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Brian McClellan
Worked at Hachette Book Group USA
Attended Brigham Young University
Lives in Wickliffe, OH
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Some authors talking about PHXCC, genre news, and other sundries. Some of us might be tipsy.
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Brian McClellan. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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You can currently grab my first Powder Mage short story "The Girl of Hrusch Avenue" for free!
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In which I announce my first two foreign rights sales!
This coming news is probably far more exciting to me than it is to most of you, but I can now announce my first two foreign rights sales! We have sold the French rights to The Powder Mage Trilogy in a three book deal with French publisher Panini. This deal was done by Noemie Rollet at the Elaine ...
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New blog post. Weekly Inspirations: the things that made me want to write this week.
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Cool. Feels good to be on there with some truly awesome authors.
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The Powder Mage short story "Face in the Window" is now up on iBooks. Check out the full link list here: 
Taniel is a powder mage, a flintlock marksman with the ability to imbibe common black powder to strengthen his mind, body, and senses, as well as shoot over long distances. Sent into short-term exi...
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Over on Chuck Wendig's Terribleminds, I talk about Five Things I Learned Writing The Crimson Campaign.
The second book in the flintlock epic fantasy Powder Mage Trilogy, following Promise of Blood.  Tamas’ invasion of Kez ends in disaster when a Kez counter-offensive leaves him cut off behind enemy ...
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A guest post of mine over on the Writer's Digest blog, in which I talk about how I got my agent.
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My publisher has put Promise of Blood up for sale at $1.99 (ebook) for the month of September. How cool is that?
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Brian McClellan is the author of Promise of Blood, book one of The Powder Mage Trilogy, as well as "TheGirl of Hrusch Avenue," "Hope's End," Forsworn, and the upcoming TheCrimson Campaign, due out in May of 2014. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio with his wife and two dogs and a cat. In his spare time he plays computer games, makes homemade jams, and tends to a hive of honey bees.

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