Ring of Fire Press has some great new releases and more on the way!

A Grand Imperial War

By Ray Tabler

Lieutenant Suarez of the Imperial Marines is facing a sticky situation. The Human ambassador is having an affair with a Farsalian princess, which leads to an incident for which Suarez gets the blame. Fortunately—or unfortunately—for him, Emperor of all Humankind Stanislaus has been looking for an excuse to start a war anyway.

Desperate battles, secret missions, romantic entanglements, interstellar plots, and court intrigues now await Suarez and his doughty band in A Grand Imperial War.

WarSpell: The Orclands

Game of Freedom Book 1

By Gorg Huff and Paula Goodlett

The Merge leaves the memories and abilities of two American soldiers from Fort Benning in the bodies of a conquistador and a half-orc divine intercessor of Twir, the goddess of scribes, in a world filled with slavery and human sacrifice.

They are determined to let freedom ring. But doing so will require outwitting royal governors and assorted gods and goddesses. To put the icing on the cake, the intended beneficiaries of their struggle, the orcs themselves, would just as soon feed them to those very same gods.

The Sword and the Serpent

Book 2 of: The Kleopatra Chronicles

By J. Dharma Windham

Led by Kleopatra, the victorious Egyptian armies from the South are ordered to disband by the Roman general who has invaded Egypt to restore Kleopatra’s father to his throne.

Crushed, the teenage Kleopatra complies with his order. Her father, backed by the Roman army, battles Queen Berenike to regain his throne; BUT a new deadly threat arises from the Egyptian underworld. One so terrible it not only threatens Kleopatra’s Two Egypts but the entire world — and only Kleopatra, the avatar of the Goddess of Ten Thousand Names, can possibly stop it.

A 1632 Christmas

Edited by Walt Boyes, Joy Ward, & Bjorn Hasseler

The holidays are in full swing all over. Some people are falling in love, some people are learning new ways to celebrate, and others are even having babies.  Did you know Santa must be a Lapp because he has reindeer? Did you know that Krampus really doesn’t like bullies?  Some people are learning new ways to look at Christmas.  And up-time action videos are really important to Christmas.  Then there is Christmas in Japanese California and the Indian Ocean.   A young Jewish boy learns about traditions not yet invented.  And we must not forget the union activity in Nuremberg.

The Gourmets of Grantville

By Bethanne Kim

The Ring of Fire that transposed the modern American town of Grantville into the middle of the Thirty Years War forced its inhabitants to face many challenges of a political, military, economic, social and religious nature. But it posed more mundane challenges as well. What do you cook and eat when half the foods you’re used to are no longer available? And how do you keep someone alive when the medicines they depended on are now absent also?

No Place to Die

by Roger Smith

Zhao Xin, the only child of China’s ruler, has defected. Her father believes her body, her stealth fighter and her stolen war plans are on the bottom of the Yellow Sea, but he’s not certain. America has hidden her on a lunar colony, disguised as an astronaut—but Chinese agents are now searching for her everywhere.

The Marshals

By Mike Watson

The Thirty Years War caused widespread chaos across central Europe. The State of Thuringia-Franconia starts a marshals service to help bring order to the area. Marshal Archie Huffman covers the gunmaking town of Suhl and its environs.