The Annual Boxing Day Sale

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EDIT: Now with an added sale on Vaka Rangi Volume 1.

Do people still get e-readers for Christmas? Well whether or not they do, it's time for Eruditorum Press's annual post-Christmas sale, in which I merrily slash prices on a bunch of books for a week. As always, sale books are distributed via Smashwords - just click the links below and use the coupon codes provided at checkout to get the books at the listed prices.

First we've got the marquee sale - a 20% discount on Eruditorum Press's brand new release, The Last War in Albion Volume 1 to take the price down to $3.99. That's available with the coupon FV43Q, and has a download link at the end to get the version with added images free of charge. 

Second of all, we've taken $4 off on both Guided by the Beauty of Their Weapons, my collection on science fiction and fascism in 2015, and A Golden Thread, my history of Wonder Woman. 

Guided by the Beauty of Their Weapons$2.99, coupon code HB53S

A Golden Thread$3.99, coupon code JU28D

Finally, we've got all six volumes of TARDIS Eruditorum at $2.99 each. 

TARDIS Eruditorum Volume 1 (William Hartnell): Coupon code ER93J

TARDIS Eruditorum Volume 2 (Patrick Troughton)Coupon code CH66F

TARDIS Eruditorum Volume 3 (Jon Pertwee)Coupon code WD76X

TARDIS Eruditorum Volume 4 (Tom Baker Part 1)Coupon code BX77K

TARDIS Eruditorum Volume 5 (Tom Baker Part 2)Coupon code KP89K

TARDIS Eruditorum Volume 6 (Peter Davison & Colin Baker)Coupon code HX33W

Enjoy, and thanks again for another year of support. Eruditorum Press wouldn't be what it is without you. Which, arguably, you should feel bad about. But I certainly don't. 

Should have a Doctor Mysterio review up some time tomorrow. 

EDIT: Josh has also kindly thrown Vaka Rangi Volume 1 up for sale at 33% off, via the coupon code RT65R.

Comments

mr_mond 7 months ago

Perfect, I can complete my TARDIS Eruditorum collection (I was missing volumes 2 and 3). Merry Christmas and thanks for running this blog.

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AntonB 7 months ago

That's a generous and tempting discount. I love how your magickal response to the imminent eschaton manifests as barely closeted capitalism Doctor Phil. ;)

Thanks also for answering my Boxing Day question even though the answer was, inevitably, depressing.

May I wish you and all the Eruditoriumistas a much happier new year than the one we've just had.

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Granny Roberta 6 months, 4 weeks ago

I concede that you aren't my dancing monkey, but I only came over to this site to find out when I can get Tardis Eruditorum Vol 7. That was months ago! I understand it's all mostly written and you just need to put it together into a book.
Vols 1-6 were very weird. I enjoyed them tremendously. But after Vol 7 would be a much better break point than before Vol 7.

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Phil Sandifer 6 months, 4 weeks ago

I've answered this elsewhere, but basically, although yes, I have a near-finished first draft of Volume 7, there's still a huge amount of work between that and a finished book. I need to

1) Write about 10,000 words of new material that has to be fitted amidst weekly blogging, Last War in Albion, finishing the Neoreaction a Basilisk book, and any other projects I'm working on.
2) Do a revision pass on all of it. Volume 7 will be the longest volume to date, so that's no small feat.
3) Have an external copyeditor do a pass on all of it. This takes several months.
4) Do another revision pass.
5) Another round of edits too.
6) Have James do a cover.

This process didn't get started in 2016 because most of the year was eaten by Last War in Albion and my writing Neoreaction a Basilisk.

So mid-2017 is the answer to your question.

It's not a matter of break points - I'm not expecting the gap between Volume 7 and Volume 8 to be unusually large or anything. It's a matter of "I'm a one man operation and TARDIS Eruditorum isn't the only thing on my plate." Bottlenecks happen.

But thank you for your very kind concession that I'm not your dancing monkey.

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Granny Roberta 6 months, 3 weeks ago

I'm a little too old to be fan-squeeing at your generous reply, but the impulse definitely exists.
In case you doubted, the dancing monkey remark was meant with humor and admiration.

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