01 December 2013

Bones of the Fair release

Bones of the Fair has now been released into the wild!  Hope you all like it. :)

I'll add links as it promulgates across the various platforms.

As a promotional extra, Champion of the Rose will be $0.99 during December.

Those who follow the blog will notice I've changed the cover - I decided I wanted to see more of Julie's art, so got rid of the frame concept.

This was a fun book to write - mainly because of Aspen, who is one of the most relentlessly upbeat characters I'm ever likely to produce, and has the funniest way of describing people.

Next up for me is some time working on the various books I've started more recently, along with The Sleeping Life (and maybe Wellspring).  Because I have so many books on the hop at once, there's a good chance that I'll end up not releasing anything at all next year, or at least not until the very end.  It rather depends on how I divide my time.  I expect to have a lot of fun fooling around with all those different worlds, though!

15 comments:

  1. Bought (on Kindle) and once the trade paperback is avail I'll buy that for Christmas to add to my collection!

    Selfish Reader Me says that nooo I'd like to read everything you want to produce now. Rational Reader Me says - oh? NEW WORLDS YOU SAY? :)

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  2. Hello Andrea! I'm sorry I'm using this form but I didn't manage to find any personal contact of you!
    my name is Valeria Malacasa and I am a freelance literary translator, from English into Italian. I graduated from the Faculty of Foreign Languages in Tourin and the final project was the translation of a short novel, The Wedding Feast by Jonathan Pidduck.
    I'd like to collaborate with independent authors and translate novels and short novels, at a very low price of course.
    If you are interested, please do not hesitate to contact me via email at lotus_19@hotmail.it or via skype if you wish (at valeria.malacasa), I'd be glad to make an offer and come to a deal which is suitable for you.

    Thank you very much for your consideration,
    Best wishes


    Valeria Malacasa, Tourin, Italy.

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    1. Ha - thanks. A long time to bring that cliff down. :)

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  4. weee! Got it read it over 2 nights - eyes were shutting and I was missing bits the first night. Now I must go reread for the nuances I missed due to fatigue.

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    1. I'd claim my thief of sleep title here, but knowing you it's probably overwork. ;)

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  5. On what site is it available for 0.99? Every site I checked, it is 4.99.

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    1. Champion is currently $0.99 on all sites. Bones is $4.99 on all sites, but there is a half price coupon at Smashwords: TW44S

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    2. Thanks for the information.

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  6. Agh, I can't believe I missed this announcement (by dint of failing to check blogs for the better part of three weeks!) Off to buy at once - and now I really must read Champion...

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  7. Oh, and the cover is absolutely lovely, just BTW. Full of charm and character. Julie Dillon's art is just gorgeous

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  8. I read and loved both Champion of the Rose and Bones of the Fair. Are you planning another Rarest book?? Crossing fingers here!

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    1. I could potentially do another - I was thinking from Rua's POV - but it would be long down the list of books I have to write. Working on Pyramids at the moment.

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    2. Would love to read Rua's pov of Aspen's trip!

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