Monthly Archives: July 2019

The Wolf’s Call – Signed Hardcover and Hand Drawn Wolf Illustration Giveaway

The Wolf’s Call – Book I of The Raven’s Blade – is released in eight days. To mark the occasion I’m holding a giveaway for existing subscribers to my mailing list and anyone who subscribes between now and midnight GMT July 21st. 

1 first place winner will receive their choice of either a UK or US hardcover edition of The Wolf’s Call and a drawing of a wolf by my own fair hand (see below) signed and inscribed with your favourite quote from any of my books. 

4 second place winners will receive their choice of either a UK or US hardcover edition of The Wolf’s Call.

5 third place winners will receive a UK trade paperback The Wolf’s Call.

All books will be signed, lined and dated (with a personalised dedication if requested). Winners will be chosen at random and notified on July 22nd. Be sure to check your spam folders on the 22nd to make sure you haven’t missed out on a prize. 

Join the mailing list.

The Wolf’s Call will be released on July 23rd in ebook, audio, and hardcover in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand. Pre-order here:

Ebook:  Amazon.com  –  Amazon.co.uk  –  Kobo  –  Nook  –  iBooks  –  Google Play

Hardcover:  Amazon.com  –  Amazon.co.uk  –  Barnes & Noble  –  IndieBound  –  Waterstones

Audiobook:  Audible.com  –  Audible.co.uk  –  Amazon.com  –  Amazon.co.uk


‘Sandrunners – A Draconis Memoria Short Story’ Now a Mailing List Freebie and ‘Queen of Fire’ Gets a New Chinese Cover

‘Sandrunners – A Draconis Memoria Short Story’ is now available to download for free as a thank you to anyone who signs up to my mailing list.

Any readers of The Waking Fire curious as to what exactly happened during the oft-referred to Wittler Expedition, or anyone in search of an introduction to the Draconis Memoria world, should check it out. In this prequel story, newly graduated Blood-blessed Ethelynne Drystone accompanies the Sandrunners Independent Contractor Company on a dangerous mission to the Arradsian Interior, intent on finding the lair of the legendary White Drake.

Thanks to Aaron Randall for the cover art and design (aaronrandallart.com).

The story is also still available to buy as a standalone or as part of the Legends II Anthology in ebook and print.

In other news, the Chinese edition of Queen of Fire (Raven’s Shadow book 3) has a wonderful new cover.

The art is by Beijing based art duo Xiling who also produced the illustrations for the new Chinese editions of Blood Song and Tower Lord. You can view more of their work on their Artstation page

For more art inspired by my work check out the cover gallery


and ‘The Empire of Ashes’ in French is…

…’L’Empire des cendres’ – released today with yet another great cover by Didier Graffet. Thanks to everyone at my French publisher Bragelonne for making it happen.

Buy here:  Amazon.fr

Empire of Ashes French


‘The Wolf’s Call’ Named as an Amazon SFF Book of the Month for July

Many thanks to Amazon.com for choosing The Wolf’s Call as one of its science fiction and fantasy books of the month for July 2019. You can view the full list here.

Pre-order links on the book page.

It looks like Goldsboro Books has sold out of its signed and numbered hardcovers of The Wolf’s Call. Thanks to everyone who bought one and commiserations to those who missed out. I’ll be running another mailing list giveaway for both signed copies of both the UK and US editions so be sure to sign up to make sure you don’t miss out.

Some readers have requested a recap of the Raven’s Shadow trilogy to refresh their memory before diving in to Vaelin’s next adventure. There are plenty of reminders in the book to cover what has gone before but if anyone wants a detailed summary I can’t do better than the Raven’s Shadow Wiki. (Thanks to everyone who put this together).

Also, I know some of you have or intend to re-read the previous books, if so you might want to check out the reading order here to work out the best place to start.