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Happy New Year 2016! Read on!
In this newsletter:
  • Message from Nicole
  • Blades of Justice Anthology (Fall 2016) featuring Helen Angove, Jess Faraday, and Rachel Green
  • Coming soon, in the Cadeleonian series: Servants of the Unseen Shadow by Ginn Hale (excerpt below)
  • Scratcher's Gold by Langley Hyde (Fall 2016)
  • Langley Hyde's Holiday Coda - A Present Conspiracy
  • Our authors at Queer Romance Month: Nicole Kimberling, Ginn Hale, Astrid Amara, and Langley Hyde
  • When Blind Eye Books Authors Play Elsewhere: new from Astrid Amara and Josh Lanyon
Hello everyone!

Here we are at the end of the year again. I have no idea how time goes so fast!
 
But 2016 is fast-approaching and so are the new Blind Eye Books titles! Langley Hyde will return to the world of her highly acclaimed novel, Highfell Grimoires, with a sequel called Scratcher’s Gold. (More on that below.) In addition, we’ll be releasing Blades of Justice under our new One Block Empire line. Blades of Justice features three wonderful authors—Helen Angove, Jess Faraday, and Rachel Green—telling tales of mystery, featuring lesbian protagonists.

I’d like to take this time to thank you all for your support. We love each and every one of our readers and appreciate all you do for us.

 
Happy New Year!
 
Nicole
Blades of Justice
 
Coming Fall 2016
 
Our first linked-story lesbian mystery anthology has been in the works since early summer, and I’m so happy to be finally announcing it now! Blades of Justice features stories by three wonderful women, Helen Angove, Jess Faraday, and Rachel Green. Just have a look at the tantalizing back copy:
 
The scissors are blacksmith worked, crude and blackened, nothing like any other pair in the village. But they’ve always hung there at the door of the old house. Were they forged there, back when the building was a smithy? What is their connection to Cornwall’s pagan past? Through three hundred years of history they have watched over the women who live at Treagove – and where the scissors are, justice seems to follow.
1798. Despite the danger, the abandoned tin mine had always been the place where Eseld and Rosie felt safest. But that was years ago and Eseld's beloved Rosie is dead, and the place where they used to meet now has significance to someone else.
1887. If anyone deserved to be murdered, it was Davy Sowden. When someone finally does the village a favor, the problem will not be finding out who did it, but rather, who didn’t.
1974. Mel never really knew her mum but is all too familiar with her dad's fists. When her black eye provokes concern from her best friend Bernadette, her dad had better watch out.
All justice requires is a sharp blade. Who says the tool can’t be domestic?
 
Jess Faraday is the author of the Ira Adler series (including the Lambda-shortlisted Affair of the Porcelain Dog), the steampunk thriller The Left Hand of Justice, the Stein & Vincent adventures, and numerous articles, short stories, and translations. She teaches a short fiction course at Pasadena City College, and moonlights as the mystery editor for 
Elm Books.
She is a graduate of the University of Arizona (B.A.) and UCLA (M.A.), and a member of Sisters in Crime and International Thriller Writers.
She is currently embarking on a series of humorous ghost stories set in 1890s California.

http://jessfaraday.com/
 
Helen Angove began her working life as an electrical engineer on the south coast of England, and then worked briefly as a pricing analyst for an electricity supply company, which was as much fun as it sounds. After this she trained to be a priest in the Church of England, and spent seven years in full-time ministry, before deciding that she had to leave before she tore out all her hair. These days she is living with her husband and two children in Southern California, and, against all the dictates of common sense, pursuing a career in writing. 

Helen’s professional writing experience includes a long-running series of monthly articles for the British website 
Surefish, on the experiences of a British expatriate living in the United States, and three short stories - two published in science fiction anthologies, and one in an anthology of paranormal murder mysteries. She has written three novels, and is currently working on a fourth.
 
