My story “Anchored Down in Anchorage” has been published in the Fall 2017 issue of Into the Ruins. Perusing my contributor’s copy, I’m honored to note that my story leads off the issue. How cool is that?
This one also has tales by Daniel Stride, Al Sevcik, Damian Macrae and G. Kay Bishop.
You can buy the mag here.
Good News for today is that my story “Stilettos in the Snow” has sold to Anotherealm! My fist story sale to them, and of a tale I love!!
The Author Bios for the forthcoming anthology: Trump: Utopia or Dystopia are up. You can have a look here. This one will contain my story “Truth, from the Heart”, and will likely be at least a little bit controversial.
A great review of Incursion came up on Amazon (this one seems to be even more popular than Siege among those who have read both!). The nice thing about this one is that it was written by Jackie Kingon who is an excellent SF writer herself (author of Sherlock Mars).
The Still Waters anthology, Edited by C.J. Brightley which is a Noblebright antho and contains my story “Embrace of the Deep” is available for Pre-Order on Amazon. For those who are curious, it seems that the noblebright movement started as a countercurrent to the grimdark style.
The first review of anything is always a nerve-wracking experience, so the fact that we’ve got the first Amazon review of Incursion: Shock Marines in the book, and that it’s a good one is a happy thing!
The ebook version of my novel Incursion: Shock Marines launched today. I’m seriously excited about this one! You can have a look at it here.
There’s a review of Ecotastrophe II up on SF Crowsnest. They liked he antho as a whole and have nice things to say about my story, “The Wrong Kind of Ship” in particular. You can read the entire review here.
Got News from Black Rose Writing that my novel The Malakiad will be published in March 2018. So a lot of editing in my future, it seems… but definitely worthwhile, as this one is a book I love!
My comic fantasy novel, The Malakiad, has been picked up by Black Rose Writing. Contracts signed and sent, and will let everyone know about progress as it happens.