New Newcon Press titles

Two new titles from NewCon Press ‘ due to be launched at FantasyCon:

Diary of a Witchcraft Shop by Trevor Jones and Liz Williams (‘15.99 /’7.99)

In 2005, fantasy and SF author Liz Williams moved from Brighton to Glastonbury to live with her partner, Trevor Jones. Trevor ran a witchcraft shop. Liz’s life would never be the same again’

‘Full of amusing anecdotes and witty observations, Diary of a Witchcraft Shop is a delight, and Trevor Jones and Liz Williams the most congenial of hosts. If Bill Bryson ever decided to settle down embrace paganism and open a witchcraft shop, this is surely the sort of book that he would then write.

‘When you find yourself on a London platform shouting into your mobile, ‘We haven’t got enough demons! Do you want me to order some more?’ as folk quietly edge away from you ‘ you know you’re running a witchcraft shop.’ ‘

Cyber Circus by Kim Lakin-Smith (‘19.99 / ‘9.99)

‘Going to the circus will never be the same again’

Hellequin, last of the HawkEye military elite, is desperate to escape the legacy of Soul Food, the miraculous plant food that leeched the soil, destroyed his family, and instigated a bloody civil war. For a man awaiting the inevitable madness brought on by his enforced biomorph implant, there’s only one choice. Run away with the circus’

Drifting above a poisoned landscape, Cyber Circus and her exotic acrobats and bioengineered freaks bring a welcome splash of colour into folk’s drab lives. Welcome to the greatest show on Sore Earth!’

Two new titles from NewCon Press ‘ due to be launched at FantasyCon:

Diary of a Witchcraft Shop by Trevor Jones and Liz Williams (‘15.99 /’7.99)

In 2005, fantasy and SF author Liz Williams moved from Brighton to Glastonbury to live with her partner, Trevor Jones. Trevor ran a witchcraft shop. Liz’s life would never be the same again’

‘Full of amusing anecdotes and witty observations, Diary of a Witchcraft Shop is a delight, and Trevor Jones and Liz Williams the most congenial of hosts. If Bill Bryson ever decided to settle down embrace paganism and open a witchcraft shop, this is surely the sort of book that he would then write.

‘When you find yourself on a London platform shouting into your mobile, ‘We haven’t got enough demons! Do you want me to order some more?’ as folk quietly edge away from you ‘ you know you’re running a witchcraft shop.’ ‘

Cyber Circus by Kim Lakin-Smith (‘19.99 / ‘9.99)

‘Going to the circus will never be the same again’

Hellequin, last of the HawkEye military elite, is desperate to escape the legacy of Soul Food, the miraculous plant food that leeched the soil, destroyed his family, and instigated a bloody civil war. For a man awaiting the inevitable madness brought on by his enforced biomorph implant, there’s only one choice. Run away with the circus’

Drifting above a poisoned landscape, Cyber Circus and her exotic acrobats and bioengineered freaks bring a welcome splash of colour into folk’s drab lives. Welcome to the greatest show on Sore Earth!’