Co-authored with Mark Williams, our new short story “Blade Squadron” is out now in STAR WARS INSIDER. Jedi News reviews it favorablyhere, and Disney has announced that this is the FIRST work to be considered part of the new SW canon.Which is, yanno, pretty cool. So if you want to know what else was going on in the Battle of Endor, get your copy now.
I’m pleased to announce that my fifth novel is out: TRANSFORMERS: RETRIBUTION, written with co-author Mark S. Williams, in which we tell the story of how the Transformers confront an ancient enemy from their distant past (i.e., the 1980s). No spoilers of course, but here’s a hint on who they are….
I’m pleased to announce that my writing partner/brother-in-arms Mark Williams and I have signed a deal with Random House to write two Transformers novels for Hasbro. We couldn’t be more psyched to contribute to this world-class franchise; publication dates TBD, but will update as I have details.
Plus I now have a gnarly new website, called, appropriately enough, www.thepillarsofhercules.com, so check it out…
(The astute among you will note that the book is out under the name David Constantine, which is my brand new pseudonym. But in truth, my cats have yet to notice the difference…)
The rumors are true. I have a fourth novel about to hit bookshelves, under my fantasy/steampunk nom de plume, David Constantine. Slated for release on March 6th by Night Shade Books, THE PILLARS OF HERCULES is steampunk set in the age of Alexander the Great, and features Persian princesses, Gaulish barbarians, Greek mercenaries, as well as a wild and crazy journey to find the magick artifacts lost beneath the waves at Atlantis. Plus Alexander himself is a major character, along with all the Macedonian generals you know and love: Ptolemy, Hephaestion, Eumenes, Craterus, and other assorted bad-asses.
So stay tuned.
My partner-in-crime Mark S. Williams and I have a new story in the latest issue of Star Wars Insider magazine: MAZE RUN features Han, Chewie, and the Millennium Falcon as they navigate perilously near to a rather large black hole while battling the Imperial department of dirty tricks.
Those among you who have studied my career closely will also note this is actually my FIRST published short story, and I couldn’t be happier to have it be a Star Wars one.