We had a nice delivery from the printers yesterday of Darkness Forbidden paperback and dyslexia editions… it was like Christmas had come early!
Here at Scorpius we never do things by halves, which is probably why we committed at the start to publish 15 titles in our first year… eeek!! We must have been mad!
We’re really excited to annouce that our first title, Darkness Forbidden, has been released in a dyslexia-friendly format.
Which is why we’re passionate about helping people who have dyslexia to access the joy of good fiction. We made a promise when starting Scorpius Books to produce versions of all our titles that are dyslexia-friendly, especially for adults, where… Continue Reading →
Two recent pieces of news from Scorpius towers, with our eyes now firmly fixed on the year’s exciting list:
It was our first published title and remains one of our best selling, beating Dracula at one point on the Amazon chart (oh, we’ll cling to that one for as long as we can!).
Trumpets sound, party streamers everywhere… well, in the office, at least! As a small publisher, we have to sit and imagine the future where we’ll have a sparkler-topped cake for every release. In the meantime, we’ll just do a little happy jig at our desks!
A few snippits of news from Scorpius towers this week, with our eyes firmly fixed on our upcoming titles over the next few months:
Phew, it’s been a while since I last posted… tut, tut. To be fair, there has been a tonne of things happening behind the scenes so I’ll stick to that as my excuse! More on those coming soon…
Did you play the Game of Thrones and win?…
Warning: contains spoilers for series 8…(and a long post!)
Okay, so I’m a little late to the party on this, but after the final episode (which I watched several days late due to the hubby working and due to the school holidays have only just got round to writing this!), I think it’s taken me this long to process it and come to terms with the fact that a show I’ve watched for years is actually all over! In a small way, it was almost a form of grief.