Posted On:12/12/2012 1:53pm
Guy Windsor posted on his blog yesterday that he's regained the rights to his first two books, the Duellist's Companion (rapier) being one, and I believe the Swordsman's Companion (longsword) being the other.
Copies have been going for hundreds of dollars (when I just looked, the Swordsman's Companion was on Amazon for $100-$400). The Duellist's Companion is now available as a PDF on scribd.com for $10, DRM free. Swordsman's Companion isn't available yet, but Windsor's blog post suggests it will be.
Posted On:12/13/2012 3:32pm
I'm glad that he finally got that worked out. Good for him.
Peace favor your sword,
Posted On:12/28/2012 3:47am
Style: .45 ACP
Most of the authors (not all, sadly, but most) who published through Chivalry Bookshelf and got screwed by the owner have reached a settlement where they have the copyright and physical copies of their books returned to them. I believe many of the titles are being offered again through Freelance Academy Press: http://www.freelanceacademypress.com/
There's a thread started by Chris Tobler of Freelance that tells the whole story here: http://forums.armourarchive.org/phpB...p?f=3&t=157458
Posted On:6/07/2013 1:56pm
Cool, I never read the duellist companion, but the front picture does look a bit like the basic stance in Bruchius rapier fighting.
Posted On:7/05/2013 6:31pm
Style: Escrima, JKD, Iaido, LINE
This looks good, I will definitely be checking it out.
Thanks for sharing
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