Sale! My story “Digital Rights” has sold to House of Zolo, my first sale to this market. Will let everyone know when it’s published.
Off the Beaten Path is available on Kindle! I think you will like this one, as it focuses on people you probably won’t have met before and places that aren’t the usual American or European settings. So if you like your genre fiction set in South America, Asia and Africa, this one is for you (or for that special person who needs a last-minute holiday gift, but who has read widely in the genre and wants something fresh!)
Here’s an SFRevu review of DreamForge #3, which includes my story “A Sip of Pombé”. The reviewer liked the story and the mag, so a good feeling all around. Link here.
How about that – Revisiting the Undead is now available as a kindle book. This one contains my story “Bridge over the Cunene”, and you can have a look here.
Sale! My story “Watching the Stars” has sold to Breaking Rules Publishing. I’ll let everyone know when it comes out.
My story “Desperate Measures” is up at Anotherealm. You can (if you so desire) go forth and read it for free here. A mix of ancient legends in this one.
My story “Iced” is available to read at Swords and Sorcery magazine. This one is an S&S whodunnit, and I’ve placed the link here! Go on, click… you know you want to read it…
Right in time for Halloween, here’s a book for you: Halloween Horror Volume 1. This one contains my story “Teeth”, and you can buy it here.
So, after yesterday’s bit of awesomeness, here’s another first for me: my story, A Sip of Pombé is on the Nebula recommended reading list over at SFWA (that it was recommended by the super-talented Chilean writer Rodrigo Juri is a bonus – and one I’m thankful for!). Can’t leave a link, because it’s password protected, but thought I’d leave a screenshot, just to show you that it actually happened (what, me excited?).
The link to read the story (normally, this would be only available to people who buy the print edition) is here.
I was a finalist in the third quarter Writers of the Future contest (link here). This is both an honor, because there are thousands of stories entered this month and timely, since I have recently sold a couple of stories that disqualify me from competing in this one any more.
I have one final quarter of eligibility (the next judging session) for which I’ve already sent in a story… and that is it.
So it’s amazing to made the final eight in the biggest SFF writing contest out there. Truly delighted with this one, and congrats to those who took the top three places!