Interview with David Drake!

We are doing interviews with authors working with Ring of Fire Press including this week an interview with David Drake! Click here to watch the video.

RoF Open House

We will also be featuring a monthly open house with our authors on  Saturday, November 7th, beginning at 1 PM Central Standard Time. we’ll introduce the new books we’re publishing in the November time frame. You’ll get a chance to chat with the authors, meet Eric Flint, talk about the books, and have a chance to win an autographed copy of Old Nathan by David Drake. We’re going to share with you upcoming offerings from Ring of Fire Press, and you will have a chance to win an eARC of the book of your choice.

Zoom Information For Open House:

Topic: ROF Press Open House
Time: Nov 7, 2020 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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by Cecelia Holland

In 1872, the notorious outlaw King Callahan adopts an orphan after Lily’s father is killed in a botched robbery in Virginia City. They flee to Los Angeles, where Callahan tries to make a better life, but his talents all run to robbery. He runs afoul of the Southern Pacific Railroad, which is moving in on the south coast, bringing money, corruption, and inevitable social changes. A railroad detective relentlessly pursues the outlaw, which means he is also chasing Lily.

Five years later, Lily has grown up. Part of an acting troupe, she goes to San Francisco, the golden city, a mix of extreme wealth and desperate poverty, limitless opportunity and instant disaster. There, she searches for the mother she only dimly remembers, and encounters again the railroad detective who had pursued her through Los Angeles. The railroad strikes, rioting and uproar that consumed the whole United States in that summer reaches San Francisco and Lily is caught up in the turmoil of a free-wheeling society that is making itself up as it goes along.