We interrupt your Tuesday interview for an important announcement. After months of work, the new Bolthole anthology is finally upon us!
The all new Bolthole Anthology, out this week!
War takes a new twist when every mistake can be erased and every military and historical theory can be tried and tested in reality. Containing twelve great new stories of desperate assassinations, battle correction scenarios and total war, Marching Time will challenge your preconceptions of time travel unlike anything before.
Authors and stories include:
“Subliminal Reserves” by A R Aston.
“Flár Ragnarök” by James Fadeley.
“Marked for Death” by Ed Fortune.
“Family Ties” by Lauren Grest.
“The Lost” by Mark Grudgings.
“Fractured” by Alec McQuay.
“Army of One” by Ross O’Brien.
“Regicide” and “Ultionem Lapsis” by Mark Steven Thompson.
“Ripples” by Jonathan Ward.
“The Lost Blitzkrieg” by C L Werner.
“Hero of Magong” by Griff Williams.
Available on Amazon later this week. Author interviews resume next Tuesday.
January was another great month for Black Library’s Art department. Given that it was also the first month of the year, that can only be a good thing right? I certainly think so. As I have mentioned previously, Black Library hires some excellent freelancers and the covers that these artists turn out are almost always of the highest quality. This is especially, especially true for February, but that roundup is still a couple weeks away at the least.
Let’s see what we got from the silver towers in Nottingham for January.
December was a spectacular month for Black Library artwork. We have had some truly amazing art being shown for future novels as well as the Advent Calendar “quiz” which saw speculation in the fandom ramping all the way to 11 and beyond.
So let’s take a peek into just what got released for December and what we can expect in the future.
November has come and gone, and with it we have been treated to a host of wonderful artwork from Black Library, whether it is for the novels or the audio dramas. All of Black Library’s artists, everyone from Neil Roberts and Jon Sullivan to Cheoljoo Lee and Winona and many others have done some great work this year and they seem set to deliver even better for next year.
So withour further ado, here is some of the Black Library artwork for the month of November for some of 2012’s most anticipated releases.