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.
Here’s the cover of the brand new short story collection from Juliet E. McKenna that we will be publishing next week. The book should be available on the 27th. As to the content, it is best to let Juliet talk about it herself. You can learn more on her blog.
We are delighted to announce that this year we will be publishing a short fiction collection by the popular British fantasy writer, Juliet E. McKenna. For full details see the press release here.
We are delighted to see that Jeapes Japes has received a nice review over at The Future Fire.
We are delighted to announce that our online store is now able to stock a wonderful collection of ebooks by Aqueduct Press, producers of some of the finest feminist science fiction. The full press release is available here. All Aqueduct titles are available at 25% off until the end of Monday January 24th.
For Kindle owners out there we are pleased to announce that copies of Dark Spires are now available in the Kindle store, both in the US and UK. Obviously it is better for us if you buy the book direct from our store, but for US customers the Amazon price is somewhat lower because our store is currently unable to price in dollars and PayPal adds a currency conversion fee. For customers in other countries the relative prices will depend on how much sales tax Amazon adds, and on what exchange rate they are using. UK customers can currently save a whole penny by buying from Amazon.
We are delighted to announce that we have just added a bunch of titles from Prime Books, including Lightspeed Magazine, to the Wizard’s Tower online store. What’s more, they are all on sale. A full press release is available here.
Cheryl Morgan of Wizard’s Tower Press is also the non-fiction editor of Clarkesworld Magazine, from Wyrm Publishing. Clarkesworld has been doing very well in this year’s major awards. One of their stories, “Spar” by Kij Johnson, won a Nebula Award. The magazine itself won a Hugo Award. And the magazine is also nominated for a World Fantasy Award.