Just a quick post this morning. First of all, I have a newish release out. I say newish because the book has been re-edited, some new material has been added as has a new title. Original published as "Hunter's Home", Prey is the third book in the Stalker's Moon series. In a lot of ways,... Continue Reading →
It’s Mostly Alive!
It lives! It's al.... Coff coff. Ok. It's only mostly alive. Which about describes my status this morning. I'm talking about the book, though, not me. But I tell you three times, washing a kitten first thing in the morning because she's gotten into the Toxic Waste is not my idea of fun. Also, opening... Continue Reading →
New Familiars from Alma Boykin!
Welcome to October! In a fitting start to a spooky month, I want to draw your attention to Alma Boykin's latest release! Judiciously Familiar: A Familiar Tales Book 15 "By the Pricking of my thumbs/ Something wicked this way comes!" "Caw! Caw!" A raven the size of an eagle appears in Riverton. When it begins... Continue Reading →
New Release: Cracked an Eggscellent Chicken Anthology
So a while back an author whose social media presence often involves various critters from her farm (which I hugely enjoy) threw out an idea. Quarantine is boring. Life is stressful. We should do something. Being authors, she proposed we write. With chickens. And humor. I was all in. What came out of that prompt was... Continue Reading →
New Release by Cedar Sanderson: Supernatural Streets
Hot Electrons! Get them while they're still smoking! Supernatural Streets is finally out! There will be a lot of good reading in this one for you. 14 Urban Fantasy Authors, some of them names you will recognize.... And one of my Amaya Lombard tales, picking up where I left off with Possum Creek Massacre. Amaya... Continue Reading →
New Release: The Violet Mouse
Hot off the presses by Cedar Sanderson... Wait a minute. There are no presses. Only electrons. Hot electrons! Gittem here! The Violet Mouse is a bleeding edge Hard SF story that is more about the human nature and how that will always dictate what we do with our discoveries. And then, the unknown. Sometimes things... Continue Reading →