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The Core, First Draft Complete

Last Wednesday morning at 1:31am, I sent my publishers the complete first draft of The Core, the fifth and final book in the Demon Cycle series. It’s been a long time coming. For readers, the Demon Cycle began in 2008 (or 2009 in the US). That’s nine years. Quite a commitment, and for those of […]

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Hungarian Daylight War/Great Bazaar Translations

Posted by Karen Hey everyone! It’s been a good year overseas for the demon cycle. In January, our friends at Konyvmolykepzo put out the Hungarian translation of Great Bazaar: This month, they’ve worked overtime to put out the Hungarian translation of the Daylight War, complete with a re-vamped cover: I’m kind of digging the whole […]

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Hungarian Translator’s Warded Man Art

Posted by Meg Peat’s Hungarian translator, Robert Zelei, was so inspired after working on The Warded Man, he came up with some fan art of his own. The three original POVs of the Demon Cycle are looking good! I love this picture from the warded background to Rojer’s juggling. Check out all of Peat’s 2015 […]

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Hungarian Hardcovers of The Warded Man

Posted by Meg Peat’s agent received an exciting package the other day … from Hungary! Inside the package was a beautiful new hardcover of A Rovásember, the Hungarian translation of The Warded Man. It is now on sale on the publisher’s website. The additional wards on the cover make for a pretty epic background.  Speaking of wards, […]

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