Joe Mahoney to launch A Time and a Place

If you’re in the Toronto area, Thursday, October 26, you might want to think about attending what’s promising to be an entertaining, and laughter-filled evening with Joe Mahoney who will be launching his debut SF novel, A Time and a Place.  The launch takes place at the remarkable Merril Collection of Speculative Fiction and Fantasy, 239 College Street, 3rd floor, between 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Joe will be reading from his novel, and Bakka Phoenix Books…

The Tales of the King’s Blades continues!

Dave Duncan’s wildly popular series, Tales of the King’s Blades continues February 1, 2018 with a deliciously intriguing new installment, One Velvet Glove.  So what happens next? Sir Rhys, Sir Sharp, and Sir Trusty—three of the world’s greatest swordsmen―are released from the Royal Guard in their twenties with no pension, no job, and no money. Rhys’s father is the great Blade hero, Sir Spender, who finds himself in the same predicament. Spender knows of a fabulous treasure that…

Kingmaker’s Sword now available in audiobook

Five Rivers’ second audiobook, Kingmaker’s Sword, by Ann Marston, is now available as an audiobook. Beautifully narrated by Austin Vanfleet, Kingmaker’s Sword can be purchased directly through Audible, Amazon, and iTunes. We’ve also put links up on our Kingmaker’s Sword page to make life easier for you. Listening to Austin Vanfleet narrate this engaging and sweeping epic sounds like the perfect way to while away a fall or winter evening, or perhaps play through your entertainment centre for you and your…

New, lower prices on print books

Thanks to a reduction in our print costs, and a strengthening loonie, we’ve lowered the price on all our print books. That reduction is now live on our website. That price reduction will be effective through all our retail partners worldwide as of October 1, 2017. You may now commence shopping and your version of a happy dance.

First audiobook now available

Five Rivers’ first audiobook, From Mountains of Ice, by  Lorina Stephens is now live and available on iTunes, Audible and Amazon. Narrated by Diana Majlinger, the audiobook runs 9 hours and 11 minutes long, beautifully told with a European flair that is captivating, clear and a perfect complement to this tale of madness, betrayal and endurance. If you don’t already have an Audible account, you can get From Mountains of Ice for free with an Audible trial. How cool…