Is Spring Clean one word, two words, or hyphenated? Unsure, and can’t be bothered to check, so apologies to any grammar/spelling police if I’m doing it all wrong.
Anyway, however the phrase (word?) is properly formulated, the website’s had a bit of a one. Most of the changes are so minor as to be of no interest to any but the most dedicated of website-watchers, but I’ll point to one or two that might be of interest:
Bloodheir now has its own page in the Books section, so publication must be drawing near. Well, three months isn’t exactly near, but neither is it far. As can be seen there (and all around the site, including in the banner up at the top), the final cover image has been settled upon, and I’m pleased with it. I think it’s the best variant of the (extremely good) illustration that’s previously been on show here and elsewhere, and complements Winterbirth‘s cover beautifully.
For Winterbirth cover completists, incidentally – and I know I’m probably the only one on the entire planet who actually falls into that category (but I’m allowed, right?) – the latest version of the cover for the US mass market paperback, due out in a couple of months, can be seen here, in the right side bar. Big black band. Striking, no?
And there’s a new map in the Gazetteer. Specifically, the one that will be appearing in Bloodheir. (And yes, anyone who’s been prowling the Winterbirth page on Facebook will already have seen it, so you don’t need to go look again. Unless you want to, in which case feel free.)