Rachel Green is a forty-something writer from Derbyshire. She lives with her two partners and dogs. Although primarily a novelist, she also writes plays and poetry. When not writing, Rachel walks her dogs, potters in the garden and trains in KAPAP, the Israeli combat style. She twitters a haiku daily. She can also be found on Facebook (leatherdykeuk) and Twitter (@leatherdykeuk)

http://leatherdyke.co.uk/
Servants of the Unseen Shadow

by Ginn Hale

Fans of the Hellions, prepare to rejoice!

I’m happy to announce that Ginn Hale has been contracted to write a third set of books in the Cadeleonian Series! You can have a taste of this third set, tentatively titled Servants of the Unseen Shadow on
Ginn’s blog!

 
Scratcher’s Gold by Langley Hyde

Coming Fall 2016

Langley Hyde will take us back to the world of Highfell Grimoires, with it’s floating universities and wondrous machines powered by aether. Her new title, Scratcher’s Gold, takes readers on an adventure into labyrinthine depths rife with concealed traps, ancient spells, and dangerous secrets. There, Samuel Davis, a roving antiquities hunter, seeks a lost treasure that’ll make his family’s fortune, but in order to survive the deceit that threatens to tear his expedition apart, he’ll need the help of the strange and sharp-witted cartographer, Morgan Keen. 

But to tide us over till then she’s written a new holiday coda featuring Neil and Leofa from Highfell Grimoires. You can find it here on her blog:


Holiday Coda - A Present Conspiracy


"We Need Our Stories" by Ginn Hale

"The Least Romantic Place in the World (or, Nasally American Chick Reads Novel)" by Astrid Amara

"It’s Only a Story" by Langley Hyde

"The Little Golden Book of Goblin Stories" by Nicole Kimberling
When Blind Eye Books Authors Play Elsewhere:
Astrid Amara

Crash Plus Expenses
Holiday romance
Dan Lewinski would follow his subject Connor Katz to the ends of the earth. It’s what he’s paid to do. Apparently this also includes following his subject Connor Katz as they plummet TO earth, because their plane is going down...

 

Hanukkah on Retainer
Holiday romance
Ever since their plane went down in the Alaskan wilderness and they survived the crash, starvation, and a bear attack, Dan Lewinski and Connor Katz have been inseparable. Now they’re preparing for their first Hanukkah together.
When Blind Eye Books Authors Play Elsewhere:
Josh Lanyon

Jefferson Blythe, Esquire
New Adult, Mystery-Caper

Fresh out of college and recently dumped by his long-time girlfriend, shy and bookish Jefferson Blythe is touring Europe using an inherited vintage copy of Esquire Magazine's Europe in Style.
Jefferson Blythe, Esquire is about old maps, new adventures, getting lost, getting found, getting drunk, and being mistaken for an international criminal. In other words, normal summer vacation when you're in your twenties.

Murder in Pastel
Contemporary Mystery, Amateur Sleuth

Ten years ago Cosmo Bari vanished, and with him, his legendary masterpiece, Virgin in Pastel. Since that day no one in the seaside art colony of Steeple Hill has heard from the eccentric painter.
Surrounded by an extended family of Cosmo’s colorful compatriots, mystery writer Kyle Bari believes he has come to terms with being abandoned by his famous father, until the day Adam MacKinnon arrives with his new lover, the beautiful but poisonous, Brett.
Brett has an unerring instinct for other people’s weak spots; soon the quiet colony is seething with hostility and suspicion as Brett hints he knows something about the missing artist.

A Case of Christmas
Contemporary short story, holiday romance

Christmas on Catalina Island—it's just what the doctor ordered.
Injured in the line of duty, FBI Special Agent Shane Donovan is longing for a few days of peace and quiet. Some nice meals, a couple of good books, and maybe a bottle of the best. No family, no friends, no fa la la la la…just a little time on his own to think things through.
But an offshore storm, a geriatric treasure hunter, and the guy who dumped him without a word two years earlier are about to unwrap all Shane's carefully laid holiday plans.

 
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