Wednesday, 22 January 2014
You can grab the freebie right here.
Sunday, 19 January 2014
This new and expanded edition contains additional scenes and flashbacks cut from the original, and some background that had originally been planned to appear in the third book of the 'Chronicles' series. Overall, the book is now over 15% longer. The new edition is not designed to supersede the previous one, but rather to stand alone as an alternative version - a Director's Cut, if you will. The original plan had been to bundle this along with Maranatha under the umbrella title The Vanessa Descartes Files, and include scenes also deleted from the sequel, in a special bumper edition. But we thought we'd hold this idea until the third book has been released, and then put out all three as a special omnibus edition.
A release date for the third and final book, which ties up all remaining loose ends and provides a devastating climax to the whole series, is still far in the future but it remains a work in progress.
You can download it right here.
Sunday, 5 January 2014
The second volume of the Sword and the Ring graphic fantasy/mythology series is back on track at long last, with a tentative release date scheduled for the second part of the year, as well as some sketches for the next book in the Angel of Vengeance series...so watch this space.
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