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Mike Ward

DestinyQuest 3 – are you ready for the challenge?

The Eye of Winter’s Fury is the third entry in the best-selling DestinyQuest gamebook series. We asked the series creator, Michael J. Ward, for some top tips to help readers prepare for this exciting new instalment in the epic fantasy saga. Over to you Mike… ‘FOOLISH MORTALS! Yes, it is I – the gamesmaster of […]

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DestinyQuest – Michael J. Ward part two and a competition

This month saw the release of The Heart of Fire, the second DestinyQuest choose-your-own-adventure title, in mass market paperback. Mike Ward, the author, discusses the benefits of patching… Click here to read the first part of this post, and we also have a competition below.  Once a document hits the printers, that is it – there […]

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DestinyQuest – Michael J. Ward on working in print

This month saw the release of The Heart of Fire, the second DestinyQuest choose-your-own-adventure title, in mass market paperback. Here the author, Mike Ward, discusses the benefits of a second release… The devil’s in the detail… (part one) The bug. The glitch. The exploit. These are the horrors that keep game developers and coders awake […]

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Just say… ‘yes’

This week see the release of the second of Michael J. Ward’s innovative and immersive game books, DestinyQuest 2: the Heart of Fire. We at Gollancz are hugely excited to be publishing this series, which takes the classic Fighting Fantasy gameplay of our youth and updates it for the Warcraft generation. Today we have a […]

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Dabbling with Destiny

I’ve often been asked if I could imagine DestinyQuest as a computer game; after all, video games were the main inspiration for my gamebook series. I usually answer with a most affirmative nod and then proceed to reel off a shopping list of all the ‘cool things’ I’d love to see amalgamated into a game […]

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