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Fox Spirit is a small UK press who believe that day to day life lacks a few things.
We need the fantastic, the magical, the mischievous and even a touch of the horrific to stave off the banal and humdrum. Let the skulk bring you stories full of wonder and mischief delivered with a sharp bite.
Fox Spirit only recently launched their online e-bookshop, so the catalogue is still growing.
Books are available in ePub and Mobi formats.
Wizard’s Tower is a not a traditional publishing company.
We do not generally buy new works, but rather concentrate on making out-of-print works available once more as e-books, and helping other small presses exploit the e-book market. Our interests are solely in the areas of science fiction, fantasy and related markets.
Wizard's Tower also publish a small number of limited-print-run anthologies with a view to encouraging diversity in the science fiction and fantasy field.
Readers will receive both ePub and Mobi format books with each purchase.
Kickstarter helps artists, musicians, filmmakers, designers, and other creators find the resources and support they need to make their ideas a reality.
To date, tens of thousands of creative projects — big and small — have come to life with the support of the Kickstarter community.
A huge number of Kickstarter rewards include e-books, either as the main project outcome, or as a side-pledge for backers. Most are DRM-free.
E-book formats vary according to the specific project, but are almost always available as PDF, usually as ePub and sometimes as Mobi format as well. Check specific reward details before pledging.
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