Monday, 25 February 2013

Clemency Slaughter coming soon to Kickstarter

It's been a busy weekend, but hopefully a profitable one. Or to put it another way, I've submitted the Clemency Slaughter project to Kickstarter for approval. Once that's been received, artist Tom Brown, publisher Ian Whates, and myself, can all put our finishing touches to the project (unique rewards, examples of brand new artwork, and the like) and then plan the big launch.

The tentative start date is 13th March, to end on 13th April 2013. So watch this space...

Sunday, 24 February 2013

Welcome to Steel Quill Books!

I am very pleased to be able to announce that Clemency Slaughter and the Legacy of D'Eath will be published through Newcon Press's new imprint Steel Quill Books - just so long as the Kickstarter project funds.

In other news, I've been busy putting together the Kickstarter video, which features more of Tom Brown's gorgeous gothic artwork.

Friday, 22 February 2013

Clemency Slaughter at the Sci-Fi Weekender

I (in other words, author Jonathan Green) shall be attending the Sci-Fi Weekender in North Wales from 1-3 March, and Clemency Slaughter is going to be coming with me.

I shall be hosting various panels and Q&A sessions, as well as selling and signing my own books over the course of the weekend.

If you happen to be going, and should happen to find yourself in the Author Zone, please do stop by to say hello and pick up an exclusive Clemency Slaughter postcard. I may even let slip a few more details about the Legacy of D'Eath...

Thursday, 21 February 2013

Postcards from the Edge

Or, more precisely, Vistaprint. I shall be taking these to the Sci-Fi Weekender to help promote our forthcoming project and Newcon Press may well have some at EasterCon too.

If you're visiting North Wales next week, do stop by my stand, pick up a postcard, and pledge your support!

Monday, 18 February 2013

Meet Clemency

This is the first portrait of Clemency Slaughter that artist Tom Brown drew.

(Click on the image above to enlarge it.)

What is it that makes her tick, do you think?

What is it with that manic gleam in her eyes, and the loosed tresses of hair?

What is the relevance of the repeated skull motif?

Have no fear, all will be revealed in due course...

Saturday, 16 February 2013