That that of year again. Anthologies! SFFWorld.com is running a brand new anthology project, and this time, it’s bigger and more complex than ever. It’s not just a collection of short stories. It’s a shared world. And it’s happening in a fictionalized metropolis on the west coast of the USA. The theme? Heroes & Villains.
Ladies, gentlemen, zombies et al, it’s alive, it’s alive! Decay, it’s out there. Both paperback and Kindle editions are available, affordably and justly priced. Decay is a first-person zombie-themed novella, told from the perspective of a zombie. Hopefully, it justifies the narrative and the theme.
A man must have a challenge. Once upon a time, it was reading. One book, six book, eight book bunch, daylight come and me wanna read … in parallel. Next came the writing. One work of art at any give time. Simple. But now, that is no longer enough. So I’m attempting this bold new thing. One author, two novels.
Like Free Willy, only instead of whales (or orcas), you get a cowardly prince. And Dietrich will be escaping his cage from May 2 till May 17, on Goodreads. Two signed copies in this fine giveaway, so if you have not yet laid your plebeian hands on this royal novel, you might as well do that now. All it takes is one naughty click.
Someone recently asked me: What new books are going to publish in the coming years? Since I realized my answer could not be a simple one-liner, I decided to write a blog post and outline all the different works my fans should expected to see published in the next few summers. Let us elaborate.
Ladies, gentlemen and shapeshifting teen werewolves, The Betrayed, the first book in The Lost Words series, will be available for zero-cost e-book grabs between April 10 and April 14, included. The clock beginneth at the stroke of midnight, Pacific Time. So if you don’t own a Kindle copy just yet, this is your chance.
After a few questions from my non-existent friends, I decided to answer a few questions on how the reasoning and the theme for my upcoming zombie book came to be. After all, we had The Lost Words, with multiple story lines, lots of magic, lots of grimness. Then we had Prince Dietrich, who is charming and chivalrous. Not. But definitely funny. Maybe. Now, we have zombies, and one of them will be telling us its story. I, I, I, me, me, me.