Thursday, 20 September 2018

E-books

We’ve been working to make some of our clients’ books available as e-books. In some cases, these are hard-to-find, out-of-print titles that we’d hate to see forgotten, and in other cases we’ve partnered with our clients to publish e-book exclusives. We’re excited about each and every title we’ve published, and we hope you’ll spend some time exploring this page. Happy reading!

Tim AKERS

Sarah ASH

Mayer Alan BRENNER

James P. BLAYLOCK

Jack CAMPBELL 

Adam-Troy CASTRO 

Louis CHARBONNEAU

Michael COBLEY

Aliette DE BODARD NEW BOOK!

William C. DIETZ

K. EASON

Brenda ENGLISH

Joe Clifford FAUST

The Hot Blood Series, and other horror anthologies edited by Jeff GELB and Michael GARRETT

Randall GARRETT, including the Gandalara Cycle written with Vicki Ann HEYDRON

Simon R. GREEN

GIL GRIFFIN

Charlaine HARRIS

John HEMRY NEW BOOK!

Jim C. HINES

Mark HODDER NEW BOOKS!

Anthologies by Del HOWISON

Tanya HUFF

Marjorie B. KELLOGG

Toni L. P. KELNER

Meyer LEVIN

Erin LINDSEY

Scott MACKAY

Ian R. MacLEOD NEW BOOKS!

Ian McDONALD

Ari MARMELL NEW BOOKS!

Elizabeth MOON

Silvia MORENO-GARCIA

E. C. MYERS

Daniel José OLDER

Anthologies: Joshua PALMATIER

Janci PATTERSON

Ellery QUEEN

Justina ROBSON

Brandon SANDERSON NEW BOOKS!

Michael SCHIEFELBEIN

Rick SHELLEY

Julie Dean SMITH

Jon SPRUNK

Rochelle STAAB

E. J. SWIFT

E. L. TETTENSOR

Lavie TIDHAR

Edo VAN BELKOM

Elaine VIETS

Jeri WESTERSON

John ZAKOUR, including novels with Lawrence GANEM NEW BOOKS!

Joe ZIEJA

Got a question? Found a typo? Looking for a review copy? Feel free to email us at ebooks [at] awfulagent [dot] com.

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