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“fluently written fantasy … shamelessly entertaining” – review of Necropolis on Risingshadow

On Risingshadow.net Seregil of Rhiminee has reviewed Necropolis by Christopher Nuttall, the third book in The Royal Sorceress series. Seregil says it’s “an enjoyable fantasy novel” that “won’t disappoint fans of the Royal Sorceress series.” In fact he suggests that … Continue reading

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Out now: bestselling author Christopher Nuttall’s latest title in alternative history/fantasy series

Third book in the Royal Sorceress series set in an alternative 1830s where scientists have discovered magic and Lady Gwendolyn Crichton must protect the British Empire DARTFORD, KENT – 8 August 2014 – Elsewhen Press, an independent UK publisher specialising … Continue reading

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“one of the most intriguing heroines in modern fantasy” – Review of The Great Game on Risingshadow

On the Risingshadow website, Seregil of Rhiminee has just reviewed The Great Game by Christopher Nuttall, the second book in the Royal Sorceress series. Seregil liked The Royal Sorceress (the first book in the series), so it perhaps unsurprising that … Continue reading

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Christopher Nuttall interviewed by Jennifer Loiske

Christopher Nuttall, author of The Royal Sorceress, Bookworm, and most recently A Life Less Ordinary was interviewed by Finnish author Jennifer Loiske in Seven Minutes with Jennifer on her blog, which you can read here.

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“one of the most interesting and entertaining alternate history books ever written” – review of The Royal Sorceress on Risingshadow

Over on Risingshadow.net, Seregil of Rhiminee has just reviewed The Royal Sorceress by Christopher Nuttall.  In an enthusiastic review, he praises the characters, the vivid portrayal of society, “perfectly” written action scenes and the fact that magic isn’t used as … Continue reading

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“an excellent tale” – review of The Royal Sorceress on Changing The Times

In his review of The Royal Sorceress by Christopher Nuttall on the Changing The Times ezine website, John Trofimuk says one of the reasons he enjoyed it is because it “is as much an alternate history novel as it is … Continue reading

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The Royal Sorceress by Christopher Nuttall published today

The Royal Sorceress by Christopher Nuttall is available from today as an eBook in all 32 Apple iTunes stores, on Kobobooks and all 6 Amazon Kindle stores (UK, US, DE, ES, FR, IT). It’s 1830, in an alternate Britain where … Continue reading

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Letters from America (Part 2)

I will not bore you with a transcript of what had to be the strangest council of war in the history of the British Empire.  Did Drake know that the world had turned upside down when he prepared to face … Continue reading

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Letters from America

New York, 1776 Dear William It has been not too long since I last wrote you, but so much has happened in the last six weeks that I feel that I must put ink to paper to tell you of … Continue reading

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Elsewhen Press signs Scottish indie author for first in a new series of steampunk fantasy novels

We are excited to announce that Christopher Nuttall, indie author of acclaimed alternate history and science fiction novels has signed a publishing deal for an undisclosed sum for his latest novel The Royal Sorceress.  The story is set in 1830 in … Continue reading

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