Ars Historica

Ars Historica by Marie Brennan

by Marie Brennan
$2.99 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-702-5
A BVC Original

The past is prologue . . .

Kit Marlowe. Guy Fawkes. Ada Lovelace. Kings and sailors and sainted nuns populate these seven stories of historical fantasy by award-winning author Marie Brennan. They span the ages from the second century B.C.E. to the nineteenth century C.E., from ancient Persia to the London of the Onyx Court. Discover the secret histories, hear the stories that have never been told — until now.

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Julianne Ardian Lee

At twelve I began to write for fun, which I think is the only real reason to write fiction. Daydreaming with a purpose, and gradually I realized I could gain approval for the very thing teachers used to criticize me for in class. When I was thirty I decided to write for money and bought a copy of Writer’s Digest. Twelve years later, I sold a novel. Son of the Sword was my thirteenth completed manuscript. Lucky thirteen. Since then Berkley has published two time travel series set in historical Scotland, and two straight historicals set in Tudor England. I also write historical mysteries set in Restoration London, under the pseudonym Anne Rutherford.

Contact Julianne at [email protected].

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In London’s Shadow: An Onyx Court Omnibus

In London's Shadow by Marie Brennan

An Onyx Court Omnibus
by Marie Brennan
$9.99 (Omnibus) ISBN 978-1-61138-651-6

Welcome to the first two centuries of the Onyx Court.

For centuries a faerie court has hidden itself beneath London: a place of shadows and intrigue, where the city’s immortal inhabitants can watch and manipulate the mortals above. Through two royal dynasties, through rebellions and plots, through war and plague and fire, the Onyx Court endures.
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Empress

Empress by Alma Alexander

by Alma Alexander
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-579-3
A BVC Original

A whispered prayer on a holy mountain:
“Give me the life I was meant to live.”

She understood the passions and the cruelty of men; she knew the despair and the strength of women.

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Deeds of Men


An Onyx Court Novella
by Marie Brennan
$2.99 (Novella) ISBN 978-1-61138-266-2

LONDON, 1625. A young gentleman lies murdered in a Coldharbour alley. Before his death, he uncovered secrets that could threaten the mortal world above and the faerie world below. Now, to find the murderer and protect both realms, Sir Michael Deven will need the help of a man with reason to hate the fae of the Onyx Court — the victim’s own brother.

A novella of the Onyx Court, set between Midnight Never Come and In Ashes Lie.

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Dark Magicks

Dark Magicks - Two Stories by Katharine Kerr

Two Stories
by Katharine Kerr
$0.99 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-256-3

Two stories from the time of King Arthur, when magic was real and dangerous.

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Circle of Compassion

Circle of Compassion by David D. Levine

by David D. Levine
$0.99 (Short Story) ISBN 978-1-61138-223-5

Circle of Compassion by David D. Levine (short story) is the tale of a young priestess in an ancient China that never was, who must use a tiny magical charm to defeat a great army. It originally appeared in the anthology Gateways.

“Circle of Compassion” is also available as part of Space Magic, an award-winning collection of science fiction and fantasy stories by David D. Levine.

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Katharine Eliska Kimbriel

Katharine Eliska Kimbriel reinvents herself every decade or so.  The one constant she has reached for in life is telling stories.  “I’m interested in how people respond to choice.  What is the metaphor for power, for choice? In SF it tends to be technology (good, bad and balanced) while in Fantasy the metaphor is magic – who has it, who wants or does not want it, what is done with it, and who/what the person or culture is after the dust has settled. A second metaphor, both grace note and foundation, is the need for and art of healing.  Forthcoming stories will talk about new things that I’ve learned, and still hope to learn … with grace notes about betrayal, forgiveness, healing and second chances.”  A Campbell Award nominee.

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