Monthly Archives: April 2011

Very exciting news! Requite books available on Kindle!

The first two Requite books are now available on the Amazon Kindle Store! Here are the links: The Maker’s Mask (The Books Of Requite) The Hawkwood War (The Books Of Requite) Here is an excerpt from The Maker’s Mask, to … Continue reading

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Quick note

I just updated the FAQ.

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Good news, bad news

Good news: barring any more unexpected hiccups in the process, the books are now on their way to the Kindle Store! I turned out to have misread the form on the Amazon site – it looked as if you had … Continue reading

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Stock photo surprise: also, hand-axes.

I just found one of the pieces of stock art I was seriously considering using for the cover of The Maker’s Mask on a commercially published book, which was surprising. Also, today I went to the British Museum and got … Continue reading

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Caught in a non-romance

OK, so the first two books had a strong romantic thread running through them. Because I love romance novels and I’m not ashamed to admit it, and I wanted to write SF with the same kind of immersive attention to … Continue reading

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oh, writing.

So, my heroine Kallisty is trying to be helpful by pointing out to one of the second-tier characters that hero Quint fancies men, since she is under the mistaken impression that said second-tier character fancies Quint. And I had to … Continue reading

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Well, it looks like Lulu have got moving on the ‘we only do ebooks in PDF format’ problem while I wasn’t paying attention – I got an email this morning saying that they’re making a push to include their books … Continue reading

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