Not only has Jaffa Books seen new partnerships, with distribution deals with FurPlanet, Five Elements Press, and Rabbit Valley Comics, but we have also seen the first print books produced by Jaffa Books. Axinstone, Impossible Magic, and These Empty Words all saw print releases this year, and they are the first of many!
But after what has easily been Jaffa Books' most successful year, what can we expect for 2015?
A lot of things are yet to be confirmed, but rest assured there is so many exciting things around the corner that are waiting to be announced. More exciting books are coming, both ebooks and in print.
And of my writing?
Well, I have three upcoming releases confirmed.
The first is my short story, Experiment Seventy, that will be released in FurPlanet's science fiction anthology, The Furry Future. This is being released in January, and as part of Jaffa Books' partnership with FurPlanet, I can expect it to be available here not long after. There are a lot of fantastic authors in this anthology, so I hope lots of you will support it!
Experiment Seventy is the prequel to my second release of the year, my science fiction novel, Reborn. Set in the early days of inter-solar colonisation, this story follows the life of Captain Rhys Griffiths as he stuggles to adapt to a life that has been drastically altered following a teleporter malfunction.
It will be released at FurDu in May.
My final release of the year is the conclusion to the Destiny of Dragons trilogy, The Fate of Three. The human invasion has gotten worse, and the draconic way of life is in danger of being wiped out. The world of Farenar has taken an interest in the war now, and creatures from far away have joined the fray, for good or ill.
Fate of Three will be released at Supanova in November.
Thank you to everyone who read my books in 2014. I hope you stay with me in 2015!