Posts Tagged ‘book view cafe’
Once she had nothing: no name, no memory, no purpose beyond the one her master bound her to fulfill. Now the wandering archon known as Ree must walk an unseen path — one that will lead her toward the untold story of her origins. But the road to the truth is paved with blood . . .
The first of the Varekai novellas, Cold-Forged Flame, has just been republished in ebook! You can get it now from Book View Cafe, Barnes and Noble (Nook), Google Play, Kobo, Indigo (Canada), or Amazon US or UK. (No iTunes yet; I ran into a technical difficulty there which I haven’t resolved yet.)
The second novella, Lightning in the Blood, will be out again later this month!
As we’ve done for the past several years, the authors’ publishing co-op known as Book View Cafe (of which I am a member, and which hosts my Patreon essays) is running a Boxing Week sale! From now through the end of the year, everything in the store is 25% off — no coupon needed. You can browse by author, or check out the different genres in the sidebar; we publish everything from science fiction and fantasy to romance, mystery, horror, and nonfiction on a variety of topics. Check it out!
As befits their size, cities are going to require more than one essay to unpack. The first installment looks at them from the outside, considering what makes a city and where it tends to be found. Comment over there!