geek | Day 5: Patrick Rothfuss Worldbuilders Books


rothfuss-deepbelowGifts for the Geek continues with the new geek-infused Patrick Rothfuss book, The Adventures of the Princess and Mr. Whiffle: The Dark of Deep Below!

Make the jump to learn more about getting a cool book and supporting a better cause!

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Cover & Video: Legion by Brandon Sanderson


sanderson-legionAs I wrote yesterday, there are a few forthcoming short stories / novellas that I’m super excited about.

Subterranean Press announced another one I am excited to finish. Why finish? Because Brandon Sanderson read the first part of it many months ago here in Seattle and left the entire crowd wanting more!

Here is more about Legion! Make the jump!

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New Release Interview: Words Like Coins by Robin Hobb


hobb-wordsThe world of publishing is changing.

Robin Hobb and Subterranean Press are evolving with it! Robin has finished a short story, Words Like Coins, and Sub Press is publishing it as a downloadable! Make the jump to learn more!

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Subterranean Press Interview: Why They Beautify Books?


mieville-citysubpressBooks come in all shapes and sizes.

Just ask Subterranean Press! They produce some of the most gorgeous books around, taking a unique approach to create books that are artwork.

I interviewed Sub Press owner William Schafer about his company and why he does what he does. Enjoy!

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Poll: Would You Pay Extra For Interior Art?


Got a Poll for you all today:

Would you pay a bit extra — a dollar or two or three on top of the normal cover price — to have interior illustrations? Several black and white pieces? Or a full color interior foldout? Are they important to you? Or is the prose the only thing that matters to you?

Vote! Would love to get another view of things.

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Gifts For the Geek: Day 18


brett-brayansThere are some really cool geeky items out there and this is the season I begin thinking, “Wouldn’t it be neat if I had X or X?”

For the month of December I’ll post some of my own personal picks for holiday gifts, some of which I’m sure will also excite some of you, maybe to the point you add them to your gift lists!

Day 18: Subterranean Press Editions

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Brayan’s Gold by Peter V. Brett


Brayan's Gold by Peter V. BrettI am a fan of Subterranean Press!

They publish some of the most gorgeous books out there, real works of art, and some of them contain content not available to readers in any other way.

Which is the case with the forthcoming novella Brayan’s Gold by Peter V. Brett!

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Review: The Adventures of the Princess & Mr. Whiffle by Patrick Rothfuss


rothfuss-princessSeveral years ago, Patrick Rothfuss wrote arguably the debut fantasy of the decade, The Name of the Wind. It quickly garnered him world-wide acclaim and set a high bar for him to overcome in its forthcoming sequel, The Wise Man’s Fear.

While rewriting the second book, Pat had an idea for an unusual children’s book, one very different than the novel he is known for. That idea became The Adventures of the Princess & Mr. Whiffle. And I love it!

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