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New Cover for the UK

The good folks at Harper Collins Voyager, my publishers in the United Kingdom and Australia, have informed me that they've changed the cover for the forthcoming DANCE WITH DRAGONS hardcover.

They've decided to go with the same cover art as on the American edition, though the design and background colors will vary.

Here's the old UK cover:


And here's the new one:


I know the long delay with DANCE has frustrated many of you... but hey, it's certainly provided a lot of gainful employment for book designers and cover artists. I wonder if I deserve a line in the Guinness Book of World Records: the unpublished book with the most covers.

This one should stick, though.

July 12. Coming soon.
Tags: dance with dragons, voyager
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