We have two projects lined up for publication later this year. Firstly there is Paul Vincent’s Astronomicon spin-off, “Deadline”. This new science fiction novel is still firmly rooted in the exciting Astronomicon universe, but may surprise you with its change in style. Rather than his usual space-opera hard scifi style, Paul has written a much more light-hearted storyline which frequently crosses into the popular domain of comedy. The two protagonists meet on a return trip from Jupiter and both have critical reasons to get back to Earth as quickly as possible. This isn’t going to be easy with a space-pirates, aliens, rampaging robots and secret government agents getting in the way and generally making their lives unnecessarily complicated!
We are also looking forward to Alex Tall’s debut book, a work of science fiction set on contemporary Earth where a young woman uncovers a conspiracy so terrible that she must risk everything to expose it. This promises to be the darkest fiction we have ever published.
Also, in the next couple of months, we will be releasing Astronomicon: The Beginning on some more popular e-reader formats including Kobo and iBooks. Almost everyone has access to Amazon’s ebooks, but we know that some of you prefer to purchase your books elsewhere. We’ll let you know when they are about to appear.
Our other offers may have ended but the 99c offer on Astronomicon: Icarus is still going strong. In fact, it’s been so successful that we’re going to keep it going until at least the end of February 2014.
You can download it now from your local Amazon website and start enjoying this science fiction thriller immediately. Icarus is a standalone novel but after reading it you will want to immerse yourself in the rest of the Astronomicon series, charting the progress of the human race from our first interstellar exploration, through first contact to a war that could end our species.
Astronomicon: Icarus is 164 pages of quality science fiction, rated highly on Amazon.com and GoodReads.com, and makes an excellent introduction to the Astronomicon universe.
It seems that a lot of people I’ve spoken to recently have rated 2013 as a bit mixed, at best. Very few have described it as a good year and everyone seems to be looking forward to 2014.
So here’s wishing all the best to everyone and hoping that 2014 is a truly excellent year. I think most of us would really appreciate it!
Happy New Year!!
We know that a large number of you have taken advantage of the excellent value offer on Astronomicon: The Beginning by Paul Vincent, downloading it from Amazon for just 99c. If you have not benefited from the offer yet don’t miss out because the offer ends on Saturday of this week! You have until the 4th of January 2014 and then the 390+ page science fiction novel will return to full price.
Click here to see the offer on your local Amazon website.