Our latest newsletter is now available (March 2023)

  • New Releases
    • Dark Days by Leonie Rogers, book 2 in the Albatar Chronicles
    • The White Pavilion by Ruth Fox
    • Slipstream by Alice Godwin
    • The Audiobook of Nightfall as narrated by Alan Malcolm and Sally Bruce
  • Coming Soon for 2023
      • Asparagus Grass by Adrian Deans
      • The War of the Worlds in Real Time, a fictionalised docudrama written by HG Wells, Leonie Rogers, Michael Cnudde, Andrew Harvey, and Ken Vickery will be tweeted live throughout the month of June
  • Author News
        • New Eden, by Ruth Fox, book 2 in CatCat Publishing’s The Ark Trilogy to be released 29 April.
        • Andrew J. Harvey has another book in The Portal Adventures coming out from Peasantry Press on May 2.
        • Asparagus Grass’ Adrian Deans has been busing on Muse.
  • And a reminder about our Trilogy Paperback Packs (Save 10% and free P&P)
    • The Frontier Series by Leonie Rogers
    • The Safe Harbour Chronicle by Shaune Lafferty Webb
    • The Bridges Trilogy by Ruth Fox

You can view the full newsletter at https://www.haguepublishing.com/newsletter/Newsletter2023-03.html

Ruth Fox’ ‘The White Pavilion’ – now available for pre-order (released 4 Dec)

Imre is a Dancer of the White Pavilion and a courtesan in training. When she falls when performing the Dance of a Thousand Steps, a dance that has been performed every year for the past 500 years, she believes she has disrupted the will of the Pattern and is responsible for the disasters befalling her world.
Called to the Citadel by the Principe Thaniel she believes she is to be punished for her mistake. But at the Citadel, Imre finds the prince is both more and less than he seems. And even as Imre adjusts to her new life, the Brotherhood tightens its grip over the rotting, rusting metal city from their pedestal in the sky, and Imre finds her heart and loyalties torn between the Prince and Senor Grath, his Adviser.
But on a broken world that moves to the ticking of the Pendulum and the spinning of the Wheel, can Imre prevent her world from being torn apart?