I have a lot to tell you all about today, so I won’t be including all the descriptions because that would make it loooong. But I’ll be linking to the book pages on here so you can get the full info, easy peasy.
Let’s start with the new:
Angel’s Demise, a dark urban fantasy short story is now available as ebook that you can buy here.
Tamari Shadow-Wing, guardian angel, watches over and guides Nick Corn. His life took a turn for the worse and he leaned into it.
She tries desperately to convince him to stop his downward spiral, but he isn’t listening.
Can she make him listen or will he become another lost soul?
And from here, I’ll go to Magic and Sacrifice which is finally available as a stand alone short story instead of only in the anthologies Fiction River: Last Stand that I co-edited with Dean Wesley Smith (to find out more about his fiction, go here instead) and Fiction River Presents: Writers Without Borders.
I especially recommend Fiction River: Last Stand—it is full of great short stories—but I’m also glad my short story is out by itself for anyone just interested in that story. On that note, here is the description for it:
Two countries at war. Only a magical barrier between them keeps the fighting to one day a year.
Maora and her husband fights on that one day, fighting for the country that creates the barrier every year.
Bloodied and hurt, they barely keep the tide at bay.
Will they fail and doom their country? Is there a way to end the war?
But there is more! Two new bundles came out this spring and I haven’t had a chance to mention them here on the blog.
Cat Tales Issue #3 included my short story When She Gained Her Soul. As you can probably guess, all stories in this bundle have cats in them. My story happen to be science fiction, but the other stories cover other genres.
So if you are a huge fan of cats (and haven’t picked up my story yet), you can find more info and a buy link here.
Last but not least is the other bundle called Eclectica. It has stories covering a lot of different genres. My story in it is Dear Brother. A mainstream short story about grief.
The best part of this bundle was all the promotion done around it and you can find me showing up in interviews at several places, plus at a virtual potluck put together by Jackie Keswick.
Barbara G. Tarn interviewed me for her author blog. You might recognize her name since she edited the anthology Nightly Bites which I was in.
Then read the interview Sherry D. Ramsey did with me, she had really good questions.
Lastly, the curator of this bundle A. L. Butcher interviewed me for their site Library of Erana.
Full details about Eclectica along with a buy link can be found here.
Before I bid adieu, I’d like to once again thank everyone who voted in the poll about what you enjoy reading on my blog. It really does help me shape what I do here.
I hope you have a lot of nice weather for the rest of your summer (or winter)!