In the next couple of months there should be three Things on the horizon. In mid-February (slightly delayed, but only by a fortnight or so) is Journeys. It's a fantasy anthology featuring the short story Black Sails, by me (and also stories by Adrian Tchaikovsky, Julia Knight, et al).
Before then, I'm hoping to get the paperback of Kingdom Asunder sorted. There can be delays with this sort of thing (formatting for a hard copy can be trickier than for an e-book, and you need to actually get and check the copy in the flesh, which can take a while). I do plan to include, as per a reader suggestion, some family trees for the Houses of Penmere and Esden. No idea on pricing, but the way things work mean it'll probably be heftier than I'd like (back when I had Temple as both an e-book and paperback, the paperback was $8.99 or so, the e-book $2.99, and I made more per sale for the e-book).
There is good news for January, as it's Saint Francis' Day on the 24th. So, there shall be a sale. Oh yes. There shall be a sale. So, keep your eyes peeled and your ears pricked.
The Abridged (and free) edition of Kingdom Asunder is shifting far better than I expected. Obviously, I'd prefer the full edition to be the one making the running, but hopefully this'll still help when Traitor's Prize rolls around (planned for later this year). In a bid to avoid starvation and death, I'm also going to try broadening my writing.
In the meantime, if you haven't already do check out Kingdom Asunder. It's a damned good medieval fantasy.