The signed and numbered hardcover edition of ‘Unbound – Tales by Masters of Fantasy’ – which includes my story ‘The Hall of the Diamond Queen’ – is now available for pre-order from Grim Oak Press: http://grimoakpress.com/2015/04/15/open-pre-order-sn-of-unbound/.
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I’m very pleased to report Penguin Audio confirmed today that Steven Brand will be returning as narrator for the Queen of Fire audiobook. No pre-order pages yet, but watch this space. For more info on Steven, check out his IMDB page.
I’m running a giveaway on Goodreads for five copies of the UK mass-market paperback edition of Tower Lord, all signed, lined and dated. Ends 31st April. You can enter here: https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/133818-tower-lord
‘A Varur’. Published this month by Fumax Kiado. Thanks to my Hungarian translator Kalman Matolcsy and everyone at Fumax for making this happen, and to Frederic Perrin for the spectacular cover:
…Le Seigneur de la Tour. Published on 17th April 2015. Thanks to everyone at Bragelonne for making this happen.
Although I love all my foreign editions equally… that cover. Wow. Thanks to my Taiwanese publisher Fantasy Foundation for making this happen. This version will be available worldwide excluding mainland China.
Very pleased to announce that my story ‘The Hall of the Diamond Queen’ will now appear in the upcoming Unbound anthology from Grim Oak Press. Keen eyed readers will recall that this story was originally slated for inclusion in the sadly defunct Unveiled anthology and I’m grateful to Shawn Speakman at Grim Oak for finding a home for it.
Unbound will feature an introduction from Terry Brooks, cover and interior art by Todd Lockwood and twenty all new stories from the following authors:
David Anthony Durham
Jason M. Hough
Mary Robinette Kowal
Michael J. Sullivan
When I started all this if someone had told me I’d one day appear in a line-up like that I would’ve though they were very nice but also very deluded. An awful lot can happen in three years.
A release date for Unbound is yet to be set but it’s expected to appear in early summer 2015. Grim Oak Press will be taking pre-orders on their website from 1st March. In addition to the ebook and trade hardcover editions, there will also be two special editions; a hardcover Advance Review Copy limited to 250 copies and a signed & numbered leather-bound edition limited to 500 copies. Anyone who orders a trade hardcover or ARC edition in March will also receive a free copy of the ebook. I’m also told the above cover is just a placeholder and the final version will feature an all new illustration by the excellent Todd Lockwood.