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April 30, 2012 @ 11:40am

Buy The Battle of Blood and Ink

You can now purchase the graphic novel The Battle of Blood and Ink from any of these retailers: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, BooksaMillion, Powells Books, IndieBound, Walmart or Overstock. If you’ve been listening to the podcast and enjoying it, now is your chance to support the author and illustrator and read the next chapter in this exciting series.

Want to try before you buy? View the first 20 pages of The Battle of Blood and Ink on Tor.com: http://www.tor.com/stories/2012/04/the-battle-of-blood-and-ink-a-fable-of-the-flying-city-excerpt

9 Responses to “Buy The Battle of Blood and Ink”

  1. […] is not to say there’s not been a considerable amount of actual applause, now that THE BATTLE OF BLOOD AND INK is out in stores and folks have gotten a chance to read it. A lot of people have told me that they’ve enjoyed […]

  2. Blood and Ink just arrived at the house today, I can’t wait to crack it open!

  3. […] Jared Axelrod, writer of The Battle of Blood and Ink […]

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  5. […] Jared Axelrod, writer of The Battle of Blood and Ink […]

  6. […] Speaking of punk that has been steamed, I will be attending Watch The Skies tomorrow with luminaries who are both punk and steamy: Tee Morris and Pip Ballantine of The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences, Sarah Hunter of Brute Force Studios, and Steve Walker, my partner in steampunk graphic noveldom. […]

  7. Read this gem last nite and I loved it. Ash is a great heroine. Loved the dreds at the beginning. Never imagined the plot twist of how the flying city is kept afloat. Can’t wait for more!

  8. […] me thinking. I tried a new model with The Battle of Blood & Ink, where I started a podcast of stories related to the book two years before the book came out. While […]

  9. Loved this story!
    Geee,,,, Like to see Ashe get a pilot’s license (so she can be the one flying something – not just in command) and/or HAM radio license (you know — the old Mores Code gig) ? Maybe be an airplane mechanic somehow in the story? Maybe be the one who builds the flying apparatus?
    Or likes flying aerobatics kinda like Patty Wagstaff?

    Just sayn’

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