Sword and Sorcery at its Rollicking Best

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New Hammer and the BladeWell, that’s what Library Journal said of The Tales of Egil and Nix.  I’ll take it.

And the good news is that the third installment of the stories of the boys from Dur Follin, A Conversation in Blood, now has an Amazon listing.  I hope you’ll pre-order that thing.  Final cover art isn’t available yet, but when it is, I’ll be sure to share it.

Meanwhile, I hope your holiday season was spectacular and I look forward to sharing 2016 with you.  Lots happening on the book front with me this year, so more news soon.

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8 thoughts on “Sword and Sorcery at its Rollicking Best

  1. I had been meaning to pick these up for awhile now and finally got a chance this holiday season. I’m glad I did. They are a great read and I would recommend them to anyone that enjoys fantasy fiction.

    It’s not a clean comparison but the stories remind me a bit of the old “Gord the Rogue” books. It’s been decades since I’ve read those. Maybe they wouldn’t stand the test of time, but I was at the perfect point in my life then. Egil and Nix kind of brought me back there and that’s a good thing.

  2. Happy New Year Paul, hope you and the family enjoyed your holidays! Love the 2016 rules and am looking forward to E&N3…but…Amazon says 3 of 3. Is the previously announced 4th trek a goner, or is Amazon in error? Either way., looking forward to meeting up with E&N again, those guys are always fun to catch up with.

    • Fourth is a go, and hopefully many more after that. It’s just Amazon being Amazon. Until they have an actual listing, they don’t consider the book.

  3. I think that you are currently among my favorite authors and I do think the Egil and Nix stories are your best work (in my opinion). I also really like the Erevis storyline and hope to get more on that. I can’t wait for the Conversation in blood book, but I see the listing for Jan. 2017. Do you have any books coming out in 2016 that I will be able to read? Thank you and keep up the good work!

    • Jean, thank you very much. I think Egil and NIx are among my best works, too. Their certainly the most fun to write! There may be a prequel Egil and Nix short released in 2016, but I’m not sure yet.

  4. Paul-
    You may want to check in with Amazon; the author bio alongside the new book posting seems way off (since I know you live in Michigan, not Toronto among other differences):

    About the Author
    Paul Kemp is a documentary producer and writer whose credits include the acclaimed television documentary, “Canada’s Brain Drain”. He has conducted close to 300 on-camera television interviews on public affairs issues facing Canada and was a government and economic policy commentator. A University of Manitoba graduate, Paul now resides in Toronto.

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