The Revolution has begun!
Well, Renaissance may be a more appropriate term, but it just doesn't have the same urgency or energy as revolution.
What is the FF Rev? This is a reworking, revision, and repackaging of my existing titles as I move into the Fugitive Fiction of 2014, and it's happening in two stages. Coolest part about Stage One: the new cover art on The Thorne Legacy, as seen above. I have recruited artist Julius Camenzind's unique talents to do this cover and have asked him to be available when the next two installments of the Endless Dark Trilogy are ready for publication (2014 and 2015, most likely). Which reminds me, I'm announcing that Legacy is officially part of a trilogy... That's also part of the Revolution, as well as putting out a new edition of the interior of the book and setting things in motion to produce an audio edition.
Also in Rev Stage One is the 3rd edition of A Long Walk Down a Dark Alley, coming out just in time for the Goodreads giveaway of this book. (And it's not too late to get on the list for the giveaway -- just click on the icon on the left sidebar.) This 3rd edition features a bonus story added to the "trio of dark tales" as well as a new excerpt from The Prince of Luster and Decay to entice you into reading that one as well.
Stage Two of the Revolution, due to hit around the first of the new year, will be revisions and repackaging of the fantasy works Tarnish and The Prince of Luster and Decay, both of which are now the first two books of the Thunderstrike Saga. I have hired on artist Trevor Smith to paint new fantastic covers for those books as well. (More on Stage Two when we get there...)
Following the completion of the Fugtive Fiction Revolution on my existing titles will be the release of my next book, the superheroic collection Dreams of Flying. So stay tuned for that book too, flying to a bookshelf (both physical and virtual) near you spring of 2014.
So check out the new editions of The Thorne Legacy and A Long Walk, and join the giveaways on Goodreads! And until next time, REVOLT! (No, wait, don't do that. Sorry I got caught up in the revolution thing...)
(And in case you didn't notice, clicking on the artists' names will take you to their blogs. Check 'em out.)