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All winning bidders contacted

Just to let you know, we’ve now contacted all winning bidders via e-mail. Thank you to everyone who has already completed the payment process over at the justgiving site, and thank you too to everyone who has been kind enough … Continue reading

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Last Day

Time’s running out to bid on our auction items… at midnight tonight, the clock turns black, we turn into pumpkins and we will close to bids. We’ve said it before, but it can’t be said often enough: thank you to … Continue reading

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Bonus items now live

We told you we had more surprise items up our sleeves. We meant it. You’ll see that we’ve added several lovely new items this morning including convention tickests and more fantastic signed books – scroll through the site, or check … Continue reading

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Ro’s Top Picks

I cannot contain my excitement about the number of chances there are for fans to appear in their favourite author’s novels. The fans of genre are going to be peopling genre for the next few years, and I can barely … Continue reading

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Special bonus update…

We’ve got some exciting news this morning: first of all, Gareth Powell has added some fantastic extras to his donation (a signed copy of THE LAST REEF AND OTHER STORIES). Head over to the item listing to see what’s on … Continue reading

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Jenni’s top five (six… seven…) picks!

Jenni Hill is an editor at Solaris Books. She is one of the Genre for Japan organisers, and has put her own editing services up for auction here. I’m a big manga fan and always on the lookout for new … Continue reading

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Lou’s Top Picks

An appearance in Mike Shevdon’s next novel. Are you kidding me? That’s┬ábrilliant. I’ve been a huge fan of Mike’s since I heard about “Sixty-One Nails”, and I love his fresh take on urban fantasy, his clear narrative and his sharp … Continue reading

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