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The Wolf’s Call – Signed UK Hardcovers Available at Goldsboro Books

Attention book collectors, Goldsboro Books in London are offering 250 signed, stamped and numbered copies of the UK hardcover first edition of The Wolf’s Call. Available on 1st of August but you can pre-order here:

https://www.goldsborobooks.com/product/the-wolfs-call-book-one-of-ravens-blade


The Wolf’s Call – UK Cover Reveal, Sample Chapter and ARC Giveaway

I’m very pleased to reveal the cover of the UK edition of The Wolf’s Call – Book One of the Raven’s Blade. Thanks to everyone at Orbit UK for making it happen.

You can now read a sample chapter from the book here

I’m also running a giveaway for three signed advance review copies of the book to existing subscribers to my mailing list and anyone who joins before midnight GMT on May 12th. The giveaway is open to all subscribers worldwide. Winners will be chosen and notified on May 13th. Click here to join the list.

The Wolf’s Call will be released on July 23rd.

Pre-order the ebook:  Amazon.com –  Amazon.co.uk –  Kobo –  Nook –  iBooks  –  Google Play

Pre-order the hardcover:  Amazon.com –  Amazon.co.uk –  Barnes & Noble –  IndieBound  –  Waterstones

Pre-order the audiobook:  Audible.com

For some more hints for what to expect in The Wolf’s Call and some general chat about writing fantasy you should check out my recent interview on the Books and Authors Fantasy Podcast. Also available on Apple Podcasts.  


‘The Wolf’s Call’ US Audiobook Pre-Order and ‘Raven’s Shadow’ Reading Order

I was pleased and surprised to find that the pre-order page for the US audiobook edition of The Wolf’s Call is already up on audible.com several months before it usually appears: https://www.audible.com/pd/The-Wolfs-Call-Audiobook/1984890816

Also, with the publication of The Wolf’s Call due in July, some people have been asking about the best reading order for the Raven’s Shadow series. To date, the series consists of three full-length novels, three novellas and one short story. As the novellas contain some mild spoilers for the novels, I’d recommend reading in the following order:

Blood Song

Tower Lord

Queen of Fire

The Lord Collector

A Duel of Evils

The Lady of Crows

Many Are the Dead

However, here’s the reading order if you want to follow the strict chronology of the overall narrative:

A Duel of Evils

Many Are the Dead

Blood Song

The Lord Collector

The Lady of Crows

Tower Lord

Queen of Fire

Check out the books page for where to buy.