We know you love it free and pulpy, so we’ve put together the opening four chapters from four of our finest, pulpiest reads. It’s the best of matinee-style adventure, bloody exploitation thrills filled with battered heroes and villainous bad guys! Oh yeah, and it’s FREE! Pulped Fiction is available from all the usual ebook sources (like Amazon, B&N Nook, iTunes and Play), or you can download it from us right here. Read it, love it, buy the complete books!
We have a most excellent announcement straight from your Robot Overlords, circulating high on their orbital death platform: some of our lovely, lovely books are now available to those hard of sight, in both large print formate and braille.
Currently 36 of our favourite titles are available both in braille and large print (in a variety of text sizes/boldness) so we can spread more of our lovely books to the world.
The list currently includes books such as:
Dr Potter’s Medicine Show by Eric Scott Fischl
Kojiki by Keith
That ace gang at Barnes & Noble are at it again, knocking a tonne of ebooks down to under five bucks! The sale runs from 25 April to 1 May and it’s the perfect time to snap up these beauties for $1.99 apiece.
Direct links to the Nook sale:
- Windswept by Adam Rakunas
- Necrotech by KC Alexander
- Steal the Sky by Megan E O’Keefe
- Drake by Peter McLean
It seems our sacrifices haven’t gone unnoticed as we have found our books placed in a whole load of ‘best of 2016’ lists, which has, quite honestly, made out 2017 thus far.
We’d like to say a big thank you
Now and again our authors get requests to give talks to interested parties and aspiring authors. Sometimes these requests are from prisons, which is exactly what happened to Peter McLean the other week, as he was asked to speak to inmates at HMP Norwich.
Being inside a prison, as an author imparting knowledge, is something that not that many of us experience, so we asked Peter to write about his experience.
So, in Peter’s own words…
A couple of weeks ago I went
It looks pretty excellent, right? A touch of lightning, a hint of fire and, inexplicably, a giant block of flats. Hmmm. You can see the complete cover over at Black Gate, along with the two other
Tuesday lords it over us once again, reminding us that the week has begun in earnest. But with it comes revelation – Talk Tuesday To Us, when we strap our authors into the metal chassis which will one day house their brains.
Salutations and good news to all!
We’re happy, delighted, made up and overjoyed to announce that there’s going to be a third book in Peter McLean‘s The Burned Man series!
Damnation will be released in May 2017 and sees our hapless anti-hero head to Scotland, caught up in new peril of an occult nature.
For those not familiar with Don Drake, not-quite fallen angel Trixie and the Burned Man, here’s a couple of reviews of Drake, the first title in the series,
There’s a link to see the full cover, plus exclusive excerpt at the bottom of the page but first, here’s the synopsis:
In the tunnels deep under London, the Earth Elementals are dying.
Hunted by something they know only as the Rotman, the Elementals have no one trustworthy they can turn to. Enter Don Drake, diabolist and semi-reformed hitman, and an almost-fallen angel called Trixie.
The matriarch tells Don that Rotman is actually the
Peter will be joined by Christopher Fowler (Bryant & May), Clay and Susan Griffith (Vampire Empire) and Karina Sumner-Smith (the Towers trilogy).
The Roundtable is an excellent opportunity for authors to answer their fans’ questions about life, work, the universe and everything directly, so make sure you head over to the site to ask your burning
You might be able to tell from our zombiesque countenance we’ve been at Emerald City Comicon this past weekend, and OH BOY did we have a great time!
Thanks to everyone who came to see us, bought books, entertained us, and to our wonderful authors Jay Posey, Danielle L. Jensen, Peter Tieryas, KC Alexander and the dream team Adam Rakunas and Patrick S. Tomlinson for being so fabulous all weekend. Most of all, huge fist bumps to Mike Underwood and Jay Swanson for working themselves into the
You might remember Peter as being one of our submissions from the last open door. We’re delighted that Drake’s had such a good reception and can’t wait for November when the second in the series, Dominion, hits
In January Peter McLean‘s debut novel, Drake is set to hit all good bookstores. Think Ben Aaronovitch’s Rivers of London, but with a healthy dose of Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and the devil himself thrown in for good measure.
Here’s the synopsis:
Hitman Don Drake owes a gambling debt to a demon. Forced to carry out one more assassination to clear his debt, Don unwittingly kills an innocent child and brings