Holiday fun! 12 Harper Voyager e-books under $2.00!!

To celebrate our new website and the holiday season (and to shamelessly introduce you to our fabulous authors), 10 of our favorite Harper Voyager titles are on sale from now through 2/6/12!  All platforms. Every book is $1.99 and under!



THE SCENT OF SHADOWS, Vicki Pettersson

 NIGHTWALKER, Jocelynn Drake

SANDMAN SLIM, Richard Kadrey

PHOENIX RISING, Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris

DEN OF THIEVES, David Chandler





SHAMAN’S CROSSING, Robin Hobb (until 1/2/12)

Plus Kim Harrison’s EVERY WHICH WAY BUT DEAD (featuring a sneak peak at A PERFECT BLOOD) is $1.99 through 1/10/12!

 And HOLIDAYS FROM HELL  featuring Kim Harrison, Lynsay Sands, Marjorie M. Liu, and Vicki Pettersson is $.99!

– Diana

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    • Thank you all for your very positive feeabdck for the cover of The Gathering of the Lost I love it, too! Also, I apologise for the delay in replying to all your comments I decided to take a wee break away from all the earthquakes, which also meant being off internet, but am back now and will be back on air’ (so to speak) again.Sharon, re your comment and question, Definitely not as dark and haunting at the first book. Does this reflect the overall tone of the story? The dark and haunting elements are still there, but I believe the overall answer is yes. Given what happened at the conclusion of HEIR and what I have also written here on the blog from time to time, I believe it is no spoiler to say that considerable parts of the action take place in regions of Haarth that are a long way from the Wall, and as that mountain fastness recedes physically, so does the immediacy of the Derai’s dark and unrelenting doom The rest though shall have to unfold with the reading of the book. June, re the UK/AUS/NZ cover, I have only seen a first draft’ but believe the final is also close’ now; it is very different in conception but I also liked that first version very much and hope readers here will, too.

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  15. And HOLIDAYS FROM HELL featuring Kim Harrison, Lynsay Sands, Marjorie M. Liu, and Vicki Pettersson is $.99!

    And where can I find this book?

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  17. Where do we buy these books for the advertised price? When I click on the link, and then choose which retailer I am only offered the regular price. For instance, Every Which Way But Dead is $7.99 at Amazon, and B&N.

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