Tag: DAW Books

Cover art reveal: FACES, Book 3 in The Masks of Aygrima

Just got this from DAW Books today: it’s the cover art for Faces, Book 3 in my Masks of Aygrima trilogy, written as E.C. Blake. It builds on the previous two covers and reveals, appropriately enough, Mara’s face for the first time. I like it a lot! How about you? Like the first two covers, …

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I’ve turned in Faces, Book 3 of The Masks of Aygrima, to DAW!

                      Early this morning I sent off Faces, Book 3 in The Masks of Aygrima, to Sheila Gilbert, my editor (and co-publisher with Betsy Wollheim) at DAW Books. I’m quite pleased with it–I hope she is, too! We’ll be discussing it at World Fantasy Convention in Washington, D.C., early in …

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A couple of new book reviews…

While the most recently released book is always the one that generates the most reviews (although reviews for Masks have slowed tremendously since it first came out), older books can still spark reviews at unexpected intervals, and recently a couple of reviews popped up for some of my older books. Outworlder Reviews picked up The …

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Some thoughts on the reviews of Masks

One of the…um, eye-opening…things about having novels published (and at this point, under both this name and others, I’ve had quite a few) is the realization, as the reviews start to come in (if you’re lucky enough to even get reviewed), that not everyone thinks you have written the most amazingly wonderful book of all …

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YA or not YA? Qwillery review of Masks hits on a salient point

I haven’t been posting about all the reviews Masks has been getting because there have been quite a lot of them–more than I’m used to, and a function, I think, of this being my first hardcover release and getting some early favorable attention from the likes of Publishers Weekly and RT Book Reviews. There’s also …

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Ten autographed copies of Masks on sale for charity at Patrick Rothfuss’s blog

The estimable Patrick Rothfuss, New York Times-bestselling author of the amazing fantasies The Name of the Wind and The Wise Man’s Fear, with whom I share the honor of being published by DAW Books, has a long history of selling signed books and other artifacts through his website to raise money for charity. Right now, …

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Author’s copies of Masks arrive!

One of the great joys of having a new book coming out is the arrival of your author’s copies–which is what happened yesterday with Masks. November 5 is the big day when everyone who wants it can buy it, but I get to see it first! Pretty, aren’t they?

Masks by E.C. Blake: Prologue and Chapter One

Masks, the first book in The Masks of Aygrima, my new fantasy trilogy for DAW Books (written as E.C. Blake) will be released in hardcover and ebook formats in just over one month’s time, on November 5. I’m very excited about this, of course, and I want you to be excited, too. And so, as …

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Penguin’s promotional video for Masks hits YouTube

Just saw this today! It was shot back in January when I was in New York to visit the DAW offices…

A sneak peek at the cover art for Shadows

I’ve officially got permission to share this, although it’s not quite the final final cover: the appearance of the text might change slightly. The art is finalized, though. This is the cover for Shadows, the second book in The Masks of Aygrima series that begins with the release of Masks by DAW Books on November …

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Science fiction vs. fantasy: what’s the difference?

My column for the latest issue of the Saskatchewan Writers Guild magazine Freelance… Although science fiction and fantasy often overlap in both bookshelves and readership, they aren’t actually the same genre. Exactly where you draw the line between them, of course, is a matter of some debate. (Because, well, what isn’t?) Just do a Google …

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Pre-order Masks now!

Masks, first book in my new fantasy series from DAW, written as E.C. Blake, won’t be released until November 5: but you can pre-order it now through Amazon! They’ve already got the product page up. Masks will be followed next year by Shadows, and then by Faces. And after that…well, we’ll see. I’m hoping the …

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