Special Deliverance-y

Folks who were fortunate enough to be at Warhammer World over the weekend would have been able to pick up a special pre-pre-release copy of my first Horus Heresy novel Deliverance Lost. This would mean they got their mitts on an actual propercopy before I did, as mine only arrived in the post this morning…

An actual copy, in my house.

There will be another chance for those in and around Nottingham to get some pre-release copies on the 18th/ 19th November, and I’ll be on hand on the Saturday to talk about the book and sign autographs for those who can make it.

And as if that wasn’t enough excitement for one day, there was a Bully Bonus in the form of the Age of Legend anthology. This includes my story The Ninth Book, featuring a certain befanged fella who Warhammer fans will recognise from the cover art…

He'll be later known as Count Vlad von Carstein.

And if that wasn’t enough…

Okay, this one is also from Age of Legend. First released as an audiobook, my Aenarion short story is also included in this collection. Feel free to make up your own sound effects as you are reading to try to achieve a similar effect (it was written for audio and is wonderfully read by Beth Chalmers, so I would suggest you grab that version too).

In Other News

I have just finished the synopsis for part three of The Eldar Path. Covering the piratical exploits of Aradryan, it features Rangers, Corsairs, Dark Eldar, Exodites and Harlequins. Yup, I managed to fit all of them in. Well, in the synopsis… Out next summer, Path of the Outcast reveals the fate of Alaitoc craftworld.

With that interlude over, plus a trip to Games Day Italy now passed, I have a couple more days of work of The Lion. This short story if for The Primarchs  anthology in the Horus Heresy series. Expect Dark Angels action and revelations.

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