My story “Secrets of the Inner Ring” has sold to the Freakshow anthology. I will let everyone know when the antho becomes available.
Good news for today is that my story “Passing the Torch” has been accepted for the Enter the Apocalypse antho series. You can check out the details of the anthos at the publisher’s website, here.
So, if you’re in the mood for some free flash fiction, I’m happy to say that my story “Two Good Men” is today’s tale at The Flash Fiction Press. Have a look: http://www.theflashfictionpress.org/2016/11/26/two-good-men/
The Visions VI anthology, an SF collection on the theme of Galaxies, has launched! This one contains my story “Cloud Marathon”, and should be a great choice for those looking for core SF. You can see the Amazon listing here, but it’s also available through other retailers.
SF reader is a site that I’ve loved for a long time. I was very active in the forums back whenhad a bit of time, and it’s one of the great places to go for SF Reviews. They’ve reinvented themselves a number of times, and now have author pages, so I went over and created one. Come over, visit and say hello!
So, quick sales report: an eco-SF story has sold to an antho collecting stories about ecologically driven science fiction. More details as things progress.
One of the nice things about anthos is that one gets to read the reviews of the book and see what readers thought of the volume in general and of one’s story in particular. When reviews of the latest Third Flatiron anthology, Keystone Chronicles (you can buy it here) began to come out, I immediately clicked to see what they said about it.
On Amazon, reviews are mostly positive, and one reader chose my story as one of their favorites – always a good sign.
I normally don’t post old reviews here, but I completely missed this one when the story came out, so posting a link to it now. It’s a review on Black Gate of my tale “War and Peace Pipes” which actually has an excerpt. If you like the excerpt, you can read the whole thing here. In general the reviewer liked the story (I hope other readers disagree about the ending!), and I wonder if he ever did look up the rest of my work!
I’ve finally gotten around to setting up my author page on Amazon. It’ looks pretty good, but I’d forgotten just how many anthologies I’ve been a part of. Getting all of those updated and loaded has been pretty time consuming even though Amazon has done most of the work for me! Some titles are still being processed, so if I’m missing a book you edited, don’t fret, it will be there if it’s on sale on Amazon! You can have a look right here.