The second book in the Woes & Hose series is coming along nicely. There’s a cover! A glorious cover for The Glorious Adventures of Glamorous Prince Dietrich. As always, designed by legendary Anton Kokarev. I asked him for an appropriate sequel to the first book, plus an even more punchable face for our anti-hero protagonist. To wit, the results.
Ladies, gentlemen, swoon not. For what I’m about to tell you will make you … swoon. I am starting the publication process of the second book in the most wittily and elegantly named fantasy series of all times, Woes & Hose. Our beloved anti-hero is coming back in The Glorious Adventures of Glamorous Prince Dietrich!
The sixth SFFWorld.com anthology has been published! Unleashed unto the world, available for immediate purchase! Welcome to Pacific City is a super-powered sci-fantasy anthology set in an all-new shared world dominated by countless Heroes and Villains! I’ve got my own hero in the book too, so all the more reasons for you to get it.
Dear readers and chance lurkers, you’ll probably be somewhat enthused to learn that The Lost Words series is now also available on Smashwords. Following a successful experimentation with I Shall Slay the Dragon!, I decided to port several more titles to this platform, starting with The Lost Words, a complete, four-book series published in 2012-2015. Best of all? The first book, The Betrayed is free! An early holiday season gift, if you will.
Feeling dystopian? Excellent. Then you will want to know I’m hosting a Kindle Giveaway for my first-person zombie-themed novella Decay on Goodreads starting May 28. This means two weeks time from now, sharp, you can chance winning one of the 100 copies of this little book, the first installment in my semi-apocalyptic series Humanz. Hear hear.
For those of you wondering what be happening with the latest slash upcoming SFFWorld anthology Welcome to Pacific City, focused around the theme of Heroes & Villains, well wonder no more! I mean, I’d like to give you an update on where we stand. Andrew Leon Hudson has just posted the table of contents for the anthology.