I’m slowly putting together the next book. This one is going to be a little different. Like Warp Resonance, it will be a collection of short stories rather than a single work. However, Crow Moon will be focused on my fantasy works. The stories will range from romantic to very dark, and I’m arranging their… Read More A Crow Moon Rises
I have a new release, but so do some friends and fellow authors, so you’ll have plenty to read this weekend! Zombie Maggots is out just in time for Halloween! It’s available in ebook and paperback for your reading pleasure. If you’d like to know more about the writing process of it, check out my… Read More New Books Today!
The ghosts in this anthology are the stories themselves, haunting the tiny, indomitable island. Ghosts of Malta is a collection of tales set on Malta, from authors scattered around the world, and a history you won’t want to miss by the LawDog himself. I have a story in this one, along with many other great… Read More Ghosts of Malta
The idea has been batted around for a year now: an anthology of hunting tales. Objections have been raised. Hunting stories are, by their very nature, meant to be performative. Alcohol is frequently involved. Fiction is at the edges of all of them, intended or not. Since they are usually spoken, they run short –… Read More Open Call: Hunting Anthology
I have a story in this anthology! I was honored to be invited to join, it’s a group of phenomenal Texas-based authors. The stories run the gamut, as they would if you were sitting ’round the supper table talking and telling tales. My story in it is a conscious loving homage to H. Rider Haggard,… Read More Tales Around the Supper Table
I’m proud to announce a Sanderley Studios publication today! Adventure Stories for Young Readers is an anthology of eleven stories by stellar authors. Tales of action, derring-do, science fiction and fantasy. All of it backed up by solid family values. You’ll find this book is suitable for ages ten and up, with a high reading… Read More New Release: Adventure Stories for Young Readers
Cheep! Cheep! Ok, ok, it’s free… Cracked! A chicken anthology is a collection of chicken stories unlike anything you have read before. I have a story in it, which involves a swirling vortex of cluckers aboard a space station. It’s also an affectionate nod to my husband, the engineering technician. Go! Get your copy!… Read More Free Book
New anthology! Fresh off the presses! You can find fourteen impeccably edited short stories in When Valor Must Hold, tales of derring do, heroism, and hope. When all else fails, heroes take up arms and hold. Read the snippet, and then click the ‘Read More!’ to buy and read the book. It was another… Read More Hot New Release! Anthology Day
This last year was weird, and good, and, well, weird. I wrote a lot more than you all saw from me, but I couldn’t talk about it. Now, finally, I can start to reveal some of the secret projects. Three of them, to be specific. I don’t think there was any planning in this,… Read More Anthologies Galore!
I’ve been reading a collection of stories by Raymond Chandler the last few days, when I got stuck on the writing and wanted to soak up a little more flavor. I’d gone through all the Spillane we own (that is, none of the Mike Hammer books) and I’m disinclined to shell out $6-7 each for… Read More Trouble is My Business
Today I am going to do a… Hmmm, not sure what to call this. A bunch of mini-reviews, I guess. I’m up to my elbows in writing Dragon Noir, 1200 words already this morning, when I looked at the clock and realized I’d better stop a moment and do the blog. I’d planned to review… Read More Review: Minis
This is a guest post by a friend and very articulate man, who posted this letter he sent to the editors of Analog, explaining why he felt compelled to cancel his subscription and end a three-decade relationship with that venerable SF institution. I will add to it that he touches on a theme you have… Read More Gentlemen, You have no Idea why People Read…