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Skull Throne: Chinese Review

Posted by Karen Hey everyone! We recently stumbled upon a Chinese review of the Skull Throne. This has got to be one of the prettiest layouts of a review I’ve seen in awhile. In addition to being a glowing review, it also has character descriptions alongside their respective avatars. All in all, very cool. If […]

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Simplified Chinese Warded Mans

Posted by Meg Peat received some Chinese translations of The Daylight War a couple weeks back. But … there’s more! Check out these beautiful, simplified versions of the original Warded Man cover: Awesome. You can check all the new releases and foreign editions on the News Page.

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Chinese Daylight Wars

Posted by Meg The Chinese translation of The Daylight War arrived in the mail the other day and they look incredible. Beautiful. I love what they did with the font. You can keep up to date with all current and pending translations of the Demon Cycle books on the News Page.

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Daylight War Release Dates and The Demon Cycle

There has been a bit of confusion and speculation on the interwebs about my upcoming novel, The Daylight War, so I’d like to clarify some things. I realize I’ve been promising this post for a very long time. Frankly, I’ve been putting it off because it was causing me a bit of anxiety. I needed […]

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Wait… what?!

So the Complex Chinese translation of The Warded Man went on sale in Hong Kong and Taiwan earlier this year, and has done unexpectedly well, making several bestseller lists for translated fiction. I say unexpectedly, because honestly, I did not know what to expect. Each country the book comes out in is wholly new territory […]

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