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Busy Day—New Books, Kindle, and More!

by nickmamatas

It is a busy day today! First up, our three new books are live on the site and ready for pre-order!

Hitting in November, just in time for the holiday season, we’ve got two new titles. The Ouroboros Wave we’ve been promoting for a while, but we have something else for you all too:

Dragon Sword and Wind Child is coming to paperback! And yes, we will be publishing a subsequent book in this series as well, later this year.

Then in January we have something very very cool:

Mardock Scramble is going to be big, and I don’t just mean because it’s over 500 pages long. The anime for Mardock Scramble—or rather, for the first third of this book (which was published as three volumes in Japan) will have its world premiere in the US on October 8th at New York Comic Con/Anime Fest. It won’t even open in Japan until November 8th. Author Tow Ubukata will be at the con too, so we will be hearing a lot more about the world of Mardock City very soon. For now, please enjoy the trailer (which is not safe for work-well, unless you’re me):

And last but never ever least, Rocket Girls fans rejoice! Coming in March:

The girls are back in deep space, and deep trouble, in Rocket Girls: The Last Planet!

You know you want ’em.

Finally, we made our first Kindle announcement today, and we already have more news: both Slum Online and The Next Continent are both live on Kindle as of this afternoon. So get to downloading!

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5 Responses to “Busy Day—New Books, Kindle, and More!”

  1. Sean O'Hara says:

    Can we expect future releases to be available as ebooks on the release date, or will it vary by book?

  2. nickmamatas says:

    It’ll vary by book, but with an eye toward eventually getting them out both electronically and in print on the same day. Right now we’re prepping more backlist titles and trying to get all the formats lined up.

  3. Kelly says:

    I almost wish I hadn’t bought the hardcover edition of Dragon Sword and Wind Child, because the paperback design looks great! I can’t wait to read the sequel! Mardock Scramble looks awesome as well; wish I were in the area for NYAF.

  4. Marc McKenzie says:

    I’m still a bit sad that I missed the MS premiere at NYAF (and Ubukata too!) but at least the novel is coming to the States. I’m curious about it and will most definitely read it.

  5. nickmamatas says:

    Perhaps our latest blog post will cheer you up!


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