Preview: The Hidden City by David Bowles

David Bowles‘ Garza Twins series is an outstanding set of middle grade novels, set in our world where the mythology of central America is all too real. The protagonists – the shapeshifting twins Carol and Johnny – are Mexican-American, filling a much needed diversity gap in young teen reading. The first book of the series,…

Preview: Dark Waters / Ronnie & Rita by Deborah Sheldon

Leading up to the 2017 release of Deborah Sheldon’s collection of short stories, ‘Perfect Little Stitches and Other Stories’, IFWG Publishing Australia will be releasing in coming weeks her two crime-noir novellas in a single volume, ‘Dark Waters’ and ‘Ronnie and Rita’. Each story a mirror-image of the other… A bad man trying to become…

Preview: In the Heat of the Day by Peter Rondel

In only a matter of days we will be releasing Peter Rondel’s latest novel, In the Heat of the Day – a science fiction novel within the climate change sub-genre. More information will be available on release, but in the meantime, enjoy the cover by Elizabeth Lang. and its full spread:

Preview: Final Cover Designs for To Dream by Louis K Lowy

We are pleased to reveal the full cover wrap designs for the hardcover and trade paperback versions of To Dream (Anatomy of a Humachine Book 1), a thought-provoking science fiction novel by Louis K Lowy. The artwork and design is by the amazing Dean Samed. The hardcover (grey clothbound with sleeve) will be released early…

Cover Reveal: Warriors of the Light by Larry Ivkovich

We in IFWG Publishing have been waiting in anticipation for the release of the sequel to Larry Ivkovich’s The Sixth Precept. The end is now in sight with Warriors of the Light, book 2 of the Spirit Winds Quartet, due for release on the 24th May 2016. In the meantime, we would love to share the…

News: Forthcoming new novel by Geraldine Fitzsimmons

IFWG Publishing will be publishing the third novel by Geraldine Fitzsimmons, A Reason to Kill, in about a week. Geraldine has a penchant for crime, thrillers, espionage, most often with an historical bent, and this thriller/suspense novel is no exception. The cover below, by Luke Spooner of Carrion House, carries the sense of the character…