Gail Z. Martin

Gail Z. Martin

Gail Z. Martin writes epic fantasy, urban fantasy, and steampunk. Her newest books include Vendetta, the second book in her Deadly Curiosities urban fantasy series, Shadow and Flame, the fourth and final book in the epic fantasy Ascendant Kingdoms Series, and The Shadowed Path, a new Jonmarc Vahanian collection. She is also the author of Ice Forged, Reign of Ash and War of Shadows in the Ascendant Kingdoms Series, as well as Deadly Curiosities, the first novel in her urban fantasy series and Iron and Blood, a new steampunk series co-authored with Larry N. Martin. Gail is also the author of The Chronicles of the Necromancer series (The Summoner, The Blood King, Dark Haven and Dark Lady's Chosen) and The Fallen Kings Cycle (The Sworn: Book One in The Fallen Kings Cycle and Book Two, The Dread.) Gail has four ongoing short story series on ebook, the Jonmarc Vahanian Adventures,the Deadly Curiosities Adventures, the Blaine McFadden Adventures (King's Convicts series and the upcoming King's Exiles series) and together with Larry N. Martin, the Storm and Fury Adventures, steampunk set in the world of Iron & Blood with more stories added monthly. Gail's work also appears in a growing number of anthologies. For details, please see the 'Anthologies' page on her website. And Gail writes The 30 Day Results Guide series on Internet marketing: 30 Days to Social Media Success,30 Days to Online Marketing and PR and 30 Days to Virtual Productivity Success. For fiction book updates, tour information and contact details, visit Gail is also the host of the Ghost in the Machine Fantasy Podcast (, and you can find her on Facebook as Gail Martin and as The Winter Kingdoms and on Twitter @GailZMartin. She co-hosts the Disquieting Visions blog on paranormal fiction at and on You can find Gail's non-fiction web site at, and visit her and blog at

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