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Second Editions: Part 2

Second Editions: Part 2

As I mentioned in my post earlier this month, I’ve now (re)released Mage of Inconvenience and ‘Tis Pity He’s a Horse (formerly Pastures New), two books that had previously been released with Dreamspinner Press. Mage of Inconvenience is exactly the same text, while ‘Tis Pity has had some very light changes. They’re both available in the usual places as of today! West is on the run from his werewolf pack, but if he cannot renew his magical defenses, he won’t…

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Second Editions

Second Editions

A quick post to note that Mage of Inconvenience and Pastures New, both first published with Dreamspinner Press, will be disappearing from online sale over the next few weeks as sites update. But don’t fret! (I know you were about to.) They’ll be rereleased with different covers in the new year, under the Tenebrosity Press umbrella (i.e. me wearing a disguise). There will probably still be some of the paperback copies Mage of Inconvenience with the old cover lurking around, but…

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Sale: Mage of Inconvenience 35% off!

Sale: Mage of Inconvenience 35% off!

Great news for all bargain hunters! As part of a sale at Dreamspinner Press on works from British authors, Mage of Inconvenience and Pastures New will both be 35% off until May 20! There is a heap of titles on sale, including the Perchance to Dream line, so don’t miss out! Mage of Inconvenience – Dreamspinner Press Can they find the magic in a practical union? West is on the run from his werewolf pack, but if he cannot renew…

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Pastures New: 99c today!

Pastures New: 99c today!

Pastures New is 99c today at Dreamspinner Press! As part of the promotion for Mage of Inconvenience, there’s a super-duper sale TODAY ONLY (March 21, 2018). After a successful career as Illustrious Ruckus, three-time winner of the British Open, James Kirby has hung up his saddle. His experience as a horse in the eventing world doesn’t exactly translate to two legs, and he’s struggling to move on. James’s quiet days at the family farm with his sister, Matilda, are interrupted…

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