1. FableCroft Publishing announced the Table of Contents for their anthology, One Small Step: an anthology of discoveries. I am very excited that “Sand and Seawater”, co-written by Jo Anderton and me, is part of the lineup. This is our first collaboration and we’re so pleased it found a home.
2. The e-ARCs of Mourning Cloak are now available! If you’re a reviewer and would like a copy, go here to request one. Many thanks to Kellie Sheridan for setting this up. (Also, keep an eye out for a cover reveal coming up soon!)
Kato Vorsok is a man deserted by his god. A failed hero living in exile, he wants nothing to do with his old life.
Until the night he encounters a wounded mourning cloak—a demon that can walk through walls, dissolve into mist, and spear a man’s heart with a fingernail.
She calls him by name. She knows his past. She needs his help.
And she is his key to redemption.
Mourning Cloak is a 22,000-word science fantasy novella.
3. We got a tree yesterday, and it’s filling up the entire house with the spicy scent of fir. Now it really does feel like Christmas!
Liana Mir says
You have the best knack for writing synopses. I must enlist you. I want to read this book now, so, so much.
Thanks, Liana. I really sucked at the synopses about six months ago, but once I started treating them as fun–rather than dreaded drudgery–they became easier to write and turned out much better. I much prefer crafting back cover copy to writing queries, that’s for sure.
Jo Anderton says