Should it be of interest to anyone, I wrote three things that would be eligible for awards nomination this year:
So, it’s been a busy few weeks. Last month my novel The Deep And Shining Dark was released. This month, my novella A Glimmer Of Silver came out from The Book Smugglers. It’s available from Amazon US, Amazon UK, and Smashwords. It has been getting good reviews, too, which is awesome.
My novel The Deep And Shining Dark (Book One of the Marek Series) was released last Friday! It’s currently available as an ebook from various retailers; the print version will be out in September.
Their current stories are worth a read, too.
Forthcoming later this year: another City of the Saved anthology from Obverse Books, Tales Of The Civil War. Featuring a story from me, alongside other excellent people:
“War has come to the City of the Saved. Once immune from harm, the resurrected Citizens of the universe find themselves once again most terribly fragile – and just as in the universe, too many of them now strive to take advantage of the fact.
In this unfamiliar City, the resurrected must revive the long-forgotten skills of their original lives. Knights, courtiers, detectives, killers, nurses, adventurers, spies: the afterlives of all will be irrevocably changed by the Civil War.
“These are their tales.
* *The Tale of Sir Hedwyn* by Kara Dennison
* *The Age of Meeting Ourselves Again* by Kelly Hale
* *The Queen of Clubs* by Louise Sellers
* *To Die by the Sword* by Helen Angove
* *Just Passing Through* by Juliet Kemp
* *Angels on a Hoverbike* by Selina Lock
* *Interlude from a Civil War* by Philip Purser-Hallard”
Now available for pre-order from Obverse Books: The Perennial Miss Wildthyme, featuring Iris Wildthyme, and a story from me. It’ll be out this autumn, and I’m thoroughly looking forward to reading the rest of the stories.
(Should you feel unable to wait for your Iris fix, Iris Wildthyme of Mars, in which I also have a story, is available right now.)
I have a story, ‘Skitterings in Corners’, in issue 3 of the Journal of Unlikely Entomology . I love Svetlana Sukhorukova’s illustration for it! The rest of the stories in the issue are also well worth a read.
Coming soon: Tales of the City finally out! (It’s actually already available as an ebook, but I’m holding off a proper announcement til I can link to the print edition as well).