Both Covers for Douglas Hulick's next book "Sworn in Steel" have been revealed. The UK one is once again the far superior one for me. Not only is the image of the guy not as "Fabio-ish" but the colours and type positioning much cleaner. Covers are below in case your wondering.
Brain Ruckley muses about the mix of Genres in his latest book "The Edinburgh Dead"
The whole notion of genres and sub-genres is founded on identifying those characteristics that separate one type of book for another, and I’ve got nothing in particular against that – who doesn’t like to indulge in a bit of hair-splitting when they’ve got time on their hands? – but just now I’m more interested in what they share. How many of these supposedly distinct genres are pretty much the same under the skin? I’m no more than 50% raving lunatic – in my own estimation, anyway – so I’m not about to suggest that all genre fictions are skeletally the same, but I’m sufficiently far above 0% to suggest that quite a few of them are … at least as a thought experiment.
In other stuff, Sanderson has posted all the pretty interior artwork from tWoK's to his blog.
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