6 edition of The exile of Ellendon. found in the catalog.
|Series||Doubleday science fiction|
|LC Classifications||PZ4.M3254 Ex, PS3563.A644 Ex|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||73019023|
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The first thing I ever had published was a fantasy novel titled “The Exile of Ellendon.” I sent it in cold without an agent to Doubleday in Doubleday was my second submission.
They bought it and published it and Robert Hale picked it up and published it. One novel:"The Exile of Ellendon" published under another name by Doubleday in the U.S.
and Robert Hale in England. Stories published in pro anthologies - "Superheroes", " Scary Stories," "Erotic Fantastic" and in small press magazines in Australia, Canada and England. New Fiction - Jan Search o author book lists. Browse series, pseudonyms, synopses, and sub-genres.
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“The Exile of Ellendon” was published by Doubleday in the U.S. in the s and by Robert Hale in England in the same period. I’ve had some professionally paid short stories published in the “Superheroes” anthology, “ Scary Stories”, “Erotic Fantastic”, and genre stories in small press publications in the U.S., England.
The first thing I ever had published was a fantasy novel titled “The Exile of Ellendon.” I sent it in cold without an agent to Doubleday in Doubleday was my second submission. They bought it and published it and Robert Hale picked it up and published it in. The Exile of Ellendon will be re-published as an E-book in That novel as well as Lady White Eyes currently selling on Amazon Kindle are fantasies that could be termed G or PG, meaning no adult material, as are five other novels that I’ve written but haven’t yet released.
The remaining William Marden novels, and one anthology, are all. [Page ] Offa king of the Eastsaxons with other go to Rome, he is shauen and becommeth a moonke, succession in the kingdome of the Eastsaxons and Eastangles, Osred king of Northumberland hath carnall knowledge with nuns, he is slaine in battell, Osrike renouncing his kingdome becommeth a moonke, bishop Wilfrid twise restored to his see, Westsaxonie diuided in two diocesses, bishop.
Grendel Books 18 Ireland Street, MAWest Chesterfield, MA, USA. Tel.: +1 () Email: [email protected] Book of Kells, The (Bantam, ) Exile of Ellendon, The (Doubleday, ) In a fantasy world where animals have been elevated to the stature of humans, a civil war results in exile, a quest, and the theft of a magical artifact.
Runes of the Lyre (Atheneum,Ace, ). The said Wilfride had béene bishop by the space of 45 yéeres: but he liued a long time in exile. For first being archbishop of Yorke, and exercising his iurisdiction ouer all the north parts, he was after banished by king Egbert, and againe restored to the sée of Hexham in the second yeere of king Alfride, and within fiue yéeres after.
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The statue of Mr. Calhoun was contracted for, we believe, inand completed in About the same time I received a review copy of a book from Doubleday, The Exile of Ellendon by William Marden () which was very clearly somebody else’s attempt to write a Zelazny novel and published by Zelazny’s own publisher presumably on the assumption that it would sell to the same audience.
I don’t blame Marden, certainly. This book, says the author, in his preface, closes the series of the Littlepage manuscripts, which have been given to the world as containing a fair account (4 the comparative sacrifices of time, money, and la- bor, made respectively by the landlord nfl tl~ tenants, on a New-York estate, together with the manner in which usages and opinions are.