Dead of Night in Print

Posted: June 9, 2010 in Dead of Night, publishing
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Hot on the heels of Monday’s release of the PDF version of Dead of Night, I’m pleased to announce that the print copies are now in. For the time being, they’re only available to buy direct from me – you can see a new “Shop” link at the top of the page, and from there a “Buy Now” button. The price is £15 and the link includes £2.50 postage.

Buying a print copy also gets you  a copy of the PDF – if you supply your email address when you buy it I’ll send you a link for the PDF shortly afterwards. You can, of course, still buy the PDF separately.

The book will, sooner or later, be available from IPR if those of you stateside want to wait for it to be available there.

  1. Kev says:

    Hi Andrew,

    Fantastic, ordered and paid.



  2. Kev says:

    Hi Andrew

    You should put a warning on the cover of the pdf version, I looked away from the screen and scrolled down when I turned back all I saw was the face, blimey that made me jump and I’m a difficult person to scare.

    Looks fantastic it really does and everything is in a much more user friendly easy to find place. I’ve not done a proper read through, I’m going to wait for the hard copy to arrive. Not this weekend but hopefull next I shall get a game of the 2nd edtion run. The art is excellent and I love it, I did like the look of the 1st edition but this is fantastic.

    You should be really proud of yourselves for all the work thats gone into the 2nd edition.

    Well done and I’m really glad I’ve stuck with ‘Dead of Night’, what next scernario books and extras??? Maybe a bit of rest first. I think T&T will be resting much more again now.

    When I’ve done a proper read though I shall put a review together.



    • andrewkenrick says:

      That picture was almost the cover too, which would have been even more terrifying!

      There are vague plans for a supplement of some kind – what would you like to see in such a book?

  3. Scott Dorward says:

    I love that picture, but it wouldn’t feel like Dead of Night unless there was a werewolf on the cover. 🙂

  4. Paul says:

    Bloody fur!

  5. Kev says:

    Have to agree if you ever do any more editions then the werewolf is a must for the cover.

    As for what to include in a supplement, that’s a difficult one. It’s pretty jam packed full of ideas and covers a wider array of than the 1st edition. One idea may be to have a small specific sci-fi supplement but you already cover some sci-fi ideas included. When I’ve had a full read I shall get back to you on that.

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