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Phoenix Rising: Interview at Dragon Page

Today I listened to a wonderful interview with Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris on The Dragon Page: Cover to Cover.

In addition to discussing their collaborative novel, Phoenix Rising and it’s associated podcast and anthology (some great authors have contributed and more are yet to come!) They discussed Pips new series Books of the Order, which starts with Geist

Definitely worth listening to.

In Print Today:: Phoenix Rising

Phoenix Rising: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel is being released today.

Thus far after reading the first few chapters over at the publisher’s website, as well as listening to the companion tales in the podcast feed, I simply can’t wait to enjoy the remainder of this wonderful work by Tee Morris and Pip Ballantine.

I can’t more strongly recommend going out and getting a copy. It’s available in kindle and paperback versions at this time.

Haven’t even finished the first book and I’m wondering what Ministry tales we will see in the future.

Phoenix Rising: Preview ‘Review’

@Books&BraunWell, I have just finished reading the preview of Phoenix Rising over at the publisher’s website.

I am very pleased to say that it met all my expectations, in fact, I enjoyed the first few chapters of the novel even more than I anticipated.

I eagerly await the release of the book on Tuesday.

For more info, as always, visit the Ministry at their site.

Phoenix Rising – Coming Soon!!

I’ve been enjoying listening to the podcast being released by Philippa Ballantine & Tee Morris in anticipation of the release of their upcoming steampunk novel Phoenix Rising: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel on April 26th.

You can catch the podcast, including some serialized Tales from The Archives, and learn more about The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences over at the site

New Media is “Contagious”

Found an interesting post on Podiobooks.com it seems that Scott Sigler’s novel “Contagious” (the sequel to “Infected”) made the New York Times Best Sellers list. While I have yet to read or listen to either title I have enjoyed several of Sigler’s other works, especially “Ancestor”.

This major success in traditional media is very cool. You can find the full article over at the Podiobooks blog.