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Launch Day: UK Paperback Daylight War

Posted by Peat Huzzah! The Daylight War comes out in paperback in the UK today! When the book first was released in hardcover back in February, I was already on tour before my author copies arrived. Usually I like to quality check a book (and hug it and tell it is precious to me) before readers […]

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A Much Deserved Thank You

Next week, the Portuguese translation of The Daylight War will be released from publisher Gailivro’s SF imprint, 1001 Mundos. As part of the promotion, I was asked to put together a little video for my Portuguese readers. Of course, I had no idea what to do, but then it occurred to me that I was […]

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The Daylight War, Now in Paperback!

Posted by Peat Huzzah! Starting tomorrow, The Daylight War mass market paperback (mmpb) will be available. You can order it online or pick up a copy at your local bookstore.  

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Red Sonja Unchained #2, an Homage

Red Sonja: Unchained #2 is in stores now! Unlike issue #1, which dropped while I was on tour, this time I can go to local comic shops and sign. I’ve been dreaming of seeing my own work on the comic shop racks since I was in fourth grade. 3 books in I still get chills […]

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Daylight War US Trailer

As you may recall last week, we posted an awesome trailer for The Daylight War made by the fine folks at Voyager UK, in conjunction with artist Dan Kitchener. But the US marketing team at Del Rey Books has not been idle! Using the amazing voice talent of Alyssa Wilmoth, who plays Inevera in the Graphic Audio production […]

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