Amazon may have the majority of the e-book market, but we know that not everyone likes to get their reading material from the giant. To cater for this we have released Astronomicon: Distant Relatives, the 2nd novel in the series, on popular e-book retailer Smashwords. In the next couple of weeks it will also become available on Barnes & Noble, Kobo and iTunes. We’ll let you know when the other retailers have caught up.
Don’t forget you can download the first five chapters for FREE from Smashwords and read them on almost any e-reader on the market. And if you haven’t already read book one (The Beginning) then download the entire 350+ page science fiction novel for FREE too! Get it here.
We are thrilled to be able to announce that Astronomicon: Those Left Behind has finally been launched. It is already available for purchase and download from Amazon.
“In the face of imminent destruction, a population makes a last stand against insurmountable odds.
Classic science fiction that will appeal to fans of Arthur C. Clarke. Astronomicon: Those Left Behind is the epic account of the deadly invasion of the Eridani homeworld. Caught up in the mayhem and destruction, one man strives to save his children. The evacuation fleet is their only chance, but first he must ensure that the fleet escapes without detection.
This third volume in the epic Astronomicon series is the story of the Eridani people’s last stand, their attempts to foil an alien enemy’s attempt to wipe them from existence and a mystery that runs deeper than any of them suspect.“
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3 Space craft, 240 colonists, 25 trillion miles and a discovery that changes everything.
Everyone knows that a first novel is rarely going to be an author’s best work and, like most authors, Paul Vincent’s writing skills have improved with each novel. This isn’t usually a problem but as the 1st three books formed a series, the first book is an important introduction to that series. We can’t just forget the first one or two, leaving my future readers to just jump in part way through the overall story. That left only one solution – a revamp and repolish. So now, after many weeks of work, Paul has reworked the first two books (Voyage of the Elysian and The Discovery) and after a full editing and proofreading pass we are relaunching both of them in a shiny new single volume.
Both have been re-edited, enhanced and augmented before being merged and on top of all that there is a complete new design for the front cover art.
The result, Astronomicon: The Beginning, is a much more worthy start to the Astronomicon series and is even more enjoyable than before. Now available on Amazon.
We were never entirely happy with the original cover art for Astronomicon: Icarus. A few asteroids drifting before a nice starfield fitted the story but lacked impact. It certainly was not going to inspire readers to buy the book.
Now we are pleased to announce that, for the first time ever, we’ve bought in some external artwork and I believe you will agree that the results are excellent. Now Icarus will be adorned with our most eye-catching cover yet. It shows two space-suited asteroid miners in a dangerous situation drifting away from the asteroid they are mining.