Well, I promised everyone that I’d let them know when the Trump: Utopia or Dystopia anthology was available. Well, it’s here and it contains my story “Truth, From the Heart” (you’ll have to read it to see if I did a Utopia or a Dystopia, although people familiar with my work can probably guess). Link to the antho here, and to an article about it here.
My story “Dangerous Skies” has been accepted by Manawaker Studio, and will be podcast soon – I’ll keep everyone posted and link to the story when it goes live.
For those who prefer to listen to excellent literature (and who enjoy a good reader) Incursion has been released as an audiobook. You can check it out here, and look at the launch announcement here.
My story “Clean Room, Dirty Room” can be read for free at The WiFiles. Go forth, have a look, and you can even leave a comment if you loved it or hated it! Link here.
Story sales x 2 to report. A couple of reprints to close out the year. My story Aulus Fabius Ambustus will be appearing in Disturbed Digest, while Bridge Over the Cunene, one of my all time favorite stories, has been picked up by Revisiting the Undead. A good way to end the year!
Continuing with the short stories that have been published recently, “Virtuoso” is up at Digital Fiction. This one is really short, and is a reprint – it was the title story for my second short story collection, and a lot of people feel that it is one of my best. You can read it for free, right here.
For your holiday pleasure, you can read my story “Alpine Silence” which was published in Liquid Imagination. This one is… different, but I think you’ll really like it. Link here.
The audiobook version of Incursion is available for your listening pleasure. Everyone seems to love this book, so I heartily recommend it…
You can have a look here
Look what came in the mail yesterday! This one contains my story “Embrace of the Deep”, and really looks fantastic. Some friends on the ToC, too! You can buy a copy of the antho here.
One of the nicest things about being an author are Amazon reviews. Even the scathing ones are from a perfect stranger–not a professional reviewer–who was affected sufficiently by your work to invest a tiny (or not so tiny in some cases, especially when the book made them mad!) slice of their time to say something about it. Here’s one from a few days ago that, without being long or even glowing, encapsulates why writers love to write!