Seventh Star Press is proud to reveal the new book trailer for H. David Blalock's Doom Angel, the third book in the Angelkiller Triad! In Doom Angel, the final confrontation between Jonah Mason's Army and the Dark Minion Dorian Azrael doesn't just dictate the fate of the Angelkiller's resistance cell. It is the key battle in a larger, global Conflict that can turn the tide against the oncoming Armageddon. It all will come down to who survives when the smoke clears, and who will receive their final reward. Doom Angel concludes the Angelkiller Triad, following Angelkiller and Traitor Angel. To learn more about H. David Blalock and his work, please visit http://www.thrankeep.com If you would like to read the Angelkiller Triad, here are some Amazon Links: Book 1, Angelkiller: http://www.amazon.com/Angelkiller-The-Triad-David-Blalock-ebook/dp/B006CR84AI Book 2, Traitor Angel: http://www.amazon.com/Traitor-Angel-Angelkiller-Triad-Blalock-ebook/dp/B009UO7KQO Book 3, Doom Angel: http://www.amazon.com/Angel-Angelkiller-Triad-David-Blalock-ebook/dp/B00IZW44RK For more information on Seventh Star Press, please visit http://www.seventhstarpress.com
Seventh Star Press is proud to announce that Anderson O'Donnell is coming aboard with his highly-acclaimed dystopian/noir novel Kingdom and future books featuring Tiber City!
Kingdom became an indie book sensation in 2012, when Kirkus Reviews made it one of their top 25 Indie Books of 2012, saying this about the novel: "A taut, brilliantly conceived thriller with impeccable pacing bursting with ideas...For fans of noir-laden science fiction in the vein of Philip K. Dick that is in equal measures suspenseful, gripping, darkly funny and philosophically challenging."
Kingdom takes the reader into a secret laboratory hidden under the desert, where a covert bioengineering project—codename “Exodus”—has discovered the gene responsible for the human soul.
Somewhere in the neon sprawl outside the nation’s collapsing economic core, a group of renegade monks are on the verge of uncovering a secret that has eluded mankind for centuries.
In a glittering tower high above the urban decay, an ascendant U.S. Senator is found dead—an apparent, yet inexplicable, suicide.
And in the streets below, a young man races through an ultra modern metropolis on the verge of a violent revolution....closing in on the terrible truth behind Exodus—and one man’s dark vision for the future of mankind.
Welcome to Tiber City.
Obsessed with Dystopian/noir fiction, the Clash, and his two sons, Anderson O’Donnell holds an undergraduate degree in English from the College of the Holy Cross. He has studied creative writing extensively with biopunk genre master Jack O’Connell and poet Robert Cording, whose work influenced Kingdom’s high/low culture dynamic. Anderson lives in Washington, DC, with his family.
|Original cover of 1st edition of Kingdom|
For more information on Anderson O'Donnell, Kingdom, and the forthcoming Tiber City novels, please visit Seventh Star Press at www.seventhstarpress.com
Seventh Star Press is proud to unveil the new cover art by Enggar Adirasa for the anthology Hero's Best Friend, edited by Scott M. Sandridge.
Joy Ward: “Toby and Steve Save the World”
Frank Creed: “Dusk”
Cassie Schau: “The Hunter’s Boy”
Steven Donahue: “Grit”
Jason Cordova: “Hill 142”
Herika R. Raymer: “Dook”
Essel Pratt: “Brothers”
Lisa Hawkridge: “Ezra’s Girl”
S. H. Roddey: “Look What the Cat Dragged In”
Steven S. Long: “The Wolf Sentinel”
Laura Anne Ewald: “Memorandum”
Cindy Koepp: “The Hat”
Ian Hunter: “Scarheid in the Glisting”
Steven Grassie: “The Masterless”
David Wright: “Wind of Change”
Renee Carter Hall: “The Emerald Mage”
Nick Bryan: “The Violet Curse”
Lillian Csernica and; Kevin Andrew Murphy: “The Restless Armadillo”
Douglas J. Ogurek: “Stuck on the Squigglybounce”
Sheila Deeth: “Passage”Hero's Best Friend Synopsis: How far would Gandalf have gotten without Shadowfax? Where would the Vault Dweller be without Dogmeat? And could the Beastmaster been the Beastmaster without his fuzzy allies? Animal companions are more than just sidekicks. Animals can be heroes, too! Found within are twenty stories of heroic action that focuses on the furries and scalies who have long been the unsung heroes pulling their foolish human buddies out of the fire, and often at great sacrifice—from authors both established and new, including Frank Creed, S. H. Roddey, and Steven S. Long. Whether you’re a fan of Epic Fantasy, Sword & Sorcery, Science Fiction, or just animal stories in general, this is the anthology for you! So sit back, kick your feet up, and find out what it truly means to be the Hero’s Best Friend. http://smsand.wordpress.com For further information on Seventh Star Press and titles such as Hero's Best Friend, please visit www.seventhstarpress.com
