Friday 4 July 2008

A Very Belated Update

Hello Folks

First of all, apologies for this massively late update on the Abaddon universe. It has been a very busy few months what with going to LA, then going on holiday to Majorca and now I have to catch up with everything before we go to the San Diego Comicon in a few weeks time.
Anyway, by now - hopefully - you have all picked up your copies of Tomes of The Dead: I, Zombie by Al Ewing. If you're in the UK that is, the US copies will ship shortly and should be on shelves in the not too distant future.

And talking of zombies, the very gifted Mark Harrison has just finished the cover for the next book in the collection, Tomes of The Dead: Anno Mortis (November, UK) by Rebecca Levene.

And, I have yet another cover for you because Mark also managed to produce a stunning cover for Jonathan Green's next Pax Britannia, Human Nature (December, UK). 

So, lots of good stuff to look forward to. I will confirm US release dates shortly. We have just transfered to a new US distributor, National Book Network. I'm currently working with the team there to get the schedule and release dates sorted. More news soon.

The next UK release from us meanwhile is Twilight of Kerberos: The Clockwork King of Orl by Mike Wild, which will be hitting shelves in August. Mike has produced a rip-roaring adventure tale that expands on the world of Twilight and reveals new and exciting secrets that will impact throughout the series. This is the first book in a series of adventures for Kali Hooper, tomb-raider and adventurer extraordinaire.

So, life is generally pretty busy here at Abaddon towers. 

Happy Reading!

Jonathan Oliver

1 comment:

Perkunos said...

The next few books will be interesting to wait. Specially Anno Mortis. I already have I,zombie and I am enjoying it.

Are you expanding your universe/market with more books per year?

Sniper Elite had only one book? No more books are going to be related to that "world"?

What about new projects? New Universes?

I truly enjoy Tomes of the Dead and the Afterblight Chronicles. I really hope that these two settings don't fade way like Inan.