16. September 2013 09:34
Jay Lake’s Process of Writing is officially out! Of course, we need to have a contest for it. Link this page on Facebook, twitter, or your blog between now and September 30th to be entered into a contest to win the last signed and numbered limited JayWake hardback edition of Jay Lake’s Process of Writing, complete with Howard Tayler’s artwork. You will also receive a JayWake pin and a JayWake smooshed penny. This contest is not limited by geography.
If your entry is on Facebook or on your blog, post that link on Twitter directed to @ApocalypseInk or contact us through email at email@example.com
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New from Apocalypse Ink Productions, Jay Lake’s Process of Writing. Now available in physical and e-book formats. Win the JayWake edition! http://bit.ly/13fXDMg
What will you win? We’re glad you asked. Take a look.
Hardback limited JayWake edition of Jay Lake’s Process of Writing. #47/50 and signed by Jay Lake.
The smooshed JayWake penny gifted by Janna Silverstein.
The JayWake pin designed by Howard Tayler and gifted by Minerva Zimmerman.
3. September 2013 12:54
Apocalypse Ink Productions is pleased to announce they will be publishing the Sheynan trilogy—an urban fantasy series about a secret war between factions of shapeshifters—by Dylan Birtolo. This trilogy includes re-mastered editions of the series first two books: The Shadow Chaser and The Bringer of War. After the third book is written, AIP will offer an omnibus of all three books.
The already funded kickstarter ends on Saturday, September 7th. Since the kickstarter is fully funded and has met several of its stretch goals, AIP will be giving ebook copies of two AIP published books: Famished: The Farm by Ivan Ewert and Caller Unknown by Jennifer Brozek to every kickstarter backer. With 4 days left in the kickstarter, there are a couple of stretch goals to go--including an entertaining video of Dylan flipping over a horse in full armor. All we can say at AIP is “Ow.”
Learn more about Dylan Birtolo and his writing at his website www.dylanbirtolo.com. We hope you join us for the new series.