Skies of the Empire is now available as an audiobook on Audible.com. The voyage of Cassidy and Zayne is brought to life by the very talented Naomi Rose-Mock. Check it out today!
It’s been a while coming because Amazon only allows for paperback and ebook through their self-publishing services, but I discovered Barnes and Noble do self-publishing services as well. This link may go down temporarily once I figure something out because I realize that on the product page, my name is listed just as “Vincent Thorn” and not “Vincent E. M. Thorn” and my OCD is driving me up the wall over it.
It is, of course, still available in Paperback and ebook on Amazon.com:
After several revisions and format corrections, the paperback of Skies of the Empire is now available for the new low price of $14.99!
As an added bonus, to anyone who got a physical copy in 2019, I’m offering a complimentary copy of the newly revised Skies of the Empire*. Just send me proof and a mailing address.
*Copies will be shipped out based on my own schedule and availability, and it will be done in order of request. Sorry for any inconvenience that causes.
I sat down with Mashiara Sedai over at DragonMount to discuss “The Witch Hunter”, my story included in Become Legend: The JordanCon 2020 Anthology.
For those of you who don’t know, JordanCon is an annual SciFi/Fantasy convention in Atlanta, Ga that originally began as a Wheel of Time-centric convention. Said convention has a fantastic Writer’s Track which has hosted such guests as Patrick Rothfuss, Saladin Ahmed, and Brent Weeks. Starting in 2019, the convention began releasing an annual anthology comprised of stories by guests and attendees of the convention’s Writer’s Track.
This year, the anthology includes stories by great writers like Darin Kennedy (Fugue and Fable), Faith Hunter (Jane Yellowrock), A. K. DuBoff (The Candicle series) and Vincent E. M. Thorn — yes, I did just refer to myself in the third person, and I make no apologies.
This book contains 20 different stories centered around the theme of Legends, including The Witch Hunter, a short story set in a world where many legends are dying.
Pre-order today through March 25! All proceeds of this Anthology will go towards supporting JordanCon’s 2020 charity, and they always rally behind a good cause. Last year (or, I guess this year since 2020 isn’t quite upon us) they donated to the Hospice of Mercy in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.