As Promised . . .

This is just a quick post to make a few exciting announcements.

First, NRP is excited to announce that the digital edition of Sarah D’Almeida’s Death of a Musketeer will be available Wednesday, Feb. 23rd.  Death of a Musketeer was originally printed in 2006.  This will be the first time the book will be available in digital format.  Included with the book will be a preview of Musketeer’s Confessor.

Next, we’re pleased to announce that we will be publishing some of our titles not only in digital format but also in print.  The first of these, Impaler, by Kate Paulk, will appear next month.  There are others in the pipeline I’ll be able to announce over the next several days and weeks.

We hope you’re as excited by this news as are we.  Stay tuned for more updates in the next few days.  Regular blogging to return tomorrow.

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6 responses to “As Promised . . .

  1. Pam Uphoff

    Cool! You’re making the leap to an actual micro-press with a paper book!

    And even having only read a single chapter, I can see why Impaler would be the book to do it with.

    How are you planning on distributing it? Are you going to try to put out a print version regularly, or just on the occasional standout?

  2. C Kelsey

    This post literally made my day. Impaler deserves a dead tree run. No… it deserves NYT bestseller status. It is a REALLY good story.

  3. Chris, thanks. I really appreciate the vote of support – and I have to admit I can’t wait to get a copy in my hot little paws. Or claws. Possibly even hands if I’m sufficiently human that day.

  4. LOL. Kate. Sufficiently human. You mean the days you DON’T have leathery wings? And I thoroughly agree with Chris.

  5. James

    Kate, congratulations! This one will be on “to buy” list.

  6. You’re all making me blush – again. That looks really bad with the leathery wings and the claws. It just doesn’t work.

    Thanks :)

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