Cover Art for A Conversation in Blood

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I’m more than a little pleased to share with you the cover art for the third Tale of Egil and Nix, A Conversation in Blood. ย The art is by the inestimable John Picacio. ย In my mind, the subtitle of the piece is: ย Egil has heard just about enough of your horseshit. ๐Ÿ™‚

final art conversation

Anyway, I hope you dig it as much as I do. The previous two Tales of Egil and Nix, The Hammer and the Blade and A Discourse in Steel, are available everywhere, and pre-orders of A Conversation in Blood are, of course, much appreciated.


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    • Del Rey publicity, I suppose. I’d love that and figured I’d pitch it at some point.

  1. Paul, you have created a Gold Mine with Egil and Nix, its been years since I’ve enjoyed charaters as much as these two. It is everything we loved about Sword and Sorcery books personified. I can’t get enough of them, it feels like I’m on the adventures too. I’m sure I’m not alone when I ask for a few short stories, quick little adventures to keep the fans happy. We could use a few tales of them before “Hammer and Blade”. It would mean the world to us all if we could join them a few times a year. Would you consider this?

    • There is a short story, “A Better Man,” in BLACKGUARDS, an antho from Ragnarok Press, and I’ll be putting out their origin story as a single before the pub of CONVERSATION. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Gah, thought the third Egil & Nix book would be released this year. ๐Ÿ™

    I imagine that Paul S Kemp has little say on this, but what is up with that e-book price on amazon? I know that there was a “war” a while back between amazon and certain publishers…

    I can fully understand that at release e-books should cost the same as physical books, but more expensive? That really doesn’t make sense to me.

    I prefer to read physical books so I’ll be getting the hardcover, which I suppose means that I shouldn’t be bothered by this. But still…

      • Hmmm. When I follow the link to pre-order the harcover is listed at 26.00$ and the e-book is 31.98$

        If I go to the e-book is also more expensive than the hardcover.

        Maybe it’s just a special price for people viewing the page from Portugal. >_>

        • I bet that’s it. I’m looking at Amazon US and the ebook is 12.99, while the H/C is 26.

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