For all those wondering what next for your favourite 99p triskaidekaphilic crime publisher, check out my guest blog over at Paul Brazill's Brit Grit Alley.
Other news from the Thirteeners:
Richard Godwin has the answers. The questions are asked by Ben Lelievre at Dead End Follies and Hector Duarte Jr for Sliver of Stone.
Check out Richard's latest here.
Aidan Thorn's charity anthology Paladins is available now in paperback or on Kindle. The wonderful story behind it is up at Paul's gaff. Also check out his latest short over at Spelk.
Matt Phillips' Bad Luck City is first up in Near to the Knuckle's new series of crime novellas. This one's looking good, as they've already added Gareth Spark and Ian Ayris to the line up.
All Due Respect (who are also publishing Paladins) release Mr Brazill's latest - a collection of shorts showcasing the brilliant breadth of the man - on the 1st of next month. Make sure to pre-order.
Rumours have it that Michael Young will have a new novel out by the end of the summer. More news on that as it breaks.
And if you haven't already, complete your set of the Thirteen by clicking here and choosing your next short sharp dose of crime fiction...