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Welcome To Night Vale: A Novel by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor

WELCOME TO NIGHT VALE: A NOVEL Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor

The first original novel set in the town of Night Vale.
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The exhilarating fifth novel in James S. A. Corey’s New York Times bestselling Expanse space opera series.
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THE HEIR OF NIGHT on Gemmell Awards Shortlist – Vote Now!

The cover for Helen Lowe's Gemmell Awards shortlisted Heir of NightWe’re all so pleased to announce that Helen Lowe’s THE HEIR OF NIGHT has been shortlisted for a David Gemmell Award! Our biggest congratulations to Helen, and we’re keeping everything crossed for the final awards announcement on 15th June, even though it’s pretty hard to type on the blog with crossed fingers!

If you liked THE HEIR OF NIGHT then please do go and vote for Helen at the Gemmell Awards website. It’s as easy as just one click! There’s no need to sign up, although if you’d like to be a Gemmell Awards member then you can get a free account and become part of the discussion.

There are five books on the shortlist, and voting closes on 31st May 2012, 12 Noon GMT. 

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  1. Paul (@princejvstin)

    April 19, 2012
    at 4:28 pm

    Yeah, I have read 4 of the 5 nominees already and find it a tough decision to where to place my vote even if I don’t read the 5th.

    No offense to Helen, but she has solid competition.

  2. Helen Lowe

    April 20, 2012
    at 6:43 am

    Paul: we have a saying here in NZ, derived from the national sport: “all credit to the other team and rugby was the winner on the night.”

    I think we can probably extend the analogy to the Morningstar award: all credit to all the contenders and let us hope that epic-heroic fantasy will be the winner on the night. :)

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