The 99-cent sale of A
God in Chains continues. An outfit
called eBookDaily.com sent me an email to let me know the kindle version of my
Dying Earth novel is still being offered on Amazon for the bargain price.
Not to be too own-horn-blowing, but AGiC is the first novel-length work I’ve set in my extrapolation of
Jack Vance’s The Dying Earth. Those who
liked the stories about Baldemar the wizard’s henchman and Raffalon the thief,
all set in that world, might want to return there to see what’s happening.
Tomorrow, my Dying Earth fantasy novel, A God in Chains, will be the object of a Bookbub promotion, with
the price dropped to 99 cents (US). The
discount is already in effect and you don’t need to be on Bookbub’s email list
to take advantage of the promo.
Here are links to the various platforms where you can snap
up a copy:
words into Passengers and Perils (working
title), an episodic space-opera novel that continues the adventures of Conn
Labro and Jenore Mordene, from my 2008 Vancean novel, Template. I started out to
write it as another series of short stories I could later cobble together into
a “fix-up” novel, but decided to go whole hog after I sold the first episode,
“Stopover at Meech’s World,” to Amazing
As the story
has progressed, I’ve found myself bringing in characters from other books and
stories. So far, I’ve had Erm Kaslo and
Henghis Hapthorn playing supporting roles, with cameos from Luff Imbry, Brustrum
Warhanny, and Old Confustible. We’ve
had visits to the Terfel Connaissarium and Bolly’s Snug. I think it is turning out to be good fun.
A British publisher
has expressed interest in doing a limited edition as well as an unsigned trade
hardcover. I’m going to see if I can
find a North American publisher to take the paperback, ebook, and audio rights.
writing the last episode now, and expect to have the manuscript ready to send
by the end of the month.