Sorry about the silence. It's been a busy several days, not least of all because I got back the proof copy for the new edition of Tokyo Inferno. It looks fine save for a small issue with the spine, which I'll be fixing shortly. (My name disappears into the background; this is an easy fix.) Once that's done and I've confirmed it looks good, I should have the book approved for purchase.
We've been home-brewing science fiction and fantasy since 2007. It's made by human hands, with a human touch. Even in the biggest of adventures, we look for the intimate details, the things that remind us that at the core of every great story are people we care about, not just neat ideas or nifty gizmos.
Ever get that feeling you've read this story before? So did we. That's why we sat down and started writing: to get out from under the shadow of mass-market, focus-grouped, demographically-predestined literature that's anything but "fantastic".