On the Joys of the Paperless Office

I know, I know: conspicuous by my absence. There are a variety of reasons (and if you don’t care for the first, don’t worry; I have others, right here in my desk, kept for just such emergencies!). The first is that I have been busy Planning – and thanks to …

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The February Giveaways Continue

The February month of giveaways continues here at JFB Towers. This week you can win all of the following: World’s End Shadow The Pilgrims The Detainee The Glass Republic The City’s Son The Child Eater Fearie Tales A Book of Horrors Unholy War Scarlet Tides Cemetery Girl All you have …

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A blog on omnibuses . . . cheap omnibuses

Earlier this month we announced one of our evil genius plans for world domination, otherwise known as eBook Omnibus Implementation. The idea was that from February, we would be releasing most of our completed series in eBook omnibus form. I am now very excited to confirm that from the 12th …

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Get Over the January Blues

Here at JFB towers we have decided to turn February into the month of giveaways in an attempt to help you get over the January Blues. We have big bundles of books to give away every week and this weeks bundles consists of: Traitor’s Blade Astra Seoul Survivors The City’s …

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On Evil Plans . . . or Bonuses and eBooks

As most of you probably know, Jo Fletcher Books, having been bought by Hachette last year, has gone through some changes recently. These changes mean that I have a few more jobs to do . . . and this in turn means (obviously) that I am IN CONTROL OF EVERYTHING, …

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Editing Nightmares and Editing Dreams

This Friday will mark the start of FantasyCon 2014. For those of you who are unaware of what this is, it is the annual convention run by the British Fantasy Society. This year we’ll be in York along with Guests of Honour Kate Elliott, Charlaine Harris, Toby Whithouse and Larry …

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Books, readings and so much more (Brownies)

  Tom Pollock and Jo Fletcher Books would like to invite you to come and celebrate the launch of Our Lady of the Streets with us THIS Thursday (7 August) at Forbidden Planet London. ‘Vivid, inventive – and truly weird.’ Daily Mail Ever since Beth Bradley found her way into …

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