We’ve decided to put some books on sale from $0.99-2.99 that highlight some of the wonderful books in our eBook program. All of these titles feature kickass heroines, LGBTQ, people of color, or disabled characters. Pick them up now at your e-tailer of choice!
Daniel José Older‘s anthology SALSA NOCTURNA deluxe edition includes two new stories that weren’t in the original, one previously unpublished, and a new introduction by the author. A fantastic anthology in the Bone Street Rumba series, featuring a diverse cast of characters.
Tanya Huff’s GATE OF DARKNESS, CIRCLE OF LIGHT tells the story of a fight against encroaching darkness by a developmentally handicapped young woman, a street musician with no idea of his potential, a bag-lady who’s tired of picking up the pieces, and an adept of the light.
Also by Tanya Huff, SWAN’S BRAID: AND OTHER TALES OF TERIZAN is an anthology of stories about the thief Terizan. In these five tales, mercenary captains, murderous royal families, ghosts, gods, and wizards prove that while it may not always be lonely at the top, it’s definitely annoying. Good thing half a dozen gods owe Terizan a favour.
Sarah Ash’s SONGSPINNERS is the story of a young rebel composer who flees from persecution in his country after being disabled by horrible burns that leave him unable to write. He meets Orial, a young woman whose unique gift helps him write down his music in the hopes that it will help his countrymen overthrow their oppressors. But there is a price on the young composer’s head, and it’s not long before fanatical agents of the brutal regime come to silence him forever.
Simon R. Green‘s Hawk and Fisher are legends, and for good reason. In THE GUARDS OF HAVEN, only two things stand between Haven’s law abiding citizens and the city’s notoriously dangerous criminal element: Hawk and Fisher. As Captains of the Haven City Guard, Hawk and Fisher deliver justice, root out corruption, and fight crime with a deadly combination of sharp steel and even sharper instincts. But it isn’t easy. A volatile mix of natural and supernatural violence, Haven is a terrible place to be after dark…and not much better during daylight.
Michael Schiefelbein’s VAMPIRE VOW was a Lambda Literary Award Finalist. The story of Victor Decimus, a man who was once a ruthless officer in the Roman Legion—but all his power couldn’t make Jesus of Nazareth love him the way he wanted to be loved. Seeking solace and escape, he finds release with a seer who is something more than human. Turned into a vampire, Victor is filled with rage and a lust for revenge.The Midwest Book Review called it, “a literate, compelling, and original contribution to the horror fantasy genre, and strongly recommended, especially compelling reading for vampire buffs.”