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The Blinding Knife cover reveal

Ooooh! Isn’t it pretty? Here is the final cover of The Blinding Knife:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I think that the colors are stunning–and with this series, that’s the most important thing. Lots of great drama here, too. Nice light and darkness to make the colors stand out even more–in my opinion, just a wonderfully striking cover. I did vote for a non-hooded man, but… well, win a lot, lose some. ūüėČ What do you think?

The Blinding Knife is book 2 of the Lightbringer Series, which began with The Black Prism. The Blinding Knife will be released in early September.

Oh, new poll on the right, too.

UPDATE: Doh! Forgot to give the artists credit! Big, big thanks to Lauren Panepinto, Shirley Green (photo), and Silas Manhood (photo illustration). UPDATE 2: links to artists’ pages.

Updated FAQ Page & New Poll

I’ve got a new-and-improved FAQ posted, completed with questions about The Seven Satrapies, Midcyru, and writing. There’s also a new outline with easy jump-down navigation so you don’t have to scroll through the entire post to find the answers you want. (Yay, CAPSLOCK!)

You can take a look HERE.

You’ll also notice there’s a new poll up, so take the chance to vote!

 

Discounted E-Books!

Did you break down and buy a Nook? Finally receive a Kindle for Christmas? Or just hoping to get an e-reader version of The Black Prism, even though you already own a hardcopy?

Good news! Orbit is offering a New Year’s E-Book Deal on The Black Prism. That’s right,¬†The Black Prism is¬†now available for just $2.99 on e-readers in the U.S.¬†from now until January 31, 2012.

If you’re in the U.K., we haven’t left you out! The Black Prism is¬†available for just¬†¬£1.99, though that offer is only good until 6 January, so you’ll want to buy your book sooner rather than later.

For U.S. readers, you can download your copy of The Black Prism for the Kindle, the Nook, Kobo, Sony E-Reader and Google Books. Or go here for a complete list of all e-book retailers that are offering the deal. (All these retailers should include the discount now or very soon.)

For U.K. readers, check out Amazon UK; the other retailers should have the same price soon, if they don’t already (Waterstone’s, WH Smith, etc.).

Enjoy!