Pre-Order Kevin J. Anderson and Rebecca Moesta books for Supanova Sydney

Satalyte Publishing is proud to be presenting 6 titles by this power duo at Supanova Sydney on 19 – 21 June, 2015. They are:

KevinJAndersonBy Kevin J. Anderson:

Working Stiff – a Dan Shambles novel
Death Warmed Over – a Dan Shambles novel
Veiled Alliances – a Saga of the Seven Suns prequel

RebeccaMoestaBy Rebecca Moesta:

Crystal Doors 1: Island Realm
Crystal Doors 2: Ocean Realm
Crystal Doors 3: Sky Realm


These titles will be in strictly limited numbers, so if you want to guarantee a SIGNED copy of any of the novels, then pre-order it now. The books are at the Supanova Special price of $20 each. After Supanova Sydney the price will go up to $24.95.

All orders will be held at the Satalyte Publishing Booth at Supanova Sydney. You can pick it up at the convention all weekend, or we will ship it out to you directly after the event. If you plan on picking up your order, then please choose the Supanova Pickup option. This way you will not incur a shipping charge.

Kevin J. Anderson and Rebecca Moesta

“are a sci-fi power couple: the pair work together as publishers of WordFire Press.

Kevin has written numerous novels in the Star WarsX-Files, and Dune universes, as well as a unique steampunk fantasy novel, Clockwork Angels, based on the concept album by the legendary rock group Rush. His original works include the Saga of Seven Suns series, the Terra Incognita fantasy trilogy, the Saga of Shadows trilogy, and his humorous horror series featuring Dan Shamble, Zombie PI. He has edited numerous anthologies, including the Five by Five and Blood Lite series.

Rebecca’s solo work includes novels in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Young Jedi Knights series, various short stories, non-fiction articles, and ghostwriting. With her husband Kevin, she wrote the Crystal Doors trilogy, fourteen Young Jedi Knights novels, a Star Trek graphic novel, two Star Wars pop-up books, and the original graphic novel, Grumpy Old Monsters.” – from Supanova

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