Not as frazzled as usual, which means I’m overlooking something. 🙂
So. The print version of Forcing the Spring will be available in November. I’ve dawdled with uploading the files, my bad.
A Carpathian Campaign, the first of the Powers trilogy, is scheduled for December 15 or so release, possibly a touch earlier. It is the alt-history/ secret history of WWI on the Eastern Front, and features Helmuth Eszterházy’s grandfather, with a supporting role for Joschka’s father-in-law to be. For those who had wondered why certain aspects of Rachel and Joschka’s world are different from ours, now you get to see a bit of that why.
Big news! Alexander Soldier’s Son: An Alexi’s Tale Omnibus will be out this week in e-format, and in print in November. All of Alexi’s Tales plus one (“Firebird’s Feather”) in one volume. I am going to keep the single stories on sale, at least for now. For those who were wondering, the word-count on Alexi comes to over 100,000, making it longer than any novel I’ve written thus far.
I’m submitting the Rajworld story (1.3 novels thus far) to a small press, so after two more chapters, I will not be running any more. I also do not know when it will be released for sale.
At the moment, the next novel out will be the next Colplatschki book, followed by the next Cat book, then the next Powers book.