The Princess Series Comes to UK Territories
Hey, check out these e-books that just came out in the UK and its territories!
All four books are still available in print and e-book from DAW in the United States, but there’s never been a UK edition. Until now!
::Dramatic music plays::
Book one, The Stepsister Scheme, is £2.80, and the rest are £3.50. (That includes VAT.)
I’ll be updating with additional sales links as the books go live at various vendors.
- The Stepsister Scheme: Amazon
- The Mermaid’s Madness: Amazon
- Red Hood’s Revenge: Amazon
- The Snow Queen’s Shadow: Amazon
Here’s the all-new cover copy for book one:
The epic, action-packed story of what happened after the fairy tales.
Once upon a time, a girl named Danielle (better known as Cinderella) escaped her evil stepmother, married a prince, and according to the stories, lived happily ever after.
The stories lie.
Danielle Whiteshore has no sooner moved into the palace when her stepsisters show up to kidnap her prince and steal him away to the realm of fairies. To save Prince Armand, Danielle needs more than the enchanted glass sword her mother left her. She needs the Queen’s secret protectors: the deadly warrior and assassin Talia (Sleeping Beauty) and the fun-loving, flirtatious witch known as Snow White.
Plunged into a world of adventure and intrigue, Danielle must forge the trio into a team if they’re to rescue her prince and survive the machinations of a foe far deadlier than her stepsisters.
I love that these books are finally available to a wider audience. (Even if it meant going back and adding all those extra U’s to the words.)
And as always, I really hope people enjoy them!
June 22, 2016 @ 4:02 am
(I’ve read the first book in the series, but hadn’t been able to track down any of the others, so this is fantastic news – and has cheered up a week that is otherwise utterly shitty. Thank you :))
June 22, 2016 @ 6:29 am
I would also like them in paperback, is that likely to be an option?
Jim C. Hines
June 22, 2016 @ 8:57 am
You’re very welcome! And thank you 🙂
Jim C. Hines
June 22, 2016 @ 8:59 am
Probably the simplest way to get them in paperback would be to order the U.S. editions through someplace like Book Depository that offers free worldwide shipping. There’s unlikely to be paperback versions of the UK editions any time soon, I’m afraid.
June 22, 2016 @ 3:37 pm
I adore my well-loved paperbacks, but I’m still looking forward to getting e-book versions with all the missing Us in them! And I *love* the dramatic new covers!