Thanks to Grimdark Magazine for publishing the new Raven’s Shadow novella The Lady of Crows, which is released today. Also many thanks to Jason Deem for the marvellous cover art – you can see more of Jason’s work here.
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The audiobook version of The Lady of Crows, an all new Raven’s Shadow novella, is now available on Audible.com, Audible.co.uk and the Apple iStore, narrated by Steven Brand. Thanks to everyone at Podium Publishing for making this happen. I may be biased but I think Steven really outdid himself with this one.
I’m pleased to announce that the new Raven’s Shadow Novella, The Lady of Crows, is now available for pre-order as part of Issue #10 of Grimdark Magazine or as a stand-alone audiobook from Podium Publishing. The audiobook will be released on January 3rd 2017 and the eBook version on 13th January.
Description: A quest for bloody vengeance forces Derla, a skilled veteran of the Varinshold underworld, into the service of arch schemer King Janus. Charged with protecting the renowned drunkard and cardsharp Sentes Mustor, Derla finds herself drawn into a high stakes game with the notorious criminal overlord known as One Eye.
Where to buy links below:
Congratulations to the three winners of the Unfettered II giveaway contest. The winners have been notified and will soon receive their free ebooks from Grim Oak Press. Commiserations to those who didn’t win but watch out for a signed Waking Fire hardcover giveaway closer to Christmas.
Unfettered II has also been selected as one of Amazon.com’s top five fantasy books of December 2016. Check out the full list at Omnivoracious – The Amazon Book Review.
In other news, the new Raven’s Shadow novella is nearing publication – check back for full details in the near future. For now I’ll just reveal the title: The Lady of Crows. Sign up for the mailing list to be sure you don’t miss the announcement.
Many thanks to the Campaign for the American Reader for featuring The Waking Fire on their blog, and for inviting me to take part in the ‘Page 69 test’, where I comment on the 69th page of the book and how fits in with the rest of the story and provide a few musings on casting choices should the book ever become a movie (I should stress that this is definitely not a possibility at this time).
In other Waking Fire news, I’ve compiled a list of reviews received so far below:
Mark Lawrence on Goodreads
Review on Publishers Weekly
Robert Bradley on the Huffington Post UK
Bob Milne on Beauty in Ruins
Silvia Paoletta on Darkest Sins
Ani Johnson on The Bookbag
Epic Levi on Epic Reads
LK Evans on BooksbyLKEvans
Andrew Mather on The Quill to Live
Philippa Mary on The Little Book Owl
Paul Fiander Audiobook review on Backwards Compatible
Maureen Beatrice on Maureen’s Books
And finally, for any Raven’s Shadow fans who ever wondered what it would be like to play Keschet, French reader Rémi has coded up a free-to-play online version which you find here: http://remi.apps-web.net/Keschet/Keschet. Rémi tells me he’s still working on it so expect a few bugs. Also, it’s not networked so both players will need to be on the same computer and the rules are all in French. Still, it’s fun to see something I’ve written come to life and many thanks to Rémi for taking the time and trouble to make it happen.