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Antellus Publishes Smaller Paperback Books For 2014
Antellus, the private independent publisher of books and ebooks by author Theresa M. Moore, has issued smaller format editions of several trade paperback books in a bid to lower prices and improve on quality of production.
- The 10% Solution: Simplifying The Tax Code In The New Economy - ISBN 978-1-938752-
- The Mystery of Cranewood Manor - ISBN 978-1-938752-
- To Taste The Dragon's Blood - ISBN 978-1-938752-
- Red Dragon - ISBN 978-1-938752-
vampire romance. In 1984, Michael Burton is a San Francisco
reporter who is assigned to cover the war between the dragon
tongs in Chinatown. He soon discovers that vampires rule the
shadows, and what he learns changes his life forever. His
protector is a detective named Lori Wu, who captures his
heart. But the war escalates when Michael finds his
grandmother was murdered. Michael goes to a vampire
ancient called Xue Yaoli, who tells him that he is more than
human. Then he finds himself forging an alliance with the
Red Dragons in search of answers. When he and Lori are
captured by the mysterious and sociopathic Xuan Longyan,
Michael must fight in the arena to save the woman he loves. A Children of The Dragon SF/vampire novel.
- The Queen's Marksman - ISBN 978-1-938752-
Future books which will be reissued in June and July:
- A Pirate's Daughter (pending metadata)
- Nagrasanti (pending metadata)
- Destiny's Forge (pending metadata)
All future novels will be published in the smaller format where possible. All books by Moore are printed and distributed by Lightning Source and are available through Ingram. "I am pleased with the quality and better economy of scale the smaller books provide me, along with the wonderful finish a matte cover presents," the author said. "The matte covers are better and longer lasting than the glossy covers. And I have had a chance to improve on the cover designs in the process. It will bring some of my back list back to life for those who enjoy speculative fiction."
A future book still in the works is Swords of The Dragon's Blood, which will be published during the summer, and will be the same size as its prequel Written In Blood.
Theresa M. Moore is an author and illustrator who publishes under the Antellus imprint. She writes in a strong cinematic style to bring the full experience of the story to the reader. Moore also writes nonfiction essays and books on genre related subjects like history, mythology and science, with a view to educate as well as entertain.
Antellus was established in March of 2006 and has been the publishing imprint for all of Moore's books. The trademark was made permanent in 2007 and registered in June of 2014. Books published by Antellus are available directly from its own web site, http://www.antellus.com, from Barnes & Noble, other book stores and online retailers . For more information, please visit our site or contact us by email.