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 Livak for the sequel, at her blog. Other than that, you can buy the book in our store. It will appear in other stores in the coming days.
The remaining three novels in the Tales of Einarinn series will be released by us in the coming months.
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:
All of the revenue from Colinthology goes direct to charity (Above & Beyond). You can see the full table of contents here.
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 more we recommend you read her blog post about the release. Other than that, you can buy the book in our store. It will appear in other stores next week.
The other four novels in the Tales of Einarinn series will be released by us in the coming months.
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 anthology dedicated to the late Colin Harvey. Colin was the editor of the first book we ever published — Dark Spires.
The Colinthology is edited by Joanne Hall and Roz Clarke (both of whom had stories in Dark Spires). It contains stories by Colin’s friends, many of which have been inspired by memories of Colin in some way. The cover is by Andy Bigwood, who also did the Dark Spires cover.
Colinthology will be ebook only for now, primarily because of the the major aims of the project is to raise money for the charity that Colin volunteered for, Above and Beyond. Our time, and that of the editors and authors, is being donated free. We are hoping to have copies available for sale at BristolCon, at which Colin will be Ghost of Honour. In the meantime, here is the Table of Contents, which Jo and Roz blogged about at the weekend.
- Biz Be Biz – Gareth L Powell and Paul Graham Raven
- The Man Down the Road – Nick Walters
- A Tale from the Shakespeare Tavern – Ian Millsted
- Professor Cornelius J Montague’s Spectacular Spirit Safari – Scott Lewis
- An American Were-Hypnotist in Bristol – Andy Bigwood
- Bigger Than Jesus – Bob Neilson
- Newfangled – K G Jewell
- They’re Watching you – Andy Gibb
- Looking for a Knight in Shining Armour – Sylvia Spruck Wrigley
- The Spell Misspelled – Stephanie Burgis
- There in the Detail – Tony Ballantyne
- A Better-Bred (TM) Woman Makes Good Her Escape – Sharon K Reamer
- Made Things – Roz Clarke
- Store of the Gods – Steve Westcott
- Lukewarm in Lynhelm – Joanne Hall
- Not So Dark Horizons – Raven Dane
- Buzz Nausea, King of the Aircraft Men – John Hawkes-Reed
- Buffalito of Mars – Lawrence M Schoen
- Natural Selection – Joshua Peterson
- John and Lee Down by The G’Star – Rob Rowntree
- The Big Reveal – Jonathan L Howard
And here’s a peek at the cover art.
We are delighted to announce that we will be publishing ebook editions of the award-winning AngeLINK series by Lyda Morehouse. The full press release is available here.
We are delighted to report that our books are now available from the Robot Trading Company.
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 on a deadly collision course with a journeyman blacksmith with most unexpected skills. In time, the country of Lescar will explode in bloody revolution, but before that comes this classic novella from Juliet E. McKenna. Turns & Chances was originally published as a stand-alone novella by PS Publishing. The paper edition is out of print, but as of next week it will be available again from us in ebook format.
The ebook edition uses the same magnificent Edward Miller cover art as the paper edition. It also includes an introduction by Chaz Brenchley explaining the insights that led to the Chronicles of the Lescari Revolution series.
Juliet talks about the book on her personal blog.
Our congratulations to Juliet E. McKenna whose short story collection, A Few Further Tales of Einarinn, is available today. You can buy it from us here.
The book will be available via Amazon (Kindle) and Barnes & Noble (Nook) later today.
We are pleased to announce that our ebook store is back online. This is especially good news as Juliet McKenna’s new book is due out tomorrow. We’ll let you know as soon as it is available. In the meantime, here’s another of our books.