Friday, 10 August 2012
Art and writing work on the Book 2 of this series is going well, although Book 1 will no doubt continue to be tweaked and revised as we gather more feedback. A review with Readers Favorite had been scheduled, then postponed, as I pondered whether to tone down some of the more mature content. That's still on the cards for sometime soon, though.
Morgen Bailey ran this interview with me last year, but she's now re-publishing all her author Q&As on a new blog to raise a little more awareness for folks. Be sure to check out her new pages and give her some support, won't you!
Saturday, 4 August 2012
Fenriswulf are proud to present the first book in the re-telling and re-imagining of the epic 'Ring of the Nibelung' saga, Of Gods and Gold, which has just been launched for the Kindle platform (Book 2, Of Valkyries and Vengeance, is now in the pipeline).
Due to the limitations of the Kindle format, this version isn't nearly as fancy or detailed as the print offering available via this very website (which integrates text and pictures in our very own 'graphic fiction' stylee), but all the artwork remains intact, as far as the previews suggest anyway, and this does rather open up interesting new possibilities for illustrated works. (Once Chaz has finished writing it, the Angel of Vengeance cycle will likely be next.)
As a special launch treat we'll also be offering it for free, from August 5th - 7th.
UK readers can get it here.
US readers can pick it up here.
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