First Conan novel postponed

by Thord D. Hedengren on August 1, 2019
  • Sad news today, as transmedia publisher Perilous Worlds have decided to postpone the first new Conan novel in a long time, John C. Hocking’s Conan and the Living Plague. Changes to the format and distribution are cited. We’ll have more on this, and a release window, in the future, but for now, here’s the official word from Perilous Worlds.

    Los Angeles, August 1st 2019


    The transmedia publisher Perilous Worlds has decided to postpone the release of its first original Conan novel, the much anticipated Conan and the Living Plague. A new release date will be announced in the near future, through Perilous Worlds online channels, as well as on the official website for all things Conan,

    Conan and the Living Plague is the sequel to Conan and the Emerald Lotus, both written by John C. Hocking.

    The release of both books has been pushed due to changes in format and distribution.

    Look for more on both novels, and more, on the Perilous Worlds website.

    More on the new Conan novels from Perilous Worlds as we get it.

    Be sure to sign up for our newsletter for all things Conan, including news on Conan and the Living Plague. We’ll have some goodies again soon as well, much like the Serpent’s Bluff Print and Play game.

  • Thord D. Hedengren

    Thord is a contributor to, and the author of several books. He lives in Sweden, the Land of Kings.

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