Latest Richard Blake now out! Bliss is it in this dawn to be alive….

The Sword of Damascus (Aelric)


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Print List Price: £19.99
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9 responses to “Latest Richard Blake now out! Bliss is it in this dawn to be alive….

  1. Sorry about the awful formatting here, but I don’t seem able to clean it up without deleting the picture of what I say – without having any personal axe to grind – is an outstanding book cover. Hats off, I say, to Hodder & Stoughton!

  2. I will have to go and get one. Great cover, I have to agree.

  3. Thanks David. Mr Blake will put your signed copy in the post tomorrow.

  4. Oh, but you might consider a certain rearrangement of the displays in Waterstones, where the staff sometimes fail to show off the works of critically-acclaimed and internationally best-selling historical novelists as justice might require.

  5. If the rest of the book is as good as the bit above, I’ll by it!

  6. If the rest is as good as the bit above, I’ll buy it!

  7. The comments are screwed up as well

    While I’m writing, have you considered writing something for the self-help section. Your prev article mentioned being depressed, fat, lonely and broke in 1985. A book about how you shrugged such problems off and became a thin, married and successful author might be of interest to the public.

    Also if you are switching to SF ,a quality space opera in the style of the great Jack Vance (preferably with a more heroic hero who deals out violence to evildoers instead of being on the receiving end of it in a cowardly and inept fashion).

    Just a thought
    Ta very much.

  8. Oh, but you flatter me!

  9. Er, there seems to be a mass of Javascript pasted in…