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The Green Man’s Foe Available for Pre-Order

The Green Man’s Foe Available for Pre-Order

We are delighted to announce that The Green Man’s Foe, the latest contemporary fantasy from Juliet E. McKenna, is available for pre-order from Amazon and Kobo. (The links are to the UK stores, but the book is available internationally). The book will be released on August 15th (the first day of Worldcon). The paperback and hardcover editions have gone off to the printer and we anticipate having copies available in Dublin.

Meet the Green Man’s Foe

Meet the Green Man’s Foe

The sequel to Juliet E. McKenna’s best-selling novel, The Green Man’s Heir, is well underway. Here’s a brief taster of what you can look forward to from The Green Man’s Foe. When you do a good job for someone, there’s a strong chance they’ll offer you more work or recommend you elsewhere. So Daniel Mackmain isn’t particularly surprised when his boss’s architect brother asks for his help on a historic house renovation in the Cotswolds. Except Dan’s a dryad’s son,…

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Submissions Open: Airship 2

Submissions Open: Airship 2

Update: submission deadline extended to May 14th as Jo & Roz are moving home. 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 and many of the original team have expressed an interest in doing a second book. We have put a core team together again, including editors Joanne…

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Forthcoming in 2015 – Colin Harvey Novels

Forthcoming in 2015 – Colin Harvey Novels

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 on this. Initially we will be issuing new ebook editions of the two novels. The books will be as originally published, but will include new introductions by Gareth L. Powell and Lee Harris. Chris Moore has agreed to provide us…

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Released Today – The Swordsman’s Oath

Released Today – The Swordsman’s Oath

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…

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Colinthology Worldwide

Colinthology Worldwide

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 & Noble Kobo Amazon US Amazon UK and other Amazon stores around the world All of the revenue from Colinthology goes direct to charity (Above & Beyond). You can see the full table of contents here.

Released Today – The Thief’s Gamble

Released Today – The Thief’s Gamble

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…

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Coming Soon – The Colinthology

Coming Soon – The Colinthology

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…

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