Today is Super Tuesday in the United States, a day when people have the honor to vote in primaries and caucuses in 14 states.
Over at Grim Oak Press, Jeff and I decided to celebrate democracy with a Super Tuesday Super Sale! We have copies of Lord Foul’s Bane, Elegy for Darkness, and Red Queen’s War coming late this week and we need to make room in our Grim Oak Press warehouse for all of those new books. Some trade hardcovers and limited editions are on sale. I also decided to discount ebooks for the Unfettered and Unbound anthologies and Street Freaks (did you know this book is available in ebook worldwide now?)!
Here are links for you to click:
- Street Freaks Trade Hardcover Unsigned by Terry Brooks ($10)
- Street Freaks Trade Hardcover Signed by Terry Brooks ($15)
- Street Freaks Limited Edition Double-Signed ($50)
- Unfettered II ($20)
- Unfettered II Rare ARC ($20)
- Unfettered III ($20)
- Unfettered III Rare ARC ($20)
- ECCC Unfettered III Exclusive Edition ($20)
- Unbound ($20)
- The Dark Thorn ($10)
- The Twilight Dragon ($10)
EBOOKS (linked to Kindle below but these are also on Nook, Kobo, iTunes)
- Street Freaks ($6.99)
- Unfettered ($2.99)
- Unfettered II ($2.99)
- Unfettered III ($2.99)
- Unbound ($2.99)
- The Dark Thorn ($2.99)
- The Twilight Dragon ($2.99)
Take advantage of this. If you already have these, help spread word in the SF&F community! These items will no longer be discounted on April 1st. That’s no joke!
Also, I know there are a lot of Terry Brooks fans here on The Signed Page. Do not forget about your slipcases for the limited editions of Shannara, which we now have slipcases in stock for The Sword of Shannara, The Elfstones of Shannara, and The Wishsong of Shannara. Perfect to protect your lovely copies.
And as usual, thank you for your trust in The Signed Page as well as Grim Oak Press. If you have any questions, we are here for you.
Super Best Wishes,
2 thoughts on “Grim Oak Super Tuesday Super Sale”
Any chance you will be offering signed copies of ‘The Book of the Ice’ series by Mark Lawrence?
Zero chance, sadly. While I’d love to do that, it’s painfully difficult to get books back and forth from the UK.