Nov. 7 – Ring of Fire Press Open House
The link to join the Open House will be posted here and on our Facebook page on the day of the event. (Nov. 7)
We will be featuring a monthly Open House with our authors on the first Saturday of every month, starting on Saturday, November 7th. The Open House will begin at 1:00 PM Central Standard Time, and 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.
New this week!
Things Could Be Worse
by Virginia DeMarce
In the years that follow the Ring of Fire, Pastor Kastenmeyer copes with Stiefelite Lutheran heretics, Flacian Lutheran ultra-orthodox, and the strange new up-time world of shorts, blue jeans, and unknown religious denominations. His struggles and travails have a surprisingly revolutionary impact on seventeenth-century Lutheranism—perhaps to no one’s greater surprise than the pastor himself.
Ring of Fire Con News!
Ring of Fire was an unqualified success with our guest and attendees! And it continues to entertain, educate, and enlighten attendees and those looking to hear from some of the best authors and creators alive today.
As a recap today we are featuring our panel on modern publishing!
Coming Out Next from Ring of Fire Press!
by David Drake
Release Date: October 29, 2020
Old Nathan is a backwoodsman in the Appalachia of an older era saturated with mysterious powers—of which he has quite a few himself.
He and his bull Spanish King put to rest a monster’s ghost for the sake of a youngster in love. That ghost is not the only one he has to deal with, for many ghosts are filled with greed.
Old Nathan has to deal with thieves and bullies and witches, too, as well as the enmity of a powerful clan. He’s not the only one with powers in the region, although he may be the most cunning.
He’ll give it all up, though, for a new chance at life—which may be coming his way.