Posts Tagged ‘urban fantasy’
First… I can finally reveal the new secret project I’ve been working on! A brand new shared world and collaborative Urban Fantasy series taking Arthurian legends and bringing them into the modern world. Twelve New York Times, USA Today, and Amazon bestselling authors – including Lilith Saintcrow, CJ Lyons, Joseph Nassise, Steven Savile, and me!! are all working together to bring you peeps a new series under the name Rowan Casey. We’ll have a new book in the series every month (two this month!) so there’s no waiting on my slow ass to get you books for this one, hehe.
The first book is available for only $0.99 for the first week, so get it quick HERE. Book 2 comes out in less than a week!
Also, Hunting Season (20sided book 4) is now out in audio! Go to Audible to get it HERE.
In 20sided news, book 8 is in progress and should be done and out in December as promised. Thank you all for your patience and enjoy the Veil Knights while you are waiting.
Also, if you need *even* more reading material… The Barrows is included in a Storybundle this month: Go HERE for that.
Other awesome books in the bundle are displayed in this cool cover compilation, so check it out!
Well, I *was* going to take more of a break from Twenty-Sided Sorceress and work on a couple Pyrrh novels, but I’ve fallen behind due to a few factors (one of which is this year I’m putting health first instead of work first, sorry). That and, as I sit here finishing up a new Gryphonpike novella which should be live by July or so, Harper won’t stop crawling into my head and telling me all about what happens in her book. I have enough notes about her book now to practically be an outline in and of themselves, ha.
So… I’m pushing Pyrrh off until end of year/X-mas time and going to work on Harper’s book and probably Dungeon Crawl next. Again, no promises on release dates, but I’m loosely aiming for September for at least Tribes (Harper’s novel).
I’m also working on a secret Urban Fantasy collaborative project that I hope I can announce by this fall. It fell into my lap and I think it’s awesome and couldn’t resist saying yes.
So yeah. Once again, plate is full but hey, 20sided sooner than later is good, right? 🙂
Thanks for your patience and all the kind words I’ve been sent about my health. I am super focused on getting as healthy as someone with chronic illness can get so I have more energy and more time to devote to writing kickass books as well as living my life more fully.
More news soon, I hope!
People kept asking me for a box set for the Twenty-Sided Sorceress series, and so it is now a thing. Justice Calling, Murder of Crows, and Pack of Lies are all collected in a single ebook now for easy binge reading.
In other news, Justice Calling is free again and will be for the summer since the response was so awesome from my birthday free run with it. So tell all your friends, because the first hit is still free. *grin*
I’m turning 34 in May. For my bday, I decided to put Justice Calling free for 34 days to celebrate. I also shaved my head. I get weird around my birthday, what can I say?
Anyway, if you haven’t tried the 20sided Sorceress series yet or have friends who haven’t or something… free book! Just for May though, then I’ll probably make it cost a whole $0.99 again. *grin*
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First, a note about book five. Yes, there’s a cliffhanger. No, I didn’t warn people about it beforehand because that would kind of ruin the surprise, wouldn’t it? All I will say about book five is that it is a) the longest book in the series so far no matter how short it might feel due to the events in it and b) is exactly as intended and not half a book. I’ll reveal now that this part of the Twenty-Sided Sorceress will take seven books, so if all you want to see if Samir and Jade facing off again, read book seven. If you want to see the journey of how these characters become who they become, read all the books. We couldn’t have Return of the Jedi without also having The Empire Strikes Back happen before it. *grin*
So. Book six. Here are the details. It’ll be out in June, 2015 (not so long a wait to see who is still alive, I promise). It’ll pick up more or less where book five left off, and it is going to feature not just Jade’s, but also two other points of view.
Here is the cover by the fabulous Ravven:
Also, I will add that book 7 will NOT be the end of the series. I have many more stories to tell in this world. I’ll be adding a few titles about side characters as well. Here’s a special sneak peak at something in the works:
It’s here! That’s right, Murder of Crows: The Twenty-Sided Sorceress Book Two is now an audiobook. The kick-ass Folly Blaine continues as narrator, bringing Jade and her world to life.
Sales. On The Twenty-Sided Sorceress. Cause readers are awesome and apparently you guys really like Jade. Yay.
So thank you, everyone. You all rock.