Sunday SF round-up: James Bond, NaNoWriMo, British Fantasy Society

Welcome, welcome. You’ve come to the right place for three Sunday morning quirky SF links. Read with your coffee and croissants:

Casino Royale has topped the UK's first chart which unites sales of games, books, DVDs and music in one place. It’s run by the Entertainment Retailers Association. The top six products were all DVDs, and James Bond hit the top slot with 2.3 million sales. Check out the BBC story here .

SFSignal points us toward the nominations for this year’s British Fantasy Society’s awards, which are now revealed on the official site . The Lies of Scott Lamora (SFX readers’ favourite book of last year, according to our own awards) is one of the nominees.

It’ll be here sooner than you think: National Novel Writing Month will see people all over the world try to write 50,000 words during November. Why not sign up ?

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