Martin Owton’s fantasy novel ‘Exile’ – the first book in the ‘Nandor’ series – has been revealed, and it looks like this:
From the publisher’s website:
I was very happy to take on this novel and it’s sequel for Phantasia, it’s good , solid fantasy that reminded me of David Gemmell at times.
‘Exile’ is the second book published by Phantasia and will be available later in March.
Gaie Sebold‘s debut fantasy novel, “Babylon Steel” is now available for pre-order. It is published by Solaris.
“Babylon Steel, ex-sword-for-hire, ex… other things, runs the best brothel in Scalentine; city of many portals, two moons, and a wide variety of races, were-creatures, and religions, not to mention the occasional insane warlock.
She’s not having a good week. The Vessels of Purity are protesting against brothels, women in the trade are being attacked, it’s tax time, and there’s not enough money to pay the bill. So when the mysterious Darask Fain offers her a job finding a missing girl, Babylon decides to take it. But the missing girl is not what she seems, and neither is Darask Fain. In the meantime twomoon is approaching, and more than just a few night’s takings are at risk when Babylon’s hidden past reaches out to grab her by the throat.”
Congratulations to Fox McGeever! His story The Medic has been published by the Universe Annex (formerly Baens Universe) department of the Grantville Gazette. The story initially received an honourable mention in the Writers of the Future competition a year ago.
You can read more of Fox’s writing in his blog-format fantasy adventure, Parawerthan.