Godblind was released by Talos Press, an imprint of Skyhorse Publishing, on 11 July. Phase 2 of my plan for world domination is in motion.
It’s now available online and in all good bookshops in the US and Canada and I’d be thrilled if you’d consider picking up a copy.
Amazon’s pricing algorithms have gone a little funky lately, so you might find some weird pricing, particularly for the ebooks. Please note that’s nothing to do with me or with the publishers – Amazon sets its pricing, not us. So if it’s coming up expensive, do consider alternative outlets.
It’s a very strange feeling, knowing that your book is out in a different country. It coming out in the UK was a momentous occasion for me, but North America feels very special too. When I first signed with my agent and he told me he’d be looking for multiple rights deals, I think I just laughed – a shocked, disbelieving, this is what he tells everyone laugh. And then BAM! Within a few months he’d got me four. It’s things like that – like this – that make me hope that one day I might be able to do this for a living. Not a rich living, I’m cool with that, but a living nonetheless.
But while we’re on the subject of Godblind being available elsewhere, the German cover has now been revealed and is set for a February 2018 release. Isn’t it glorious?
I love how very different it is in style and feel, and that they’ve still included the red near the bottom – the Red Gods, perhaps?
I’ve also heard from Bragelonne in France; the French translation has been completed, and I believe it’s due for release there this autumn, though I don’t have a definite date yet.
So there you go, UK, US, Germany, France, with final details to tie up in the Netherlands and Poland.
Godblind is a world-traveller, baby. I just hope she gets to keep travelling.
Currently reading: The Court of Broken Knives, Anna Smith Spark
Currently watching: Game of Thrones season 4 (two more seasons before 7 opens!!)
Currently listening: Within Temptation, The Heart of Everything