If you haven’t pre-ordered your copy of Journeys yet, and you fancy learning a little more about my small contribution to that rather excellent anthology from Woodbridge Press, you could do far worse than peeking over at James Randall Schmidt’s blog, where I’ve laid out a few thoughts on how The Witness came to be written. (And there’s a few teasers from the story too – nothing too spoilery, mind…)
You’re still here? Go! Read the blog!
I have a story, The Witness, in the new anthology from Woodbridge Press, Journeys (releasing 15th February). It’s a cracking tale of vengeance in a dying world, but it’s not the only reason you need to buy this book.
- Adrian Tchaikovsky.
- Juliet E McKenna.
- Gail Z Martin.
- John Gwynne.
- Thaddeus White.
- Julia Knight.
Those are even better reasons to preorder this book now. And the best reason of all?
Yes, 99p. DO IT NOW.
Today I’m over at the homepage of Nathan Hystad, MD of the new Woodbridge Press. Woodbridge is putting together an anthology of epic fantasy journeys for 2017 that should feature authors such as Julia Knight, Gail Z Martin, Adrian Tchaikovsky, Juliet E McKenna, John Gwynne, and… erp… me. No pressure.
You can find the full interview over this way… and you can follow Nathan at Facebook and Twitter. Woodbridge Press news can be found on Twitter too.