Sunday, 19 June 2011

JG and Pax Britannia on

If you check out the front page of right now (as in Sunday night) you'll see that top of the latest articles list (above one about detestable Doctor Who companion Melanie Bush) is an interview with me about The Ulysses Short Story Collection.

Dave Bradley (editor of SFX magazine) conducted the interview with me earlier this week via email and you can read the results here. I don't only talk about writing short stories during the course of the interview; there's also stuff about steampunk, novel writing and eBooks.

I'm very proud of the three stories in the collection - Fruiting Bodies, Vanishing Point and White Rabbit - which were all especially selected by myself, and it would appear that other people are discovering they like them as much as I do. And for 69p you can't really go wrong, can you?


Kaushik Karforma said...

Hello Mr. Green,

A question about e-books of the PB novels - do Abaddon have e-book version of Blood Royal and if yes, what's the price? Amazon lists only the paperback format and the Abaddon Website doesn't list Blood Royal as a .mobi

Jonathan Green said...

There are ebook versions of all the Pax Britannia books. To find them on Amazon you have to search for them as Kindle products.

Here's the link to the ebook edition of Blood Royal (which retails for £5.74):