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milamber_reborn
February 18th, 2002, 08:29 PM
I'd like to know the names of books and authors in these forums and info on where the books are available.

Gary Wassner
February 19th, 2002, 04:36 AM
I cannot give you info on any other of the members or moderators. but, I can tell you that GemQuest: The Twins is mine. you can read the reviews right here at sffworld and use the links to purchase it, or you can go to my website at http://www.sff.net/people/gary-wassner/ to read about it and the subsequent books in the series (I just completed book III so no mention of it is there yet). you can also buy it at booksamillion.com, walmart.com, amazon.com etc. - the prices vary quite a bit from one to the next.

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Radthorne
February 19th, 2002, 10:37 AM
Same as for Gary (our books are both published by iUniverse): my book The Road To Kotaishi is available at all the major online book retailers (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc.), and an excerpt is available to read here on sffworld. A longer excerpt is available at www.kevinradthorne.com (http://www.kevinradthorne.com) where there are also links to the online resellers.

A new edition of the book should be out before the end of the year from another publisher, which will be available in regular bookstores. A sequel, The Sands of Sabakushi, should be out early next year.

Kevin Radthorne
www.kevinradthorne.com (http://www.kevinradthorne.com)

Erebus
February 19th, 2002, 01:20 PM
Okay, well since you were asking, here's the list of my works published to date:

Reflections: Book One of The Erebus Equilibrium
SC ISBN: 0-9703682-9-1 (2001)
CD ISBN: 0-9703682-8-3 (2000)

The Anvil Amulet: Book Two of The Erebus Equilibrium
SC ISBN: 1-58939-076-8 (2001)

Wraith Tide: Book Three of The Erebus Equilibrium
SC ISBN: 1-58939-101-2 (2001)

All the above published by Virtualbookworm.com Publishing Inc.

Tale Spin
PB ISBN: 1-877034-06-1 (2001)
CD ISBN: 1-877043-12-6 (2002)

Bowman Publishing (Aust.)

My books are available through Amazon, B&N etc. and you can click HERE (http://www.wn.com.au/clubclad/erebus/order.htm) to find the various links.


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Penumbra
February 19th, 2002, 05:49 PM
The Kaska Trilogy (Gam, Pmat, Kesht)
The Chronicles of Zusalem (The Find, Pathandu)

All are reviewed on this site with excerpts. You can glean more from my website at: http://rieserbooks.homestead.com/rieserbooks.html

Thanks for asking.

James Barclay
February 22nd, 2002, 01:47 AM
I'm published in the UK, Australia and NZ as well as Russia and Poland at present (no US deal but you live in hope, don't you?)

Books so far are a trilogy called 'Chronicles of The Raven.' Titles in chronological order are:

Dawnthief
Noonshade
Nightchild

They're online at amazon.co.uk (and the first two at the .com site) as well as a few other internet bookstores, mainly UK based. In most UK bookshops too (or orderable therein). For other info, I've got a website, which is criminally undermaintained at present. www.jamesbarclay.com (http://www.jamesbarclay.com)

And like Penumbra, thanks for asking.
Good luck.

Rob B
February 22nd, 2002, 02:01 AM
no US deal but you live in hope, don't you?
IMHO, one of the greater travesties of US publishers depriving the US audiences of these books.

James Barclay
February 23rd, 2002, 02:09 AM
Thanks Fitz. Much appreciated.

What we've decided to do now is print about 3,000 of the trade of Dawnthief and sub them into US bookstores via a third party marketing company - March is the target date. Hopefully that might spark enough interest but we'll have to wait and see.

Spacejock
February 25th, 2002, 01:51 AM
I don't post a lot but I am a member ;-)

Never adverse to a bit of publicity, so I'll point out that I wrote 'Hal Spacejock', a nutty SF novel about a spaceship pilot you wouldn't trust on a moped and a robot with more leaks than a public convenience. I'm working on a sequel but it's slow going. I'm the sort of person who needs a lazy three or four hours to bash out a chapter, and if I ever get 3 or 4 hours I use them for something else <grin>

Oh, the url is www.spacejock.com (http://www.spacejock.com)

Cheers
Simon