19. June 2013 10:41
Jay Lake’s Process of Writing, 2005-2010
Author: Jay Lake
Foreword: Ken Scholes
Afterword: J. A. Pitts
Editor: Jennifer Brozek
Editorial intern: Minerva Zimmerman
Cover image: Bob Brown
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?
26. September 2012 21:09
Cover art by Amber Clark of Stopped Motion Photography.
Very nice indeed.
27. August 2012 10:24
Cover art by Shane Tyree
I think it came out very well.
16. May 2012 20:11
Industry Talk is out in the world as an e-book and the sales have started. It’s an exciting time for us at Apocalypse Ink Productions. We’ve already learned a few things along the way but nothing that hurt too much. Now, we are in the process of working with Lightening Source to get the soft copy of the book done. We project a release date of July 15, 2012 for the soft copy version.
In the meantime, you can find Industry Talk in these formats:
3. May 2012 11:16
Industry Talk by Jennifer Brozek
Cover design by Ivan Ewert
Industry Talk is a collection of two previously published columns by Jennifer Brozek, Dice & Deadlines and The Making of an Anthology. The collection also contains brand-new content including step-by-step instructions on how to pitch an anthology and advice on managing a freelance career.