Right now, King Maker is only available over in the U.K. and in Australia, but thanks to Jim Mcleod, I know what it looks like on the book shelves. And in the hands of rabid fans.

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For those especially anxious to get their hands on a copy of King Maker, here’s a place that offers free worldwide shipping.

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King Maker on Amazon and available for your Kindle

King Maker on Barnes & Noble and available for your Nook

King Maker on Powell’s

King Maker on Book Depository

You can read the first chapter here.  Here are some early reviews:

-Science Fiction and Fantasy (a review I’m particularly proud of though I swear I’m not going to live and die by the reviews)

-Fantasy Literature
-Adam Christopher – Steampunk, Superheroes, and Science Fiction
-Civilian Reader
-Neth Space

Falcata Times – URBAN FANTASY REVIEW: King Maker – Maurice Broaddus

-Zoe E. Whitten – Book Review: King Maker by Maurice Broaddus

King Maker was mentioned in Publishers Weekly

AntiBacterial Pope – My Top Ten Reads 2010

Not Free SF Reader


Wicked Writers – To Be the Black Geek