The UK paperback edition of The Martyr – Book Two in the Covenant of Steel trilogy – will be released on April 13th. To celebrate I’m giving away five signed copies to existing mailing list subscribers and anyone who joins the list before midnight GMT on April 12th.
To enter go here to join the mailing list.
The giveaway is open to all readers worldwide. If you’ve already signed up, you’re automatically entered.
Winners will be chosen and notified on April 13th. Remember to check your spam folders to make sure you don’t miss out on a prize.
Order The Martyr UK paperback here: Amazon.co.uk – Waterstones – Hive
For other formats visit the book page.
In other news, the blurb for my post-apocalyptic thriller Red River Seven (to be published in October under the pseudonym AJ Ryan) has now gone up on the Amazon US and UK pre-order pages:
Internationally bestselling fantasy author Anthony Ryan – writing as A. J. Ryan – delivers a nerve-shredding thriller in which seven strangers must undertake a terrifying journey into the unknown.
A man awakes on a boat at sea with no memory of who he is or how he came to be there. He’s not alone – there are six others. None of them can remember their names, but all bear the scars of recent surgery.
When a message appears on the onboard computer – Proceeding to Point A – the group agrees to work together to survive whatever is coming.
But as the boat moves through the mist-shrouded waters, divisions begin to form, and the group is plagued by questions. Who is directing them, why have their memories been wiped, and – most crucially of all – what are the screams they can hear beyond the mist?
Pre-order the paperback here: Amazon.com – Amazon.co.uk – Waterstones
Pre-order links for the ebook and audio editions haven’t appeared yet. I’ll update when they do. Also, watch this space for a cover reveal, hopefully soon.
For those who can’t get enough of my half-baked opinions, I did a podcast interview recently with fellow fantasist Stephen Aryan which can be viewed here:
And finally, I contributed a clip to this ensemble of scribblers offering advice for any aspiring writers out there: