Black Friday/Cyber Monday Sale Begins Today

Black Friday/Cyber Monday Sale Begins Today

Hi Grim Oak Community,

The one time a year we discount begins in one hour!

That's right. At 11AM PT, in one hour, the Grim Oak Press Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals will begin. It's a four day event that lasts through Monday. As I said two weeks ago, we are doing things a little differently this year. Here's what:

  • 10% off in-stock undamaged books using coupon code BFCM2021
  • Heavy discounts on our damaged stock

The 10% off in-stock books should be pretty obvious. It does not include slipcases or clamshells since our margins are so narrow on those. For the heavy discounts on damaged stock, these are really great titles. Most of the damages are small because we are careful with our quality control. These books aren't part of their numbered/lettered runs, but they will look great on your shelf and make great reading copies or gifts. At 11AM PT, the Black Friday and Cyber Monday banner added to the top of the website will take you directly to the damaged collection page featuring our titles. One important note: Only one copy per damaged title per household!

One note: The 10% coupon discount will not apply to the damaged books as the damaged books are already super discounted.

One other note: If you are ordering books to gift loved ones during this holiday season, please use Priority Mail shipping in the United States and DHL shipping for outside the United States. These two mailing services have a far better chance of arriving to you in time for your gift-giving pleasure.

What do I recommend for your Black Friday and Cyber Monday buying? Elegy For Darkness by Jacqueline Carey & Donato, because it's such a gorgeous book and great epic fantasy. Dragonsbane by Barbara Hambly & Michael Whelan, because it is the book that got Brandon Sanderson reading fantasy and he's signed our copies too (there's also an unsigned edition for $35!). Wizard of the Pigeons by Megan Lindholm (Robin Hobb) & Tommy Arnold, because it led to such urban fantasy as Dresden Files by Jim Butcher and Word/Void by Terry Brooks. And finally, Street Freaks by Terry Brooks and Marc Simonetti, because it's a rousing SF thriller and we don't have many copies left.

And finally, a huge thank you from House Speakman and House Lawson. We are proud to be part of such a wonderful community of SF&F readers. We have a lot to be thankful for and it all starts with you.

With magic and love,

Shawn Speakman
Publisher & Creative Director

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