M|W’s Mid-Summer Update

Hello Readers!  It’s mid-summer and as usual we’re in the thick of things. As you may have seen, we’ve just revealed the cover for our next children’s picture book Tabitha Won’t Sleep by David McLain and Felix Eddy which is now available for pre-order from Mirror World, Amazon, and elsewhere.   Tabitha Won’t Sleep is a... Continue Reading →

It’s Launch Day: Far, Far Away is here!

This book has been a long time in the works, and we are super proud of it. Containing 7 stories and novellas in 7 wildly different settings, this is Mirror World Publishing's very first anthology! We hope you will help us make this book a huge success and celebrate the winning authors and stories. All... Continue Reading →

Cover Reveal: Far, Far Away Anthology

In a land far, far away… In a distant galaxy… Once upon a time… These are all ways to begin fantastical tales of love and adventure. Gateways into the realms of imagination. In this anthology, we bring together authors from all over this world to transport you into the worlds they’ve created. Travel through space... Continue Reading →

Beyond the Bio: Karen McCreedy

As part of our Beyond the Bio series, we invited the science-fiction/fantasy author of the Unreachable Skies Trilogy, Karen McCreedy, to tell us a bit about herself. Here's what she had to say: I love reading (especially history fact and fiction, biographies and crime novels as well as science-fiction), and watching films (preferably at the... Continue Reading →

Beyond the Bio: David McLain

We asked our authors to tell us a bit about themselves so you can get to know them better. In case you're not familiar with David McLain yet, he's the author of The Time Traveller's Resort and Museum; a curious and wonderful blend of most of the genres that make up Mirror World Publishing. The... 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 →

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