Happy New Year, everyone.
We were pretty active last year. We released thirteen new titles, a record for us as we try to manage our list a little more closely to avoid growing too fast. The primary reason for our list’s sudden growing spurt was the re-release of Keith R.A. DeCandido’s backlist, which included five books in his Precinct fantasy police procedural series, and Without a License, a collection of his original (non-media-tie-in) short fiction.) Other highlights are The Clockwork Witch, a breakout novel by newcomer Michelle D. Sonnier, Among the Wild Cybers, a collection of original (non-media-tie-in) short fiction by Christopher L. Bennett, and Stories of Fremont’s Children, a short story collection based on the Fremont’s Children novel series by Brenda Cooper.
We also re-released, under our Paper Phoenix Press imprint, my writer’s guide The Literary Handyman, and a new release, The Ginger KICK! Cookbook.
It appears 2019 will be even more exciting…and busy! We wanted to share with you some of what we have planned.
Shattered Dreams: The Shardies War – an epic science fiction novel by Bud Sparhawk
Mermaid Precinct – the next in Keith R.A. DeCandido’s Precinct fantasy police procedural series
To Hell and Regroup – the final entry in David Sherman’s 18th Race military science fiction series
The Dead Bear Witness, Tears of Blood, and The Dead in Their Masses – dark fantasy/zombie fiction by Bram-Stoker Award winner James Chambers
Devil Dancers – a military science fiction collection by Robert E. Waters containing both reprints and new content set in his Devil Dancers universe.
Footprints in the Stars – edited by Danielle Ackley-McPhail – Stories of the discovery of evidence of ancient aliens and how humanity reacts to those discoveries. The next in the Beyond the Cradle science fiction anthology series.
In Harm’s Way – edited by Mike McPhail – Military science fiction stories of rescue and recovery during combat. Eighth in the award-winning Defending the Future military science fiction anthology series
On the Final Frontier – edited by Mike McPhail – Stories of the exploration of deep space. The third in the Beyond the Cradle science fiction anthology series.
Novels Under Consideration
How the Night Ends – a dark fantasy novel by Michelle D. Sonnier (unrelated to The Clockwork Witch)
Anrachne’s Crime and Anrachne’s Exile – epic science fiction novels by Christopher L. Bennett