Category Archives: Books
Wizard’s Tower Press is delighted to announce open submissions for a new anthology, Airship Shape & Bristol Fashion 2: Rail, Sea and Sky. The first Airship Shape & Bristol Fashion book has now sold over 800 copies in all formats … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that we will shortly be publishing Shadow Histories of the River Kingdom, a brand new book by Juliet E. McKenna. For full details see the press release.
The Assassin’s Edge, the fifth and final volume of Juliet E. McKenna’s Tales of Einarinn is now available in ebook format. To learn more about the book, and the rest of the series, see Juliet’s website.
We are delighted to announce that we have acquired the rights to the late Colin Harvey’s two novels: Winter Song and Damage Time. Our thanks to Kate Harvey, to Angry Robot and to Colin’s agents, Zeno, for working with us … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that The Swordsman’s Oath, the second of Juliet E. McKenna’s Tales of Einarinn series, is now available as an ebook. Juliet talks about the book, and why she chose to focus on Ryshad rather than … Continue reading
We are pleased to report that Colinthology is now available in a wide range of stores. You can find it (and all of our other books) in the following stores: Wizard’s Tower Books Weightless Books The Robot Trading Company Barnes … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that The Thief’s Gamble, the first of Juliet E. McKenna’s Tales of Einarinn series, is now available as an ebook. Juliet is, of course, the expert on the book, so if you want to learn … Continue reading
Our next book to go on sale will be Juliet McKenna’s The Thief’s Gamble, the first part of our project to digitize her backlist. Cheryl has blogged about it here. However, soon after that we will be publishing a new … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that we have acquired the rights to publish ebook English language editions of the five-volume Tales of Einarinn series by Juliet E. McKenna. To see the full press release, click here.
Common cause unites a duke’s beautiful mistress, a stable lad, a goodwife, a priest, the bereft mother of an infant son and guild masters weary of seeing apprentices drafted into brutish militias. Conflicting loyalties set a duke’s dutiful bastard son … Continue reading