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Aculeo & Amunet – the official website

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peripheriesToday’s post is to let the world know about the launch of the Official Aculeo & Amunet Website, a small thing that went live last night.

There’s a lot of good stuff going on with the series – which as you may know is also known as Peripheries of the Ancient World – and it was high time for Aculeo & Amunet to break free of Karavansara.

I’ll keep posting about my writing and my characters here, but the main action, for the series, will take place on the official website.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe new Aculeo & Amunet website features
. author short and dubious bio
. series overview
. a short intro to the Ancient World and its Peripheries
. a map to find where the stories actually take place (or will take place)
. an online shop with various items of interest
. the form for the A&A newsletter, for timely updates and subscriber-exclusive contents and promotions.

More stuff will come as the series evolves.

Oh!
And we also have a Twitter account (@aculeoandamunet) and a Facebook page, that we hope you will… Like.

Spread the word, if you feel like.

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Author: Davide Mana

Paleontologist. By day, researcher, teacher and ecological statistics guru. By night, pulp fantasy author-publisher, translator and blogger. In the spare time, Orientalist Anonymous, guerilla cook.

12 thoughts on “Aculeo & Amunet – the official website

  1. Reblogged this on Iho's Chronicles and commented:
    Da appassioenato della serie di Aculeo e Amunet trovo molto interessante l’idea di questo nuovo progetto di promozione della stessa. Attendo fine mese quando dovremo vedere un nuovo racconto con ansia.

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