Solaris, my publisher, is having an Advent Calendar, where ebooks go up on sale for a short time. You can find a copy of The King’s Bastard here for only 99p. (From this I suspect it is only available for those readers in the UK, although it does say, the book is available in Amazon, iBooks, Google Play and Kobo).
And here is the super cool, updated covers from the new Solaris Classics line.
Many thanks to the guys at Solaris/Rebellion!
Well today is the 13th of September and it’s the day Solaris release KRK book one. This is the launch of their new Solaris Classics line. Yaaaay
I’m incredibly honoured but also quietly terrified. I don’t know if writers ever get over this sense of trepidation.
I’m really pleased because The King’s Man, (a novella about Garzik) was only available as an ebook and now it will be printed at the end of book two, so people who contacted me wanting a print version will be satisfied.
It’s coming out in what we call trade paperback here in Australia. The cover looks stunning.(Many thanks to Clint Langley for his gripping artwork) Here’s hoping the readers think so too.
Over at the SOLARIS blog they are doing a give-away.
‘In honour of the releases of Paul Kearney‘s The Monarchies of God omnibuses (Hawkwood and the Kings, out now, and Century of the Soldier, due out next month) and Rowena Cory Daniells‘ The Chronicles of King Rolen’s Kin trilogy (The King’s Bastard and The Uncrowned King, out now, and The Usurper, due out next month), we’re holding an all-kings-themed competition.’
All you have to do is name your favourite king. So drop over and try your luck!