Tim Pratt
SF and Fantasy Writer

Queen of Nothing Kickstarter

As springtime grows near, a young man’s fancy turns to thoughts of… Kickstarting another Marla Mason fantasy novel.

I just launched the campaign to fund Queen of Nothing, which will be the ninth full-length book in the series (tenth if you count short prequel novel Bone Shop). (At this point, I’ve crowdfunded more of these novels than I published traditionally, which is frankly mind-blowing to me. My readers are amazing.)

If you want to contribute, or learn more, you can check it out here:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/timpratt/queen-of-nothing-a-marla-mason-novel

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It’s going to be a grand blend of mythic fiction and contemporary fantasy, with a lot of evil-god-punching, and all the usual snark and jokes and moral ambiguity and ass-kicking and calamitous mistakes that characterize the rest of the series.

Want to read about Marla? Here are links to some free stories set in her world.

Thanks, as always, for your support.

 

4 Responses to “Queen of Nothing Kickstarter”

  1. Scott Says:

    Reading (and enjoying) LADY OF MISRULE currently. Beyond the Kickstarter income, do the books sell pretty well? I’ve read them all so far…

  2. Tim Pratt Says:

    (Just saw this comment, so here’s a super belated answer: they sell okay, yeah! The ones I’ve self-published generate a small but reliable bit of royalty income for print and audio sales. The first four that Random House published haven’t earned out, but they paid me good advances.)

  3. Jason Wilson Says:

    I just finished reading Lady of Misrule and came here wondering when the next would be kickstarted. I missed it! Crap cakes. That is what happens when I let my job eclipse everything for a while. I’m glad to see it worked and can’t wait to but the book. I’ll keep my eyes open better for the next kickstarter.

    Also, Lady of Misrule was fantastic!

  4. Tim Pratt Says:

    Thanks so much! Queen of Nothing will be available from all the usual places online by the end of the year.

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