Short story “Contact” sold to Mustang’s Monster Corral. Nice little ezine.
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Unsettling Wonder 1 Released
Unsettling Wonder 1.1: Wonder Voyages is now available from the publisher. (Be warned, the publisher is in Britain…I recommend U.S. publishers order the electronic version). You can order it direct here: http://www.unsettlingwonder.com/shop/unsettling-wonder-v1-1/ in print, .mobi or .epub.
Dark Stars Anthology
If you happened to get an Amazon gift card for Christmas, Dark Stars: The Year’s Best Science Fiction Short Stories is available for Kindle right now. It contains my flash fiction Raphael and also stories by Gary Cuba, Sylvia Hiven…actually, it just contains a bunch of really good stories. You can find your copy for […]
I’ve been doing some work for an RPG company called Occult Moon. Specifically, I’ve contributed number 3 of their ‘Captain’s Logs from the Sandbox’ series. (They also have ‘Toys from the Sandbox’, which are fantasy). These are brief scenarios designed to provide adventure hooks and are completely system independent…you can use them with any system […]
Comets and Criminals #2!
I’m very pleased to announce that Comets and Criminals #2 will feature my story ‘The Emperor’s Grandson’. This is actually an out-of-genre story for me – it’s a straight historical with pretty much no speculative elements. The issue itself is a mixed bag of genres (sometimes within the same story), but there are quite a […]
The London Incident on Amazon
The London Incident was uploaded to Amazon Kindle Direct earlier today and is now live. Enjoy this great science fiction short story for only 99 cents. Find the Amazon link here. For other devices, the story can also be found on Smashwords here. If you have multiple devices of different types, use the Smashwords link […]
The Emperor’s Grandson to Comets and Criminals
My historical short ‘The Emperor’s Grandson’ has been accepted by the new e-zine Comets and Criminals (based in New Zealand – not sure why people down-under seem to like my stories, but they often do). I wasn’t sure where I was going to place this one as it’s out of my normal genre, so very […]