New stuff

October 18th, 2010 • Posted in Book News, Reviews & Interviews |

Hi Folks

Been a busy time here at Lebbonville, so I’m sorry for the lack of recent updates.

Firstly, FOUR RODE OUT arrived from Cemetery Dance Publications, and it’s it’s a beautiful book.  It’s sold out from the publisher now, but I’m sure you’ll still be able to pick it up from dealers or second-hand markets.

My collection LAST EXIT FOR THE LOST received another wonderful review.  You can still pick this up from Cemetery Dance in the USA, or PS Publishing in the UK.

I’m working hard on COLDBROOK revisions and the script for Fox2000 (with Chris Golden), and several other exciting projects that I can’t really mention just yet.

Meanwhile, my brand new fantasy novel ECHO CITY hits the shelves next week in the USA.  Please go and buy it, order it, shout it from the rooftops.  I’m so pleased with this book that I want everyone to read it, and please let me know what you think.

‘Til next time, be good to each other, drink fine ales, and happy reading.

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5 comments on “New stuff”

  1. Tim Love says:

    Also my copy of the Subterranean Press edition of “Swords and Dark Magic” arrived over the weekend. The cover is great, and your story was very good. Bring on Echo City and more adventures there.


  2. Jeff Coffield says:

    Nice to have you back.
    Of course Last Exit for the Lost deserves the praise it receives.
    Awaiting delivery of Four Rode Out. I’ll let you know what I think.

  3. Adam Grikepelis says:

    having gotten around to reading your stuff rather late in the game, I’m only just about to begin your first(?) fantasy novel – DUSK. lookin forward to it, more so COLDBROOK considering your wonderful take on Zombies in ‘Naming of Parts’. Still my favourite, of the little I’ve read of your work so far Tim.
    Here’s hoping it turns out to be one of your worst 😉

  4. Adam Grikepelis says:

    hopefully that reads how I meant it to…?

  5. Tim Lebbon says:

    Hi Adam, thanks for that. COLDBROOK is ticking along nicely, in the editing stages right now.

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