Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Hiatus Time

Okay, I'm going to be away for Internet access for a while so in the spirit of hard-headed self-interest I'll leave this post at the top of the blog.


The Skinner on the Book Depository, Amazon and Kindle.
The Voyage of the Sable Keech on the Book Depository, Amazon and Kindle.
Orbus on the Book Depository, Amazon and Kindle.

And don't forget, all you people who don't live in Britain, that the Book Depository does free international shipping.


Gridlinked on the Book Depository, Amazon and Kindle.
The Line of Polity on the Book Depository, Amazon and Kindle
Brass Man on the Book Depository, Amazon and Kindle
Polity Agent on the Book Depository, Amazon and Kindle
Line War on the Book Depository, Amazon and Kindle


Prador Moon on the Book Depository, Amazon and Kindle
Shadow of the Scorpion on the Book Depository, Amazon and Kindle
Hilldiggers on the Book Depository, Amazon and Kindle
The Gabble on the Book Depository, Amazon and Kindle
The Technician on the Book Depository, Amazon and Kindle

Have you seen anything you haven't got yet?

The Departure on the Book Depository, Amazon and not yet on Kindle. To be released in September, the first in a series continuing with Zero Point and Jupiter War.

The Parasite on Kindle. This is a 40,000 word novella people so no whinges about how short it is.

Cowl on the Book Depository, Amazon and Kindle




The Engineer ReConditioned on the Book Depository and Amazon
Africa Zero on the Book Depository and Amazon

And finally, for completists, if you want a copy of Runcible Tales, which is a chapbook containing five short stories, head over here to Piper's Ash (and don't come back here complaining about the number of pages etc).

I'll be returning to this blog once the Internet bars open again on Crete. See you all anon.

17 comments:

Geoff Lynas said...

Look forward to your next post. Safe flight.

Nuno said...

Wish you a good time in Crete!

Neal Asher said...

A safe flight unless Gadaffi starts shooting down airliners. Crete is pretty close to that mess!

BarryA said...

Rest.
Gently massage your tonsils with some of the local brew, you deserve it.

Just checked. Since 23rd March 2001 you've published 14 novels (Cowl is the extra that doesn't fit in your time-line chart) plus another ready for the printers.

That's one hell of an output in ten years.

Then there are the 6 other publications before that.
And the quality hasn't fallen.

You sure you're not an android?

Jebel Krong said...

doing your usual migration, huh?

Xanares said...

Have a great time Neal. I might go south soon again too (Malta).

Fader209 said...

Where the hell are we meant to go now?!
*shudder*
The outside world of the internet is so scary.

Bob Lock said...

Hope the earthquake hasn't shaken you up too much!

Jimmy Devine said...

Lucky Bugger!!!

Neil said...

Enjoy the summer and hopefully you'll place will get a little bit closer to completion ;)

Dan said...

I noticed that The Parasite is on Amazon.com's Top 100 High Tech Science Fiction eBooks. How do the sales numbers look from your end?

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Pishnagambo said...

I really appreciated the graphic with the time line for the polity novels. Had very little idea what novel to buy after gridlinked.

Maybe you should put it on your personal site to help ppl like us out :)

It took some deal of searching to discover the info. An old blog post(on your old blog) of yours where i found the alternate gridlinked ending, made reference to the brass man was going to be book two. So was quite confused for a bit.

Also, Fantastic work! Love the books

Deirdra Eden-Coppel said...

I love your site and as I browsed your blog I decided to award you the Best of Sci/Fi Award.
Go to http://astorybookworld.blogspot.com/p/awards.html and pick up your award.
~Deirdra
PS. Love the art for your book covers too!

Theo d'or said...

Hey Neal, just pre-ordered Departure. Now you can fix your roof with my hard earned money :P

Rob said...

Woot!
Just scored an original copy of The Parasite from Ebay. I now have an almost complete set of Asher including The Engineer Reconditioned and Runcible Tales.
No Mindgames though :o)
Oh, and I haven't bought The Departure yet.
Busy re-reading Cowl at the moment.

Rob said...

I'm not sure if they did it on purpose just to rub it in.
My copy of The Parasite arrived today which cost nearly 30 quid delivered, and it had a price tag on the front from a second hand bookshop of 50p!!
Someone did well!