In case anyone's interested, here's a preview excerpt from The Impostor #2: The Blood Machine, my next self-publsihed ebook collection of post-apocalyptic superhero stories. Here we see the supervillain Svergr (real name Pervis Underwood) coping with the vicissitudes of life in a world overrun by alien invaders where he and his gang are contending with them and a rival supercriminal gang for control of a city in ruins: The civilians in the parking lot were working hard shoveling the dirt the dump trucks had left into wheelbarrows, rolling it inside the Home...
Just wanted to let you know that we've FINALLY resolved the issues we had with English-language ebook distribution. I apologize that this took so long. Hope this makes for a happy holiday season for all our international readers! Nina
For those of you who enjoyed the Brimstone Angels book club, just wanted to let you know the sequel, LESSER EVILS, is available TODAY! Erin's been chatting the book up around the Internet on a mini-blog tour. Steal her secrets for writing great dialogue at: OmnivoraciousThen hear her talk about how the story relates to DnD Next on Fantasy Author's Handbook.And don't miss her discussion with me and art director Jon Schindehette about the cover right here on Daily DnD.
Erin M. Evans's sequel to Brimstone Angels, LESSER EVILS, is hitting bookstores in less than a month! Erin is running a fun event on her blog to celebrate. If enough people participate, she just might reveal a scene I made her cut! If she gets a huge response, we might even get a new short story from her. And lots more fun stuff! All you need to do is comment on the blog with your favorite "evil" organization. Trot on over to her blog to check out what my favorite evil organization is. (Or at least one of them!) slushlush.com/ Happy Reading! Nina
National Buy a Book Day is TODAY! Founded by our former managing editor, Phil Athans, this is my kind of holiday. Any excuse to indulge my addiction! What book will you buy today?www.buyabookday.org/home.html
I thought I would post a list of all the books we've read here so we could see just how far we've come! Special thanks to all the authors who participated in almost every single Book Club discussion.1. Downshadow, Erik Scott de Bie2. City Under the Sand, Jeff Mariotte3. The God Catcher, Erin Evans4. The Temple of the Yellow Skulls, Don Bassingthwaite5. Sword of the Gods, Bruce Cordell6. Unbroken Chain, Jaleigh Johnson7. Unbroken Chain: The Darker Road, Jaleigh Johnson8. The Shard Axe, Marsheila Rockwell9. Shadowbane, Erik Scott de Bie10. City of the Dead, Rosemary...
I know that many of you have been frustrated that you can’t purchase our ebooks overseas and I told you we were working on a solution—well that solution is finally here! I’m happy to announce that our English-language ebooks should soon be available for purchase by international readers, thanks to our new, extended distribution agreement with Random House.
Brimstone Angels won the SCRIBE award for Best Speculative Original Novel!
A new Book Wyrms column is up today on the D&D site. Also please wish Bruce Cordell a Happy Book Birthday! Today marks the release of his ebook-exclusive Sword of the Gods: Spinner of Lies. In addition to a fantastic novel, featuring the first stirrings of the RISE OF THE UNDERDARK in novel form, the book contains a bunch of extras--an article about Airspur, adventure hooks, an author's note, and more. I hope you'll check it out!
Just a brief note to congratulation Erin M. Evans and Marcy Rockwell! Their respective novels, Brimstone Angels and The Shard Axe were both nominated for SCRIBE awards today! leegoldberg.typepad.com/a_writers_life/2...
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