New Month!


For those that haven’t found it, Milk Run dropped a couple of days ago. This first book of a spin off series set in Toe-Hold space, features Natalya Regyri and Zoya Usoko in an adventure exploring the other side of the Golden Age. Hint: It’s not what you think.

If you missed the short story “Exile” when the Starbound anthology was available, it’s now the first three chapters of Milk Run. If you read that story and think “What? I read this already?” that’s why.

Podium has the first three Trader’s Tales up on Audible and Double Share is available for pre-order. They’re planning on a title a month until they catch up with me. I still owe them the last two books in the Seeker’s Tales.

I’ll be at the Denver Renaissance Hotel doing a public book signing on Sept 9th as part of the Colorado Gold Conference from 8-10pm. The event is open to the public. If you’re local and can make it, I’d love to see you.

That’s it for now, crew.

Thanks for hanging with me over the years and here’s hoping for many, many more.

Safe voyage.

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11 Responses to New Month!

  1. kiawe says:

    When will we hear it in audio? We can’t wait!

  2. Ari B says:

    Who do I contact if I’ve found a typo?

  3. Neil Kennard-Davis says:

    Milk Run was well worth waiting for. Lovely story, right up there with your best. Thank you!

  4. Nelson says:

    I gotta be true, I’m still to end the Quarter Share series (two books to go), but… Yay! Another one to the “wait for the paperback and buy as soon it appears!” list. 😀
    (and I just remembered there’s also “A Light In The Dark”. Bought it just now, so I don’t forget it again)

  5. Dave Sattar says:

    Hey Nathan,

    Loved Milk Run – so great to find myself back in the Golden Age of the Clipper Ship’s that I’ve so very much been enjoying over the last few years. And yet it’s different too. The same gentle charm and sensitivity, yet a whole new part of space to explore, with different rules new ships and new people sailing them. A whole new context as you might say 🙂 Nice how you’re tying it all together through Odin’s, and Port Newmar, establishing that it’s all part of the same larger universe and continuity.

    You keep writing ’em, I’ll keep buying ’em. I do so very much enjoy your work.


    Dave Sattar

  6. The Captain says:

    There’s a button on my main site

  7. The Captain says:

    Not for awhile, I’m afraid.

  8. Craig Lewis says:

    Excellent social portraiture, sir. I spent a few years as a civvie, working with (mostly) enlisted active duty Navy. It was a shore duty for them, mostly E-4’s through E-6’s. Lots of little things from that echoed, particularly in Quarter Share, but also later on. Cuz day to day might’ve been enlisteds, but I did meet with a few captains…and your captains ring true to those interactions, limited tho they were.

    One comment. You really should suggest that people read Milk Run *before* In Ashes Born. I did by accident, more or less, and I’m glad I did. Unless that, in itself, might be too much of a spoiler.

    Anyway, I’m quite glad to have found these. My sleep schedule isn’t, but afternoons were built for naps when necessary.

  9. The Captain says:


    Milk Run might be too much of a spoiler, and I’ll let people decide for themselves whether to read chronologically or order of publication.

    It does get a little squirrely.

  10. Chris Waters says:

    We won’t be hearing any more books read by you, will we?

  11. The Captain says:

    I’ll never say never, but there are a lot of things that have to happen before I can get back in the booth for an extended camp.

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