I've always loved "cold world" settings, so I've always been intrigued by The Winter of the World series by Michael Scott Rohan. Recently, I noticed that the first 2 books in the trilogy were published in digital format (showing up in the Kindle store in early November 2012). Of course my first thought was "Why publish 2 books in a 3 book series?". I held off mentioning it here, hoping the other volume would show up. I decided to do a quick search today, and noticed 2 more books in the series were in the Kindle Store. Thus, the original trilogy is complete on the Kindle, and the first book in the prequel (sorta) series is available, too. Based on the publishing schedule so far (2 books in early Nov, 2 books in mid Dec), I would assume the other 2 books might be out at the end of Jan 2013. Just a guess, though.
It appears that there are 2 trilogies. The first 3 books are the original series, and 15 years or so later a prequel trilogy (of sorts) appeared. Graham has more details on the 2nd trilogy here. Apparently the 2nd trilogy takes place way BEFORE the 1st trilogy, and there is little in common between the 2 series, other than the world itself. Thus, you can read the original trilogy and get a totally complete story.
So, if you have a Kindle and have always wanted to read this classic series, now is your chance! I plan to give it a read myself, and it is SO tempting to move this to the top of my reading pile right now. Here are the books in the series, with links to the Kindle store:
4) The Castle of the Winds
5) The Singer and the Sea
6) Shadow of the Seer