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New urban fantasy novels contracted with WordFire Press!

Since signatures have been exchanged, I’m quite excited to announce I should have not one but two novels coming out this year! Aside from Pathfinder Tales: Forge of Ashes, the first two novels of my urban fantasy series, The Cleaners, have been contracted by WordFire Press. The first book, Enter the Janitor, should be coming out late Summer/early Fall if all goes well, with the second, The Maids of Wrath, having a hopeful 2016 release! 

Here’s the current summary of Enter the Janitor:

A janitor working for a supernatural sanitation company must track down a fledgling demigod before it’s corrupted or destroyed, all while training a rebellious new employee whose fluctuating power could trash an entire city.

This is a series I’ve had huge hopes for and am extremely happy it’s found a home. Enter the Janitor has already been turned in and is well underway with final revisions, and The Maids of Wrath is rough-drafted…and I’ll be getting started on their planned sequels and keep you tuned in on the progress (anyone want to be in the beta reads?).

WFP-button-blk-tinyWordFire Press, a publishing company owned by New York Times bestsellers Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta, seeks to publish quality works of fiction and nonfiction, while pioneering new models of cooperation and profitability among authors, readers, booksellers, and the publisher.

WordFire Press publishes works from such notable authors as Allen Drury, Frank Herbert, Brian Herbert, Kevin J. Anderson, Neil Peart, David Farland, James A. Owen, Rhiannon Paille, Mike Baron, Doug Beason, Mike Resnick, Brad Torgersen, Victoria Leigh, Bill Ransom, Steven L. Sears, Rebecca Moesta, June Scobee Rodgers, Mario Acevedo, Bruce Taylor, Jay Lake, Ken Scholes, John D. Payne, Peter J. Wacks, Mark Ryan, T. Duren Jones, Louis Moesta, Jessica Brawner, Steven Savile, David Sakmyster, Colum Sanson-Regan, Brooks Wachtel, Jeff Mariotte, David Boop, Quincy Allen, and others.

In related news, I’m currently working through a round of Forge of Ashes revisions, provided by my excellent editor, James Sutter. I’ll do another post on how that whole process is going early next week. 

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