Sunday, 31 January 2010

Oxford Steampunk'd

Remember that the Steampunk exhibition at the Museum of the History of Science is running until the 21 February, so if you've not been along yet, why not put it in your diary now?

Saturday, 30 January 2010

Abaddon & Solaris Books podcast

The first Abaddon & Solaris Books podcast has been released and can be downloaded from iTunes. Simply click on your iTunes browser and search for Abaddon or Solaris.

Listen to editor-in-chief Jonathan Oliver and desk editor David Moore talk about all things genre in fiction, including Jon's first novel, The Call of Kerberos. Oh, and Pax Britannia gets a mention too.

And dig those tribal rhythms!

So what are you still doing here reading this? Check it out now!

Sunday, 17 January 2010

Pax Britannia is just great

Not my words, but the words of Pablo Cheesecake, who says other very nice things about the Pax Britannia books - and Evolution Expects in particular - here!

Monday, 11 January 2010

Rebecca Levene's Infernal Game

M'colleague, fellow writer Rebecca Levene has created her own original series for Abaddon Books. It's called The Infernal Game and the first book in the series, Cold Warriors, is out later this year.

You can read more about Cold Warriors here, while over at Pornokitsch you can read an interview they've conducted with Rebecca. Part one is here and part two is here. Enjoy, and check out her Afterblight book Kill or Cure and her Tomes of the Dead title Anno Mortis as well!

Saturday, 9 January 2010

Creating a buzz

It would appear that with five books in the series in print already and another three due over the next 12 months or so, Pax Britannia is starting to create something of a buzz.

The books have received consistently good reviews from the SF press and was even voted Unnatural History SFcrowsnest's 16th most popular book of the year!

And now one senor Pablo Cheesecake has even list the forthcoming Blood Royal and Dark Side as two of the publications he is most looking forward to this year.

If you're inspired, intrigued or simply incredulous about Ulysses Quicksilver's adventures and the world of Pax Britannia why not drop me a line. You never know, you could end up with a cameo in a forthcoming adventure, rather like Michelle Powell.

Anyway, here's to 2010 (or 1998, as it is in the World of Pax Britannia)!