The hardcover edition of my fantasy novella To Blackfyre Keep – Book Four of the Seven Swords – is now shipping from Subterranean Press. Thanks to everyone who bought a pre-order. The special tray case edition has sold out but there are still copies of the signed and numbered hardcover available. Order from the Subterranean Press Website.
The book is also out in ebook from: Amazon.com* – Nook – Apple Books – Kobo – Subterranean Press
The kindle version doesn’t seem to have filtered out to the UK Amazon store yet – I’ll update the links in due course.
Also, no word on the audiobook yet, but I’ll post as soon as it becomes available.
I know many of you were expecting this to come out last month and can only apologise for the delay which was due to lingering pandemic related issues with Subterranean Press’s printing and distribution side.
Many thanks to everyone at Subterranean for making this happen, and, as always, to Didier Graffet for the wonderful cover illustration. You can view more of his work here.
For any newcomers to this series click the links below for details of the first three volumes:
I’ll be running a mailing list giveaway for signed copies of To Blackfyre Keep later this month when my author copies turn up, so sign up to the list (if you haven’t already) to make sure you don’t miss out.
GUYIME—DEMON CURSED WIELDER OF THE NAMELESS BLADE—FOLLOWS THE TRAIL OF THE FABLED SEVEN SWORDS INTO THE TROUBLED NORTHLANDS, A REALM WHERE HE WAS ONCE CALLED KING…AND RAVAGER.
Magically guided to enlist in the retinue of a lovesick knight, Guyime and his companions journey to the haunted ruin of Blackfyre Keep, a castle legend tells cannot be held. But a far deadlier threat than mere ghosts awaits. An ancient evil has been conjured and to defeat it Guyime may be forced to become the monster he used to be—the Ravager reborn.
Continuing the epic adventure of The Seven Swords, To Blackfyre Keep is an enthralling tale of creeping menace and pulse pounding action from New York Times bestselling author of the Raven’s Shadow and Draconis Memoria trilogies.