Celebrating the return of rights!

It has been three years since I signed away the rights to the two Without A Front books — The Producer’s Challenge and its conclusion, The Warrior’s Challenge — and those rights have now returned to me. It’s a good, good feeling to have full control over my work again.

To celebrate, I’m offering both books in ebook format for just $2.99 each, a sale I’m only advertising to my blog readers and the book club that I hang out with on Facebook.

Why buy them again if you already have them? I can think of three reasons:

1) The gorgeous new covers. I collaborated with the same artist who created the fabulous phoenix cover for Outcaste, and the results have been glorious.

2) The Warrior’s Challenge has been re-edited, tightened, smoothed out, and had some new dialogue added. It’s a faster, better read.

3) At this price, each book costs less than a cup of coffee at Starbucks.

And did I mention the covers? I’m getting them printed out in poster size so I can frame them. The Warrior’s Challenge in particular knocked my socks off, with its purples and blues, the river reflecting moonlight and trees, the formal garden visible through the title, the classic beauty of the State House, and…that sword.

book cover of Without A Front: The Warrior's Challenge

You can find both books at Amazon, Apple Books, Kobo, Barnes & Noble — all the usual places. Head over to Without A Front: The Producer’s Challenge and click the “Get it Now” button, which will whisk you to whichever store you prefer.

The gateway to Without A Front: The Warrior’s Challenge is here.

This sale will last until Friday, as a thank you to the folks who have been with me the longest. You’re the best!


About Fletcher DeLancey

Socialist heathen and Mac-using author of the Chronicles of Alsea, who enjoys pondering science, politics, well-honed satire (though sarcastic humor can work, too) and all things geeky.
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12 Responses to Celebrating the return of rights!

  1. cw says:

    Congratulations! The new covers are amazing. The continuing theme of the shield on all the covers pulls the collection together into a really cool set. Awesome! And thanks for the fab sale on the reprints. I bought both of those plus Reslience, already had Outcaste though I haven’t read it yet. Too busy playing Lesbian Bingo. Soon as I finish my last card I need to revisit Alsea.

    Crazy me has to start at the beginning of the series every time you publish a new volume! I am NOT complaining, definitely keep writing. I’ll just keep reading and rereading. 🤓🤓

  2. Patti says:

    Got ‘em both and they look wonderful. Congratulations.

  3. Annie Robinson says:

    Now this is a lovely surprise- a re-edit of Warrior’s Challenge- I will head off to Amazon and click. The new artwork is really excellent… congratulations

  4. Cathy says:

    Oh no, teach me not to check in more regularly. Questions … does the updated cover on the Kindle editions mean it is the later edition?, and are there new bits in the Producer’s Challenge as well as Warrior?

    • Yes, the updated covers mean they’re new editions. Other than used paperbacks, there are no older editions available for Books 1-3.

      As for Producer’s Challenge, no, I didn’t have time to edit that one…which is not to say I won’t dig into it later. But I don’t think it would change much other than to tighten up the dialogue.

      Happy New Year to you, too! 🙂

  5. Cathy says:

    Darn, forgot to add Happy New Year.

  6. Cathy says:

    Great, off to Amazon now😀

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