More good news


The full frontal of the Scrybe Press edition of Call to the Hunt is now posted on the publisher’s site. Click here to see it.

And I’m extremely proud to announce that Garrett Peck — one of the genre’s top reviewers and a fine author in his own right — has agreed to write an introduction for the Scrybe Press release of Shara. Check out Garrett’s credentials here; the guy knows the genre inside and out. This just adds to my excitement about the book and The Werewolf Saga in general.

For anyone interested, there were only about 80 or so copies of the MoonHowler Press edition of Call to the Hunt. I think 19 of those were CDs without Crow Ravenscar’s black and white artwork while the rest were rather crude chapbooks that featured Crow’s art on the cover and there were three more illustrations inside.

MoonHowler Press is the name I use to publish promotional stuff, such as that first edition of CttH and my annual samplers.

I believe there are about 200 copies of the 3F version of Shara. At this point I hope you’ll wait and buy the Scrybe Press edition, but if you think you absolutely must have a 3F copy, you better hurry.

I have some more introduction news, and this will probably embarrass her, but that’s okay. Cheryl () has been an enthusiastic fan since last April when Kelley Armstrong made Shara a selection in her online book club. We’ve corresponded regularly since then and she’s helped me work out some ideas for the later books in the Saga. She’s graciously and modestly agreed to write a fan-based introduction to the short novella When Heroes Fail that will be available only as a download on the new Werewolf Saga site.


0 responses to “More good news”

  1. I was tempted to post the cover up at Shocklines, but thought I’d let you do it if you wanted to. If I were to do it, I’m afraid I might be viewed as one of those arrogant artist types.
    Plus, it’s your book and I didn’t want to steal your thunder, man. =)

  2. I was tempted to post the cover up at Shocklines, but thought I’d let you do it if you wanted to. If I were to do it, I’m afraid I might be viewed as one of those arrogant artist types.
    Plus, it’s your book and I didn’t want to steal your thunder, man. =)

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