Our official publication schedule of forthcoming titles. New books will be announced here, dates are subject to change.
Demons of the Past: Revelation
by Ryk E. Spoor
Release Date: August 5, 2021
One Against an Empire
Only a psionic can survive battle with another psionic. And human psionics become megalomaniacal monsters. These two truths were drilled into everyone in the Reborn Empire. But…
Commander Sasham Varan had survived a Zchoradan psionic attack… and because of this, Prime Monitor Shagrath brought him into a top-secret project to create a stable human psi. Then a chance flaw in the treatment shows Varan that Shagrath is no hero, but a malevolent, inhuman being bent on the destruction of the Empire. With the help of “Vick”, the alien scientist who invented the psionic treatment, Varan manages to escape, and send a single, cryptic message to Taelin Mel’Tasne, one of the Five Families and Varan’s best friend.
Now on the run, branded a rebel and a murderous psi, Varan’s hope to save the Empire – and perhaps the Galaxy – rests on his own determination and still-untested powers, two alien scientists with their own agendas, the mysterious trader named The Eonwyl… and Taelin Mel’Tasne’s faith in his friend.
Demon Lord De Elysium
by Gorg Huff & Paula Goodlett
Release Date: August 12, 2021
When Pucorl, the puck who’d possessed a 21st century BMW van, turned the demon Beslizoswian into roadkill on a battlefield outside Paris in the year 1372, he didn’t know what he was getting into. How could he? No puck had ever slain a Demon Lord before. But Themis the goddess of proper behavior has determined that Pucorl is now the proper lord of Beslizoswian’s Caverns of Torment. And what’s a puck-enchanted van with a crush on his mechanic supposed to do with Caverns of Torment?
In this third book of the Demon Rift series we get a look at how things work on the demon side of the veils between the worlds—and how adventuring looks to the servants who go along to cook the meals and take care of the wagons. And how a demon in the form of a dinosaur ended up the majordomo of Carl’s Not So Bad Caverns.
We also learn about what’s going on in France and England while Pucorl and the twenty-firsters are in Constantinople. We meet a few gods, make a few deals, and even see a truly magical kiss and some of its consequences. All in all it’s a fun romp through the magic of Pucorl’s lands in Elysium.
And if you don’t already have them you’ll want the first two books in the series: The Demons of Paris and The Demons of Constantinople.
MRS. Flannery’s Flowers
by Bethanne Kim
Release Date: August 19, 2021
Big things are happening in Grantville since the whole town was sent through time and space to war-torn seventeenth-century Germany, and up-timer nursing student Krystal Reed isn’t handling it very well. She never wanted to live in Grantville and being sent back to the seventeenth century just makes it worse. Working with doctors who think bleeding is a legitimate medical practice and that women have no business in medicine is exasperating, to say the least—but their prejudices are no match for the new medical programs in Grantville and Jena. Now if only she can recover from losing her parents, her friends, her home, her college, and her future.
Nils Jorgensen and his family are just a few of the thousands of down-timers looking for a new future in Grantville. They arrive with little more than their skills. Through hard work, the Jorgensens start a fashion empire.
For people like elderly Irene Flannery, life is more about smaller, personal issues. With no family left up-time, her biggest worry now that’s she’s in the seventeenth century is having a married curate at the Catholic church. (The scandal!) But she has kept a secret since FDR was President and she’ll defend her rose bushes to the death because of it.