New eBook and book releases for December 2012

Well the world might be ending soon according to several fantastical theories and prophecies, so it’s a great time to treat yourself to some new(ish) science fiction and fantasy books by yours truly.

Not so new books

The-Exiles-Violin-widget-sizeThe paperback version of The Exile’s Violin is now available on Amazon! If you thought the cover looked good as an eBook, wait until you see it in person. I can’t wait until my copies show up.

So if you’ve got a fan of science fiction, fantasy, or steampunk in your life, why not pick this up for them? Nothing says “Holiday Cheer” like murder, gun fights, conspiracies, and ancient magic, right?

New ebooks

And I know I’ve been talking about it for months, but I finally released Flowers of the Sky: The Collection on Amazon and Barnes & Noble the other day! It’s only available in electronic form because it’s a mini-collection that consists of one previously published short story and one brand-new, never-seen-before novelette.

Again, nothing says “Phony End of the World Conspiracy Theories” like a post-apocalyptic fantasy anthology! Grab a copy and leave a review today.

Other news

I’ve been working hard on revising Terraviathan (Tethys Chronicles Book II),and it’s in the hands of beta readers right now. Hopefully, I’ll have more info to announce soon.

Also in the works is a world book/reference guide for the world of The Exile’s Violin and Terraviathan. Right now there aren’t any plans to publish it, but I think it might be great to have all that info up on a companion website for the series. Stay tuned to this blog so you’ll be informed whenever I launch that.

Happy holidays everybody!

2 thoughts on “New eBook and book releases for December 2012

    • I started reading science fiction and fantasy in elementary school. I’d seen the Star Wars trilogy a dozen times with my grandma. That’s what hooked me. I started building Lego spaceships and coming up with stories for all the ships and the little figures inside them. I think Dune was my first real sci-fi book. I read it because my dad said he liked it.

      Steampunk kind of just happened. I like the retro visual aesthetic to it, and I wanted to write a story with airship battles and gunfights. That’s partly where The Exile’s Violin came from. I don’t care as much about the alternate history Victorian England aspects of steampunk. That stuff’s not as important.

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