Tuesday, May 26, 2009

MythOS!

IT'S OUT!

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*commences running around like a cranially-deprived chicken*

Launch Interview


The first chapter of MythOS can be sampled online: Chapter 1. Or if you want to buy the book now it’s available both on paper and electronically: Kindle, Mobipocket, Indiebound.org, Barnes and Noble, Borders, Amazon

12 comments:

DKoren said...

WOOOO! Excellent! Can't wait to get my copy.

Eleanor said...

Congratulations.

Eleanor said...

It's very green. I like green.

Maria Lima said...

w00t!! Happy Release Day!!!!

Kelly McCullough said...

Thanks all!

Mallik said...

Preordered 2 weeks ago, Read it in about 6 hours and now im depressed that I have to wait a whole year for the next one.

Was an Awesome book btw

Kelly Swails said...

Awesomeness!

Kelly McCullough said...

Mallik, wow, that's very flattering. Glad you enjoyed it.

jpantalleresco said...

I've enjoyed the whole series so far. It reminds me a bit of Roger Zelazny's Amber series. Thanks for the fun ride, and hopefully book five won't be the last.

Kelly McCullough said...

jpantalleresco,

Thanks! Glad you've had fun with them thus far. There may yet be a few more somewhere down the line, but 5 was definitely where I needed to take a break and go do something else for a bit. Hopefully, my editor at Ace will like some of that something else and there will be a new book in a new series in the WebMage time slot in 2011. And even if not, there are five other series out under proposal, so more may appear even before that, elsewhere.

Whitney said...

Whew! That was a good novel. But unlike the rest I could definitely tell that it was a 'to be continued' type, which is so torturous because we have to wait one whole year.

I'm a little surprised there is only one more left. There is still so much to be had! I hope that you come up with more ideas and don't end the series here. It too good of a world and a character!

Job well done.

Kelly McCullough said...

Whitney, thanks!

...I suppose you could always just pretend the story ended right before the epilogue and then you wouldn't need to worry about what comes next;-)