News for April 2016
The metahumans are back and better than ever! The fourth installment of the Metahumans VS anthologies is now available on Amazon and Smashwords; Metahumans vs the Ultimate Evil.
From now until the end of March, all Lion’s Share Press e-format publications through SmashWords is on sale! Novels are half price and short stories are FREE. Coupon Codes are below (and feel free to pass on and share).
Metahumans vs Robots: PE74J
The Darkness of Shadows: LW84X
Where the Devil Dwells: RM75H
Burden of Proof:LP49M
Exciting times are to be had! This coming weekend (May 3-4) we’ll be at Fan Expo Regina at table A199 in Artist’s Alley and marks the “official” release date of Where the Devil Dwells. We’ll have hard copies of that as well as The Darkness of Shadows for sale. We’ll also have some other goodies for sale (or for free) like stickers, prints and bookmarks.
If you’d like to see a sample of some of the art we’ll have for sale, head on over to http://www.nightcat-online.com
If you’re attending the con, feel free to swing by and say hello. 🙂
The past several months have been pretty busy for us and we’re working hard on the next installment in the Nightcat series. 🙂 “Where the Devil Dwells” is in one of the final editing stages and we’re also working on the cover art. Here’s a bit of a sneak preview:
The launch date will be May 3rd (or possibly sooner) which coincides with the Regina Fan Expo’s con dates. That’s right, Lion’s Share Press will be at the con! We’re still needing confirmation and to sign a few things, but it’s pretty much a done deal. Once we get some more info (like our table number etc…) we’ll be sure to post it here.
You’ve seen her duke it out against the undead, werewolves and a gang of hitmen hired by the Grace City mob. Now Nightcat is fighting for her freedom against the very people she’s worked with from the beginning. A body is found and it appears to have been mauled to death by a humanoid animal. All evidence points to Nightcat and the police are under orders to bring her in dead or alive. Which puts Detective David Rayner, Nightcat’s police contact in a tough spot.
Nightcat’s latest short story, “Burden of Proof” is now available to order. Here’s a little teaser:
“You shouldnâ€™t have come here, Cat,â€ he said in his usual gruff manner.
“True, but I needed to know where you stand in all of this,â€ I said as I got up, ready to flee through the window at the earliest sign of trouble.
“You realize that I could arrest you right here and now?â€
This wasnâ€™t a good sign. I knew Sorowski didnâ€™t like me, but I found it hard to believe that he wasnâ€™t behind me.
Sorowski slowly manoeuvred over to his desk while I moved in the opposite direction, giving him a wide berth.
He placed his hands on his hips, causing his sports jacket to reveal his police revolver underneath.