3. June 2013 10:27
CHILDREN OF ANU, Book 2 of the Karen Wilson Chronicles by Jennifer Brozek is now available.
Consequences of every action are coming home to roost.
When one darkness falls, another rises to take its place.
Sometimes, the new darkness is worse than the first.
In celebration, we’ve dropped the price on the ebook of CALLER UNKNOWN, Book 1 of the Karen Wilson Chronicles, to $2.99.
6. May 2013 10:13
Open-ended debts were the worst thing someone could agree to, but she had no choice.
Consequences of every action are coming home to roost. When one darkness falls, another rises to take its place. Sometimes, the new darkness is worse than the first.
Reginald, the recognized Master of the City, controls the supernatural society of Kendrick with Karen Wilson as his mouthpiece. In Caller Unknown, Karen and Reginald went through a traumatic event that almost left Karen dead and Reginald a slave to the Order of the Sacred Eye.
The cost of the attempted ritual and the war between the supernatural factions will have lasting effects for years to come. Friendships are broken. Alliances are formed. A deal with the devil has become all too common. Old debts must be paid—sometimes in blood.
Worst of all, Karen, and all of Kendrick, must now face the Children of Anu.
11. April 2013 08:38
Here's the cover art for CHILDREN OF ANU, the second book in the Karen Wilson Chronicles by Jennifer Brozek.
The book is due out 1 June 2013. The photo was taken by Amber Clark of Stopped Motion Photography.
Pretty spiffy, huh?
9. April 2013 23:43
Edits for CHILDREN OF ANU, the second book in the Karen Wilson Chronicles, have been returned to Jennifer Brozek.
Edits for JAY LAKE’S PROCESS OF WRITING have been returned to Jay Lake.
Also cover photography for both books is in with cover copy in the works. Covers will be revealed soon.
Finally, there’s a lot behind the scenes going on. More news on that soon.
26. January 2013 17:36
Short and sweet reviews for our Apocalypse Ink Production books on Amazon:
Industry Talk - five stars
"This book contains a number of essays about two specific fields: Role-Playing Game Freelance Writing and Editing Anthologies. It was though the author had been looking over my shoulder and decided to help me out by giving advice for all of my pending projects. If you are interested in either topic, I highly recommend this book." -Jason Andrew
Famished: The Farm - five stars
"I don't normally read the horror genre, but this book kept me riveted to the very end! Highly recommend to anyone who loves to be scared and horrified!!" -Kelly S. Madsen
Caller Unknown - five stars
"I was surprised at how well this was written. It was complete in and of itself while fitting into a series (or so it is advertised -- I plan to find out by reading the series). You can read more than enough about the plot or the setting. I just wanted to confirm it is carried off well without gratuitous sex or other miscellaneous material. Two thumbs up." -S. Marsh
3. January 2013 10:18
Both Ivan Ewert and Jennifer Brozek have talked about their "Next Big Thing" in blog posts. As it happens, both of these are AIP projects.
Jennifer talks about The Children of Anu in her post.
Ivan talks about Famished: The Commons in his post.
Bonus! Ivan talks about a local eatery naming a sandwich after his book series that sounds very tasty.
17. December 2012 15:28
Cat Rambo gave Jennifer Brozek's Caller Unknown a lovely blurb today. Remember, you can buy the book from AIP and get the hard copy book signed.
"Brozek gives us the world the way it should be - full of hidden pockets of magic, ancient evils, and supernatural creatures - along with a heroine fully capable of dealing with all of the above."
- Cat Rambo, author of Near + Far and A Seed Upon the Wind
3. December 2012 22:05
Congratulations to Dorothy and Heather. Both have won signed copies of Caller Unknown by Jennifer Brozek. Your books are on the way.
24. November 2012 13:10
Ivan, author of FAMISHED: THE FARM, talks about "giving thanks" and writing acknowledgements on his blog. While Jennifer, author of CALLER UNKNOWN, talks about her "gratitude" for the disasters in her life that brought her to where she is today. Those of us at Apocalypse Ink Productions would like to thank everything who has supported us thus far and will support us in the future. We appreciate every single one of you.