For Immediate Release May 22, 2013 Seventh Star Press is proud to reveal the new cover art from the award-winning Matthew Perry for J.L. Mulvihill's The Boxcar Baby, which kicks off an exciting new steampunk series, Steel Roots! Edited by Amanda DeBord, The Boxcar Baby introduces steampunk readers to AB'Gale Steel. Born in a boxcar on a train bound for Georgia. At least that is what Papa Steel always told AB'Gale. But now, fifteen years later, the man who adopted and raised her as his own is missing and it’s up to AB'Gale to find him. Aided only by a motley gang of friends, AB’Gale train hops her way across the United States in a desperate attempt to find her papa and put her life and family back the way it was. Her only guide is a map given to her by a mysterious hobo, with hand written clues she found hidden in her papa’s spyglass. Here is the Great American Adventure in an alternate steampunk dystopian world, where fifteen-year-old AB'Gale Steel learns that nothing is as it seems, but instead is shrouded in secrets and mysteries … and that monsters come in all shapes and forms. Born in Hollywood and raised in San Diego, CA, J.L. Mulvihill has made Mississippi her home for the past fifteen years. Her debut novel was the young adult title The Lost Daughter of Easa, an engaing fantasy novel bordering on science-fiction with a dash of steampunk, published through Kerlak Publishing. J.L. also has several short fiction pieces in publication, is very active with the writing community, and is the events coordinator for the Mississippi Chapter of Imagicopter known as the Magnolia-Tower. She is also a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), Gulf Coast Writers Association (GCWA), The Mississippi Writers Guild (MWG), as well as the Arts Council of Clinton, and the Clinton Ink-Slingers Writing Group. The Boxcar Baby will be released in both print and eBook formats during the beginning of June. For further information on The Boxcar Baby and the Steel Roots series, please visit www.seventhstarpress.com Contact: C.C. James Public Relations, Seventh Star Press ccjames (at) seventhstarpress.com Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky
For Immediate Release March 20, 2013
Southern Haunts and Perfect Flaw Anthologies Now Available!Seventh Star Press is proud to share the good news that two brand new anthologies, Southern Haunts: The Spirits That Walk Among Us, and Perfect Flaw, are now available in softcover, Kindle, and Nook formats! Southern Haunts: The Spirits That Walk Among Us is a wonderful new anthology from editors Alexander S. Brown and J.L. Mulvihill featuring 16 tales of ghosts and the paranormal. The book also features 16 illustrations from Robert. K and cover art by Enggar Adirasa. The list of stories and authors are as follows: Windsong Levitch – “Interview for a Ghost Hunter” H. David Blalock – “An Eclipse Over Elmwood” Richard Parks – “Sydney’s Cotton” Jason Hughes – “Ghost Road” Herika R. Raymer – “Cal’s Cutoff” Diane Ward – “The Shack” Roland Mannn – “Haints” L.S. Nadler – “You Will Come to Meet Your Demise” M.R. Williamson – “Hell’s Gate” William R. Eakin – “Maddness” Roman Merry – “Wellspring” Kalila Smith – “The Bequest” Miguel L. Viscarra – “The Cleansing” J.L. Mulvihill – “Bath 10″ Angela Lucius – “Nightmares at Moccasin Bend” Alexander S. Brown – “The Top Floor” The ebook version is just $3.99 and the direct links for the Kindle, Kindle UK, and Nook links are here: Southern Haunts: Kindle Version Southern Haunts: Kindle UK Version Southern Haunts: Nook Version The link to the softcover version on Amazon.com is: Southern Haunts: The Spirits That Walk Among Us- Softcover version on Amazon.com The second brand new release, Perfect Flaw, from editor Robin Blankenship, will satisfy those with a hunger for the dystopian, with 17 tales included! The book features cover art by Enggar Adirasa. The list of stories and authors are as follows: Leslie J Anderson – “Michael’s Gate” Jason Campagna – “Hope Unknown” Frank Roger – “Cracks in the Concrete” Mandi M. Lynch “Under a Pomegranate Sky” Shaun Avery – “The Job Hunter” Cathy Bryant – “Cost Benefit Analysis” Carolyn M. Chang – “Smilers” SC Langgle – “The Bird Below Ground” Delphine Boswell – “Tomorrow’s Children” Tanith Korravai – “Your Comfort is Important to Us” DeeDee Davies – “The Ultimate Sale” Ellen Brock – “Useless” Herika R. Raymer – “Seventh Degree” H David Blalock – “Guardian” H.S. Donnelly – “First Head” Jay Faulkner – “System Error” Michael O’Connor – “The Choosing” The eBook version is just $3.99 and the links for the Kindle, Kindle UK, and Nook links are here. Perfect Flaw: Kindle Version Perfect Flaw: Kindle UK Version Perfect Flaw: Nook Version The link to the softcover version on Amazon.com is: Perfect Flaw- Softcover version on Amazon.com For further information on Seventh Star Press, please visit www.seventhstarpress.com Contact: C.C. James Public Relations, Seventh Star Press ccjames (at) seventhstarpress.com Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky
For Immediate Release March 5, 2013