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Wishing Shelf Independent Book Awards present Silver Award for Teenage Fiction for 2013 to science fiction novel from first-time author and gamer, James Starling DARTFORD, KENT – 28 April 2014 – Elsewhen Press, an independent UK publisher specialising in Speculative … Continue reading
Over on the Risingshadow website, Seregil of Rhiminee has read and reviewed James Starling’s debut novel Arteess: Conflict, the first book in the Arteess series. At the start of the review, Seregil admits “I don’t normally get excited about books … Continue reading
Arteess: Conflict, the first book in the Arteess series from James Starling, is now available in paperback following a successful and well-attended launch at Novacon 43. It is available through the usual channels…
Join us this weekend at Novacon in Nottingham. If you’re going to be there, come and find us in the Dealers Room and say hello. We will also be launching Arteess: Conflict by James Starling on Sunday morning in the … Continue reading
Today sees the publication of the first book in the exciting new science fiction series Arteess from new author James Starling. Arteess: Conflict introduces us to the world of Arteess. Created as an experiment into the nature of time itself, … Continue reading