Unchosen, by Jeffrey Cook and Katherine Perkins, will be officially released on Amazon on October 13, 2017.
Clockwork Dragon is pleased and proud to support Writerpunk Press as they release their fourth anthology of ‘punked classic works today (May 23, 2017). You’ve seen Sound & Fury, Once More Unto the Breach, and Merely This and Nothing More. The newest addition is What We’ve Unlearned: English Class Goes Punk.
As with the previous three anthologies, all profits go to the PAWS animal rescue in Lynnwood, WA. The book includes stories from Jeffrey and Lee. We’ll have it with us at Miscon this weekend!
We’re excited to announce the next installment in Lee’s young adult urban fantasy series, Spirit Knights.
The ebook is currently in pre-order until March 21, the official release date. Until the 22nd, the ebook is only 99 cents.
If you’re new to the series, this book has massive spoilers. So massive we can’t offer an excerpt without spoiling something. It all begins in book 1, Girls Can’t Be Knights, an action/adventure story about ghost hunting in Portland and a mentor/apprentice relationship that becomes a father/daughter dynamic.
The series is available in print, ebook, and audiobook. The audiobook for Ghost Is the New Normal releases on March 28th.
And with winter comes…shows!
We had a great time at OrcaCon in Everett, WA a few weeks ago. Our upcoming schedule:
Radcon–Pasco, WA, Feb 17-19
The Portland Home & Garden Show’s Book Garden–Portland, OR, Feb 23-26
Miyakocon–Salem, WA, Feb 25
Emerald City Comic Con–Seattle, WA, March 2-5
MythicWorlds–Seatac, WA, March 17-19 (as a guest of TANSTAAFL Press)
Galaxaar–Issaquah, WA, March 19
Norwescon–Seatac, WA, April 13-16
CapitalIndieBookCon2 has also been scheduled! The 2017 show will be on May 13, 2017 at The Olympia Center in downtown Olympia.
Clever readers may notice some overlap on the dates. Jeff and Lee will be handling all these shows, sometimes splitting up to divide and conquer.
Our new release schedule is in flux right now, with only one confirmed date so far for 2017. But stay tuned, because we have a bunch of stuff in progress already, and we’re looking forward to another busy year.
Jeff and Lee are about to set out on a massive road trip adventure across the scorching Midwest.
August 4-7–First stop: Indianapolis for GenCon! Lee used to go to GenCon as an attendee back when it was held in Milwaukee, and she returned last year for the first time in *mumble* years as an author in Author’s Avenue. This year, Clockwork Dragon is making its debut at the Best Four Days In Gaming. Sechin will also be there as often he can be dragged away from everything else.
August 12-14–Second stop: Denver for Myths & Legends Con, AKA MALCon, which falls conveniently on the weekend after GenCon.
August 17-21: Third stop: Kansas City for WorldCon, this year called MidAmericon 2. Both are looking forward to seeing old WorldCon friends and making new ones.
When all that’s over, Lee has to go home, but Jeff will stop in Sandpoint, ID for Sandemonium on August 27.
Everyone is looking forward to the pictures from all these back-to-back events!
If you like books and live anywhere near Olympia, WA, Clockwork Dragon formally invites you to join us for a day celebrating indie authors and their books. July 16, 2016, we’ll bring a mountain of books to the Longhouse at Evergreen State College from 11am – 7pm. Admission is free.
Capital = Olympia is the state capital of Washington
Indie = Indie authors! Some are also traditionally published, but everyone will have at least one indie title
Book = All kinds of books! Not one genre, all the genres we could get our grubby paws on.
Con = A convergence. Of all things indie, book, and awesome.
Bus routes 41 and 48 both go to Evergreen State. Parking is free across the entire campus.
Even if you’re not in Olympia, please share this information so your online friends who are can find it.
The authors of Clockwork Dragon–Jeff, Lee, Lindsay, and Sechin–present our first group anthology. This collection of four stories was constructed around the them of “dragon.” But that alone isn’t enough. And because we can’t do anything the easy way, each story had to be a science fiction tale.
The result? Aliens, genetic modification, superheroes, the past, the future…
Includes a new Maze Beset story and a new Mad Science Institute story.
Available exclusively on Amazon.