Really hoping to get The Lost Mask out in the next month or two and as it should be just about to go into production, it's looking good! Snapping Turtle is also organising a bit of a surprise for the Bone Mask books too - but more on that when I can!
No real news on The Fairy Wren ebook however - it's appearing on some scattered, smaller retailers but none of the majors yet. Again, I will keep everyone posted. In the meantime the book is still available in print and has been receiving great reviews, which is wonderful! (I'm also running another giveaway for a print copy over at Goodreads too, if you're on the site :) )
Sea of Trees (my novella-length ghost story) is about to go to my wonderful editor for feedback and cover art is at concept stage, so I ought to be on track for a March release with that one!
Just before Christmas I was also reviewed/interviewed over at The Author Visits and had the chance to talk about some aspects of my creative process and the influences on City of Masks - the music and places too, and even a little bit about the way the Italian language has influenced the names in the story. Have a look if you're curious and stay tuned here on the blog for part 3 of the double interview with Ryn Lilley & myself coming up soon.
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Ashley Capes is an Australian writer of fiction, poetry and very occasional non-fiction.
Imperial Towers (Never Book 5) - draft 1
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Reed Lavender (working title) - draft 1
Unnamed Spec Fic - draft 1
Whisper of Leaves (sequel) - Outline