Thursday, 5 November 2015
Slightly less surprising, perhaps, is the openly hostile attitude shown to this new venture by one very high-profile competitor. You can find the full article over at the BBC tech page, here.
Friday, 23 October 2015
Even though graphic art is now Chaz's main focus, the sequel is back in production with fresh ideas and a storyline which picks up six months after the revelations at the end of the previous book. With over 50 pages of text previously in the bag and provisionally titled Londinium's Burning, here's a sneaky preview of the latest cover concept - albeit a composite of recent drawings, the elements seem to work well together. Dawn and company ought to be back out there on the streets by early 2016. Watch this space...
|Dawn returns in her iconic catsuit, first seen in the cover art for Malaria 9|
Tuesday, 13 October 2015
the Lochglen blog for more info and news.
Friday, 4 September 2015
This one promoted a 'Hidden Gems' contest by one outfit named Inkitt, the details of which are visible here:
The concept seems to be based on a site we were members of a few years ago which seemed to be based around other users' votes on unpublished online works, and which we soon quit when it became obvious it was nothing more than a popularity contest that involved sycophancy, soliciting and trolling in roughly equal measure (can't remember the name of the site, though if memory serves, it had 'authors' or 'writers' in its name?).
We're not very impressed, to be honest, with the Inkitt website or the terms of the deal. Has anybody else had experience of this one? Have to say, alarm bells started to ring when a later part of the email requested re-posting and re-tweeting of the contest, so it may just come down to being part of a big fat publicity stunt.
Drop us a line if you have any opinions or past dealings anyway.
Saturday, 15 August 2015
Here's the Amazon UK link.
Wednesday, 24 June 2015
Adult eBooks given curfew in Germany
Yes, you read that right...the Germans have decided that in order to protect their youth from unsuitable and corrupting adult material, that readers seeking sexy thrills can only purchase erotic material between the hours of midnight and 6 am.
All this, despite the fact that Amazon carry a huge amount of adult material that is not classified as such (which is a whole different kettle of monkeys), and the fact that in order to purchase ebooks, a credit card or bank card is usually required in the first place. Also, what about under-age users accessing such material whilst in another time zone, and therefore outwith the hours of the native German curfew? No, this one wasn't thought out too clearly, really. It seems already to have raised a few eyebrows in the publishing and tech sectors, and rightly so - it's one of the more pointless pieces of legislation we've come across anywhere lately. We don't expect it'll catch on elsewhere. Or at least, we hope it doesn't.
|Typical Berliner seen between the hours of midnight and 6am|
Monday, 8 June 2015
(Okay, we know it's over a week late as Marlowe was killed at the end of May - but we've been very busy with uninteresting domestic stuff lately, and better late than never).
We reckon this will probably become an annual tribute on the part of FWB, in fact, to remember one of the greatest writers in the English language.
P.S. As this is the 200th post on this very blog, we're also offering a few other books for free this week...but you'll need to search Amazon's Kindle store for 'Fenriswulf Books' to find them ;-)
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