Tag: science fiction

Master of the World now in mass-market paperback!

Master of the World, Book 2 in my Worldshapers series from DAW books, is now available in mass-market paperback, for just $7.99 US/$10.99 CDN, from your favorite bookseller. You know you want it! Amazon U.S. | Amazon Canada | Indigo | Barnes & Noble | Penguin Random House | Indiebound Longlisted for The Sunburst Award for Excellence in Canadian Literature of the Fantastic in the Young Adult Fiction category. …

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Literary Titan calls Worldshaper “a mesmerizing story”

There’s a great new review of Worldshaper from Literary Titan, which gives it four out of four stars. Some highlights: “Worldshaper by Edward Willett is an exciting supernatural adventure story that builds on a unique premise to deliver a mesmerizing story…one of the most unique setups to a story that I’ve read this year…we get to …

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New release: From the Street to the Stars (Andy Nebula: Interstellar Rock Star, Book 1)

The latest release from my Shadowpaw Press is the completely revised new edition of Andy Nebula: Interstellar Rock Star, Book 1, now titled From the Street to the Stars. You can download the ebook version directly from Shadowpaw Press: From the Street to the Stars (Andy Nebula: Interstellar Rock Star, Book 1) Amazon.com | Amazon.ca …

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New review of Worldshaper: “a ripping yarn”

This is an interesting new review of Worldshaper, from Hal C F Astell at The Nameless Zine. He raises questions about the novel’s world that I enjoyed reading because they are in fact the very questions I begin to address in Book 2, Master of the World (as he hopes I will) and Book 3, …

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Cover art reveal: Star Song, coming soon from Shadowpaw Press

Shapers of Worlds, the Kickstarted anthology featuring work by some of the first-year guests on my podcast, The Worldshapers, will likely be the next Shadowpaw Press title, but I’m also working on others, including a young-adult science fiction novel called Star Song…and here’s the cover art! (Dan O’Driscoll is the artist–he does covers for Bundoran Press, so he …

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Great new StoryBundle includes my first DAW novel, Lost in Translation

The new Bundoran Buddies Book Bundle II, curated by Bundoran Press publisher and editor Hayden Trenholm, is now available. It includes my first novel for DAW Books, Lost in Translation. (I’m definitely a Bundoran Buddy: Bundoran published my Peregrine Rising duology, Right to Know and Falcon’s Egg; Right to Know was part of an earlier …

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FUNDED: a Kickstarter for an anthology of short fiction from some of today’s top science fiction and fantasy authors

My Kickstarter campaign to fund Shapers of Worlds, an anthology of short stories from some of the authors who were guests my Aurora Award-winning podcast, The Worldshapers, in its first year, was a great success, raising $15,700 CDN, well above the original goal of $13,500. As a result, the anthology is full-steam ahead, heading for an August …

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A new seven-sentence short story

Last night, as part of my ongoing gig as writer-in-residence at the Saskatoon Public Library, I led a large group of writers through the Seven-Sentence Short Story exercise, created by science fiction and fantasy author (and former English teacher) James Van Pelt. I’ve used this as an exercise several times now in writing classes and …

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Cover art and title reveal for Worldshapers Book 3: The Moonlit World

In the past week both the title and the cover have been finalized for Book 3 of the Worldshapers series. Book 3, which takes place in a world of werewolves and vampires (and also normal humans) will be called The Moonlit World. And here’s the cover! Book 1, of course, was Worldshaper and Book 3 …

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Great review of Lost in Translation

It’s always nice when an older book gets discovered by a reader, and such was the case with Lost in Translation, my very first novel from DAW Books. On Goodreads, Aleksandar Ovnarski praises it in a five-star review, calling it a “wonderful book”: “…at first Lost in Translation seemed like a short space opera, but …

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Paths to the Stars shortlisted for Saskatchewan Book Awards

Thrilled to announce that Paths to the Stars, my collection of science fiction and fantasy short stories, the initial release from my own Shadowpaw Press, has been shortlisted in two categories for this year’s Saskatchewan Book Awards. The book, which features twenty-two short stories, most previously published but a few published for the first time, …

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Cover art reveal! Master of the World, Book 2 of Worldshapers

Here’s the cover art for Book 2 of my Worldshapers series, Master of the World! It’s the work of Juliana Kolesova, a Russian-born artist now living in Toronto. It comes out in September from DAW Books (it’s my 10th novel for them–hard to believe!) in trade paperback, ebook, and audiobook formats. Worldshaper, Book 1 in …

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