It’s Launch Day! The Last Timekeepers and the Noble Slave by Sharon Ledwith is here!

About the Book: Eleven-year-old Drake Bailey is an analytical thinker and the genius of the Timekeeper crew. However, no logic or mathematical acumen can change the color of his skin, or prepare him for this third Timekeeper mission in antebellum Georgia. To survive, Drake must learn to play the role of a plantation slave and... Continue Reading →

Excerpt from The Cassini Division

A few months ago, Zombie Pirate Publishing launched The Ringed Giant, a sci-fi/fantasy collection of novelettes centered around Saturn; the planet and the god. The Cassini Division, written by myself (J.A. Dowsett) and Murandy Damodred is one of those novelettes. You can order the book on amazon if you would like to read the entire... Continue Reading →

The Repeating Tuesdays – Part 4

If you've been following along, you'll know that I've been sharing the first chapter of my science fiction/fantasy novel Ruins of Sapphire, the first book in the Crimson Winter Trilogy for young adults. If not, you can start here with Part 1. And if you're liking this so far, I suggest checking out the paperback... Continue Reading →

The Repeating Tuesdays – Part 3

I've been sharing the first chapter of Ruins of Sapphire, the first book in my young adult science fiction/fantasy trilogy Crimson Winter. You can find Part 1 here, and Part 2 here, or pick up a copy of the ebook or paperback in our online store. Bonus, it's currently ON SALE! CHAPTER 1 – TUESDAY…AGAIN?!... Continue Reading →

The Repeating Tuesdays – Part 1

In celebration of the re-release of my YA science fiction fantasy trilogy Crimson Winter, I've decided to share the first chapter of Volume One: Ruins of Sapphire with you. Here's part one. You can find the ebook and the paperback ON SALE in our online store! Tuesday... again? I woke up to the alarm on... Continue Reading →

The book that changed my life…

When people ask me if there’s a book that changed my life, my answer is always the same: Crimson Winter; Ruins of Sapphire. I’m fairly certain that when people ask this question, they’re not looking for me to name one of my own books, and especially not a YA science-fiction fantasy novel. They’re no doubt... Continue Reading →

Setbacks and Delays…

Unfortunately, these seem to be the themes of this year so far. With the world facing such troubles, it probably comes as no surprise that we too have been affected. Without the ability to attend in-person events, to host launch parties or book signings, to sell our books at marketplaces, and to connect with our... Continue Reading →

Anthology Contest: Extended Deadline

For some of us, being encouraged to stay home has resulted in a productive time creatively, but for others, the opposite is true. In recognition of the difficult and unprecedented times facing the world, we have decided to extend the deadline for entries into our Far, Far Away Anthology contest. You now have officially until... Continue Reading →

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