So many things going on!
First off - Christopher Conlon's A Matrix of Angels is nearing its release date - the book should start hitting virtual shelves late next week. This beautiful novel has been receiving rave advance reviews (check our reviews links to see some of them), and shows Chris' ability to weave as much magic with prose as he does with poetry. Also - there are still a few copies of the limited, numbered signed hardcovers left - remember only 50 were printed, so when they're gone, they're gone.
Then, in mid-late May you should also start seeing Adrienne Jones' newest novel from CGP coming your way - Backbite is the story of RJ Wyatt, who never had much ambition, and certainly no interest in entering the medical field like his brilliant father. But when his father dies, he learns he’s inherited more than the family jewels...
We're also putting the final touches on Tales of Moreauvia, issue 4, which will be coming out mid-May as well. As announced, this will be the final issue of the magazine, but we are working on revamping the Moreauvia website. We're very excited about the ongoing Moreauvia "project" which we anticipate being a collaborative setting for any author who wants to play and explore. Target date for the relaunch of the site will be late summer/early fall, AND coinciding with that will be the first novel set in the Moreauvia universe, Insurrection, by Byron Starr.
Also, ebooks, ebooks, ebooks. You may have noticed the separated menu for ebooks and new titles Midnight on Mourn Street, Strange Angel and Gypsies Stole My Tequila. You'll be seeing some new ebook titles up there soon - we're currently negotiating with some of our favourite authors who have books out in print, but whose publishers for whatever reason don't the time or facilities to put these books out for Kindle or Nook or your e-reader of choice. (If you're such an author, and you feel like your book would be in good company with what we do, please feel free to contact us through the contact form.)
As you know, you can follow CGP on Facebook and Twitter, and we'll be adding links to our authors' social media pages where appropriate, in their bios over the next little while (links on the right).
Finally, times are tough and weird for a lot of folks - we recognize this, and are particularly cognizant of budget crunches for libraries. We have been contacted by a few libraries for donations, and are willing to donate books to public libraries when we can. If your library is feeling the pinch, please encourage them to contact us through our contact form. Also, please encourage your library to order copies of our books if you'd like to see them on the shelf. All of our books are available through Ingram Distribution, with which most libraries have an account.