Friday, October 18, 2013

Hiatus 2013

Dear Readers,

I'm sorry to say but I need a hiatus. I struggle to deliver Edi's Weekend Wave within time. Furthermore I neither have enough time for reading and reviewing. The rest of the month will be really busy.
So I finally decided to have a break.
I will return on 9th of November with Edi's Weekend Wave #issue 1345.

I want to finish this post with something positive.

I found following information over at Joe's Blog (author Joseph Robert Lewis).

Free this week: Europa (A Dark Fantasy Trilogy)

For the next five days (October 16 to 20), you can get my dark fantasy trilogy Europa free on Amazon Kindle. [ Get it now! ]

About the book:
Book 1 – Omar the Immortal - In the dazzling and dangerous land of Marrakesh, globe-trotting scholar Omar Bakhoum joins an airship expedition into the freezing north in search of a fabled country called Ysland, but howling ice storms, legions of ghosts, and a deadly samurai stand in his path.
Book 2 – Freya the Huntress - In the snowy highlands of Ysland, Freya’s sister is attacked by a diseased creature. Now, the Viking huntress has only a few hours to find a cure before her sister becomes a monstrous fox demon. But she learns that the only person who can cure the demon plague is a certain traveler from a distant land, but he was murdered five years ago…
Book 3 – Wren the Fox Witch - The young witch Wren follows her mentor Omar across the frozen wastes of Europa to the warring cities of Constantia and Stamballa, where war is the least of her problems. While Omar leads a desperate battle against an undead army, Wren must face the immortal witch Baba Yaga, who has gone mad grieving for her son, Koschei the Deathless. During their duel, Wren confronts the spiteful souls of her dead teachers, her own secret fears made flesh, and the waking nightmares of Baba Yaga herself.
This series is a tour of Norse and Russian mythology, terrorized by werewolves (werefoxes!), ghosts, zombies, and witches. The swashbuckling adventure is punctuated by nightmarish creatures and mysteries, as well as deeply passionate moments between the heroines and their lovers, as well as some steampunky ties to the Halcyon and Chimera series.

Why are you still here?
Go get the Europa trilogy at
Go get the Europa trilogy at
Go get the Europa trilogy at

See you on 9th of November 2013.



Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Sorry you are out of time for everything right now. A break sounds like a good idea. Take a breather and we'll see you in three weeks.

Zoltán Gecse said...

Sad news... :(

I also think a break will be good idea. I hope you will return with strong-spirit! Read a lot!

Zoltán Gecse said...

... and hire some clones from Alex. ;)

bibliotropic said...

Sometimes a hiatus is the best thing a person can do. Gives them a break, and lets them come back with renewed energy for the project. Take care, and I look forward to seeing your posts when you start them up again. :)

Rosalie Skinner said...

A hiatus sounds like a good idea. Will look forward to your return.
Take care...keep reading!

Jhon Lockar said...

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