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Amazon has put The Broken Eye on their 2014 Best Science Fiction and Fantasy List! Check it out:
Of course, since you’re here on my website, you probably already know about my books. The great thing about a list like this is that it will give you all sorts of ideas for other great books.
Barnes & Noble has just released a list of the season’s best new science fiction and fantasy — and The Broken Eye is on it!
We received many excellent entries. Though we didn’t have space to include every submission in this post, many thanks to all who participated! There was much gnashing of teeth, several fist fights, and one trip to the ER as we calmly and rationally debated the merits of each costume.
First, we had the smart-alecks. Of course we did:
Fourth Place (Nick C.):
Third place (Ollie O.):
Second place (Nicola R.):
Grand Prize Winner (Dominika P.):
I’ll be sending each of you a Lightbringer bookplate! (Click to enlarge — for some reason with the larger files you’ll need to click and then click again.)
So what do you think? Did we get it right or did we mess up? Let us know over in poll –> and we’ll send a special prize to the fan favorite. (We’ll close that poll for voting purposes next Monday.)
Graphic Audio’s The Broken Eye is now available in its entirety. You can order the just-released Part 3 of 3 HERE.
Check out a sample below:
Many thanks to the friends and fans who sent us their pictures, posted them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter under #BrokenEyeTour! There were so many awesome photos, it was hard to choose just a few to post here, but here’s a selection (including some of the selfies Brent took on tour…). We also have a few lucky winners and will be sending them their complimentary t-shirts shortly!
Portland, Powell’s Books
Seattle, University Bookstore
San Francisco, Borderlands
San Diego, Mysterious Galaxy
Denver, Tattered Cover
Salt Lake City, The King’s English
Houston, Murder by the Book
Roseville, MN, Barnes & Noble
Joseph-Beth Booksellers, Cincinnati
Madison, Barnes & Noble
Salem, The Book Bin