Tuesday, December 1, 2015

The Labyrinth of Flame is out in ebook!

Today marks the release of The Labyrinth of Flame in ebook: it's now available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Itunes, and more. If you're one of the Kickstarter backers patiently awaiting a trade paperback copy, I have more good news: I heard this morning from the printing company that the print run is complete and the books are shipping out to me today. Soon as I get them, I'll be signing and shipping as fast as I can!

In the meantime, if you're looking for more awesome books to read, here's a few other excellent choices that released today:

Carol Berg's Ash and Silver, 2nd in her Sanctuary duology. I read this book in draft form (Carol's a critique partner of mine) and I can assure you it is awesome. Tons of magic and action and plot twists combined with Carol's signature depth of characterization.

Ian Tregillis's The Rising, 2nd in his Alchemy Wars series. I haven't read this yet but based on the excellence of Ian's other books, I'm confident it's a great read.

Unbound anothology - short stories from an impressive lineup of fantasy authors, including Mazarkis Williams, Mark Lawrence, Mary Robinette Kowal, Jim Butcher, Rachel Caine, Joe Abercrombie, Seanan McGuire, Brian Staveley, Tim Marquitz, and a whole lot more.

If that's not enough, over on my brand-new tumblr account I discuss the many good books I read in November. (So many good books! It was a great month.)

And for anybody who's been missing the wilderness pic posts here, I've got yet more good news: after a terrific Thanksgiving week spent scrambling through the slickrock canyons of Utah, I now have a ton of new pics to show off. I'm thinking I'll do a series of posts talking about Utah locations that inspired various spots in The Labyrinth of Flame...stay tuned.





2 comments:

  1. Wait, you have a Tumblr?! (off to catch up) I've just looked at the first few - darn, I can't comment there, but anyway, thanks for the Oct. 27th post; very interesting, and I felt the character development in this respect and the ending of The Labyrinth of Flame were great, especially how you handled Dev!

    Off to read the rest of your Tumblr posts and add it to my feed reader. . . . ;-)

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    1. Ha, yeah, I kept meaning to do a post on here to announce the tumblr, but things have been so busy I never got around to it. (Plus I feel like I'm still stumbling around figuring out what the heck I'm doing, over there! Some parts of the platform are really cool, but the rest...gaaaah. So non-intuitive.) Anyway, glad you liked the Oct 27 discussion, and extra glad you thought that part of the book was handled well!

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