Signing off for Christmas
What a year it’s been: full of events and, sadly, many more of them bad than good (any year that starts off with the death of David Bowie has really not got off on the best foot). To be honest, we’re quite glad it’s over; we could do with a drink. Before we sign off, […]Read More
Announcing: The Gateway Essentials!
You’ll have seen some new cover styles popping up wherever you buy your eBooks and you might have wondered what, if anything, they meant? We’re glad you asked! This week, we launch a new initiative on the SF Gateway: the Gateway Essentials. There are now more than 3,000 titles in the SF Gateway. Our aim […]Read More
SF Gateway Expands
We are delighted to announce the addition of some of the world’s finest SF & Fantasy authors to Gateway! As some of you may know, Gateway’s parent company is the Orion Publishing Group. Orion is, in turn, owned by the Hachette UK Group, which also owns Little, Brown, Hodder & Stoughton and Headline publishers, among […]Read More
The SF Gateway Xmas Sale is Here!
As mentioned last week, the 2014 SF Gateway Xmas Sale will be a bit different this year. We’ve decided to take our curational duties seriously, this festive period, and will be putting forward a suggested 15 Authors You Should Read in 2015. To be clear: these aren’t the only authors you should read in 2015. […]Read More
The SF Gateway Xmas Sale is Coming . . .
It may have escaped some people’s attention (and, to be clear, we’re referring to those who have spent the last few months trapped in nuclear bunkers or marooned on remote Pacific islands) but the festive period is upon us. Trees are being decorated, wine mulled, cards written, thinly-veiled-excuses-for-a-drink taken up and businesses engaging in an […]Read More
Picking Up Speed
You might have noted – with some frustration – that the SF Gateway website has been slowing down of late; we certainly have. And if it’s frustrating for us, we can only imagine how annoying it is for you. But fear not! Help is at hand! Our excellent coding elves have been delving deep into […]Read More
Apologies: Data Feed Error
Many apologies to those who were expecting to be able to find a tranche of new titles published at the end of last week – including a batch of books by the late, great Robert Sheckley. We seem to have suffered a data feed error, so the information that poweres the SF Gateway website hasn’t […]Read More
SF Gateway Title Schedule Update
Some blog posts are interesting. We’d like to think that most of ours fall under that category – and if you’re reading this, we guess you’d agree (we hope so, anyway!). Some blog posts are less interesting (and, in the interests of self awareness and honesty, we’d have to fess up to being responsible for […]Read More
Hellos and Goodbyes
A couple of changes are coming up for the SF Gateway website from next month: one presaged last year and one a response to circumstances. So, as noted when the Xmas Sale started last year, it’s ‘hello again’ to the Author of the Month slot, which will continue much as it left off in December, […]Read More
We’re Baaaacckkk . . .
Good day to you, sentient lifeforms everywhere. The SF Gateway is back, you’ll be pleased/shocked/indifferent to hear [delete as appropriate]. Although 2014 is already six days old, we’re going to move trough the gears at a sedate pace this week, with a view to being back at cruising speed next week. So there’ll be a […]Read More
2013 Christmas Sale!
Friends! Romans! Countrymen! Lend me your ears. I come to bury Caesar not to . . . er . . . look, to be perfectly honest, that conceit kind of breaks down at this point – and that’s before we even consider the difficulties of being stabbed in the rotunda – so do you mind […]Read More
Hearty cheers resound throughout the futuristic-yet-comfortingly-retro corridors of Gateway Towers at the news that we have just published our 2,000th eBook! And our 2,001st. and 2,002nd. And . . . well, you get the picture. We’re very pleased. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg – we’ve got another hundred titles coming in July […]Read More