Oh Canada! You have given so much to the world, such as Ice Hockey, Neil Young, Donald Sutherland, David Cronenberg, *cough* Pamela Anderson *cough*, Canadian Club Whiskey, Maple Syrup, Mounties, Lumberjacks, etc, etc. So to say thank you on behalf of the rest of the world, I, Alex Sumner, am making my books available in your fair country.
And, I am happy to say, Amazon’s Canadian website is now catching up with its American counterpart! As of today, the following of my books are available:
The Magus Trilogy
* Amazon.ca lists these although the Paperback versions are currently (18.12.12) unavailable.
The Demon Detective, and other stories
All Kindle unless otherwise stated.
This Is Not A Fairy Story, by Alex Sumner. Artwork © the author, 2012
You are now able to buy my latest novel, This Is Not A Fairy Story,in print from Amazon, to wit:
Meanwhile, it’s already available as an ebook from Amazon (Kindle), Barnes & Noble (Nook) and other popular formats on Smashwords.
BTW I am selling a limited number of autographed copies personally, which I am happy to ship to anywhere in the world. Please use the Contact Alex page to get more details!
People of India, rejoice! You are now able to enjoy Kindle books from Amazon.com! And, what do you know – the same day that Kindle books go on sale in India is the same day I have brought out my new Fantasy thriller, This Is Not A Fairy Story. Coincidence? I think not!!!
Om Tat Sat
Artwork © 2012, Alex Sumner
You are now able to enjoy my brand new novel, This Is Not A Fairy Story, a fantasy adventure featuring Guy Shepardson, “the Demon Detective.”From the back cover:
Modern day sorcerer (and rakish man about town) Guy Shepardson finds himself out of his depth – and out of this world – when he uses his powers to save a desperately ill girl. Instead he finds himself wandering through magical realms populated by monsters, dragons, cannibals, a seriously bemused Voodoo Loa – and a feisty Fae Warrior, who definitely does NOT want to be Guy’s damsel in distress!
But as Guy comes closer to his goal, he realises that the cost could be far greater than he ever imagined…
This book is available from the following websites:
Lulu (Buy this or any of my other paperbacks before August 24th and get 15% off with coupon code PADDLE15)
Amazon: coming soon!
All other ebook formats (Nook, Kobo, Sony, Acrobat, iBooks, etc)
Autographed Print Editions…
… Are available by private arrangement! Send me a message via the Contact Alex page for more details.
Artwork © Copyright 2012, the author.
You can now dowload Shall We Kill The President?, the new novella by Alex Sumner to your Kindle from Amazon. This features Guy Shepardson, star of The Demon Detective.
Jet-setting modern-day wizard Guy Shepardson takes a trip to Washington DC where he encounters a group of Vampires who come to him with an unusual request! However, enemies both old and new have plans of their own, and would dearly love Guy Shepardson out of the way. Can Guy escape from their clutches and use all his magical powers to stop a plot to assassinate the President of the United States?
NB: You don’t need a Kindle device to read Kindle ebooks!
“Shall We Kill The President?” is also available in other Ebook formats from Smashwords.
My new short story, A Greater Power (The Demon Detective, and other stories), is now available for Kindle on Amazon. Please follow the link for more details!
Artwork © the author 2011
For those who prefer to do all their shopping via Amazon, my new short story “The Demon Detective” is now available there as well – exclusively for Kindle.
People of America – good news! The print edition of Licence to Depart is finally available (sort of) on Amazon.com.
Ebook versions however are fully available – quick to download and v. good value for money! Plug plug. Please see either Amazon or Smashwords.
Front cover artwork © 2011 by the author.
You are now able to read my brand new novel, Licence To Depart, on Amazon Kindle. The print-edition will be available through Amazon shortly, although it’s available on Lulu now.
“Licence To Depart” is the final instalment of “The Magus Trilogy,” which was begun by The Magus in 2009 and continued by Opus Secunda in 2010. It is a supernatural tale of murder, black magick, and international conspiracy set in contemporary England (and elsewhere), and is suitable for adult readers *. As with previous books it is crammed with detail drawn from the author’s real-life occult experiences.
Nichola Peterson, ex-policewoman is at the lowest point of her fortunes: her career in ruins, forcibly separated from the man she loves, and powerless to stop a criminal mastermind from wreaking havoc. Then the mysterious Magus appears, offering her one last chance of redemption. Suddenly – a shot rings out…
Note that it is not necessary to have a Kindle device to read Kindle e-books! Follow this link for more details.
* OK, ok, I lied when I said my next novel would not contain any sex. If you hadn’t guessed by now, it was an April Fool’s Joke.
An Amazon gift-voucher materialised in my possession the other day, so I decided to spend it on some Ebooks written by fellow authors. Here’s a brief selection of plugs I received when I tweeted asking for recommendations:
Thomas Amo, An Apple For Zoë (The Forsaken), Occult, Murder.
Nick Cole, The Old Man and the Wasteland, Post apocalyptic spec-fiction.
Belinda Frisch, Dead Spell, supernatural thriller.
Richard Gilchrist, Up Close and Impersonal, thriller.
Maria Savva, Second Chances and Pieces of a Rainbow, Romance. In a previous incarnation I used to work in Law firms exactly like the one described in Second Chances *shudder*…
Laura Stamps, The Witches of Dixie: Book One (The Witchery Series) which is about female empowerment as expressed through Wicca. The second one of hers I have read is Sex Magick: Book One (The Rune Witch Series), which is more of a short story. Technically this too is about female empowerment, but with a more obvious explicit – yet the nonetheless authentic – theme.
Also please check out Naomi Bulger who assures me her work will be on Kindle soon.
And of course – last but not least – may I humbly recommend my own two books The Magus and Opus Secunda which will be joined on May 11th by my third novel Licence To Depart. Thanks