The Snowblind ebook is available, and the paperback version should be ready in the next week or two if all goes well. I’ll update with a link to that as soon as I can. Snowblind can be read before or after Innocence; the two books take place at the same time.
I’d hoped to have Snowblind released by the end of June, so I’m running behind, but I’m trying to make that up. Despite the delays and the nightmare hellscape that 2020 has become, I still fully intend to release the next Admiral book before the end of the year, and I’m also committed to keeping this campaign promise for those who care about that.
As always, it helps out if you want to leave a rating or a review on Amazon or Goodreads or wherever. I hope everyone likes the book, a description is below. Almayer Station is still free if you don’t want to buy it, and here’s the series page if you need to catch up with the other books.
In exchange for her help with apprehending the Admiral at Shangri La, the Imperium has chosen to overlook Private Tessa Salmagard’s indiscretions. She’s back aboard the flagship with Ensign Nils and Lieutenant Deilani, and she has a once in a lifetime opportunity: the Empress herself is aboard the Julian, and Salmagard’s unit has a chance to protect her.
But Salmagard hasn’t been herself since Shangri La, and she fails to re-qualify for active duty. Worse, she learns that the Admiral is alive and in New Brittia, dominating the galactic news cycle. Salmagard has twenty-four hours to try to salvage her career, and the Admiral’s deadly predicament is a distraction she doesn’t need.
With the truth about the destruction of Little Norwich still clouded, and the shadow of another war looming, the future hangs in the balance. The Admiral is only one of the shadowy forces moving to influence the outcome of the Empress’ peace talks. Meanwhile, another unstoppable Evagardian war rages in the shadows at the highest levels of the Imperium, but everything is coming out into the light.