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Marked for success

Posted by M J Ward on 13 January 2014

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When The Legion of Shadow was originally published by Gollancz, four exclusive bookmarks were made available to fans. These were only obtainable at conventions and through competitions, making them somewhat rare and highly sought after.

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Death becomes you

Posted by M J Ward on 21 November 2013

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Okay, I'll start with an apology. It’s been nearly five months without a proper news update (poor showing from me, sorry!) so I thought I’d give you a little treat – call it an early Xmas pressie if you will. A while back I mentioned that one of the upcoming features in DQ3 The Eye of Winter’s Fury is a new category of special ability. Well, it’s time to tear away the wrapping and take a glimpse at the sheer awesomeness of this new ability: the death move.

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Come back fighting!

Posted by M J Ward on 17 May 2013

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Well, Book Three is finally finished and off to the publishers. Now I have some (rare) time on my hands, I can start addressing some of the niggling things on my 'to-do' list The first of those is a DQ combat tracker!

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Portable for the masses

Posted by M J Ward on 28 March 2013

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As I mentioned in my previous news update, 11 April will see the release of the new (and final) edition of The Legion of Shadow. This is the Gollancz Mass Market Paperback – so the most obvious differences are size and weight. But flick past the cover and existing DQers will notice a few changes.

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To stand alone

Posted by M J Ward on 5 January 2013

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A question I’ve been asked a lot lately, particularly at my signing events for The Heart of Fire, is whether you can read the DestinyQuest books in any order or whether you should really start with Book One and play through sequentially. It’s a question that, I'm sure, should have a quick ‘yes/no’ answer but I always end up pulling my ‘constipated’ frown, chewing my lips and making ‘umming’ noises. It’s not an easy one to answer.

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