Friday, June 3, 2011

Seventh Star Press Announces New Author & Titles

Afternoon lovelies, just heard that the awesome people over at Seventh Star Press have aquired a new author, D.A. Adams, and his series The Brotherhood of Dwarves.

Here's what both Seventh Star Press and D.A. Adam's had to say about it:

From Seventh Star Press:
Seventh Star Press is proud to announce the addition of fantasy author D.A. Adams to its family of writers, with the acquisition of The Brotherhood of Dwarves series.

The Brotherhood of Dwarves and Red Sky at Dawn, the first and second books of the series, were originally released by Third Axe Media. The two installments received excellent reviews, and sold very strongly on the convention circuit. Planned for five books total, the third title in the series, The Fall of Dorkuhn, will be released in its first edition by Seventh Star Press. The series is known for its fresh approach to an iconic fantasy race, blending traditional lore with all-new twists.
D.A. Adam's:
With their outstanding marketing and promotional campaigns, Seventh Star can provide *The Brotherhood of Dwarves* with the exposure it deserves.
I'm excited and proud to be the newest addition to their stable of talented writers, ” commented D.A. Adams, regarding his relationship with the Lexington, Kentucky-based publisher.
Updates and additional information can be obtained at the official site for Seventh Star Press, at, or at the author's site at

You can also read the full press release HERE

I had the pleasure of reading one of their titles, Redheart of which you can read my review come Monday.
 I for one am looking forward to a new take on Dwarves.

(Writing within the quote blocks was taken from the press release emailed to me by SSP.)

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