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eSPEC EXCERPT - LITTLE SISTERS OF THE HOURGLASS (AWAKENED MODERN)

An excerpt from The Awakened Modern

Little Sisters of the Hourglass
James Chambers

They’re coming.

Weaver closed his book and rested it on his lap. He finished the last of the scotch in the crystal tumbler on the side table, ice clinking against glass, then stood and replaced the book on a bookshelf. 527 more words

James Chambers

Charlotte Loses Patience

Charlotte was sure that the Prince had been summoned to meet her, and in support of this she recounted a conversation that had taken place between her and ‘a Government person’ at Windsor. 466 more words

Princess Charlotte Of Wales

EARLY WARNING SYSTEM

Our next campaign is about to launch:  

eSpec Books is working in conjunction with The Awakened editor and game designer Hal Greenberg to bring you the first-ever incursion of… 133 more words

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BAD-ASS FAERIES EXCERPT - THE WAY OF THE BONE

This is a part of our series of excerpts connected with our campaign for The Best of Bad-Ass Faeries. All of the authors have been selected based on fan and reviewer recognition as some of the best examples of Bad-Ass Faeries, representing over a decade of this award-winning series. 1,018 more words

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AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT - JAMES CHAMBERS

eSpec Books interviews James Chambers, contributor to The Best of Bad-Ass Faeries, edited by Danielle Ackley-McPhail. Funding now on Kickstarter as a part of their #Make100 campaign, … 1,110 more words

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CONVENTION SCHEDULE - PHILCON

Hard to believe that Philcon is already coming up. eSpec Books will have a table in the dealer’s room, for those who need to bring their library up to date. 197 more words

AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT - DANIELLE ACKLEY-McPHAIL

It is rare that I post my personal author stuff her on the eSpec blog, but my good friend James Chambers did an extensive interview with me a while back (big enough to have been broken into SIX posts) and I don’t currently have an active author blog to post it to, so I’m sharing here. 45 more words

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