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Tag Archives: eyes like sky and coal and moonlight
This is a fantasy story I wrote a while back for a Halloween story contest. It’s reprinted in fantasy collection Eyes Like Sky and Coal and Moonlight. The Silent Familiar The Wizard Niccolo was not happy. At the age of … Continue reading
I hope everyone’s having a happy end of the year and that your festivities, in whatever form and fashion you celebrate them in, are merry and bright. If you’ve received a gift certificate for books or are gifting someone with … Continue reading
I’m running an Amazon giveaway today and tomorrow – Eyes like Sky and Coal and Moonlight is free to download. Please check it out if you haven’t, and if you like it, I hope you’ll leave a review!
One of the things I’ve decided to do over the next six months is release a number of my stories in small mini-collections in electronic form. Each of these will consist of 2-3 already published stories, with 1-2 ones original to the collection. The first is Halloween Quartet, which contains “Whose Face This Is I Do Not Know” (appeared originally in Clarkesworld), “Niobe in the Rain” (appeared originally in Serpentarius), “So Glad We Had This Time Together” (appeared originally in Apex Digest), and “Pumpkin Knight,” which is original to the collection.
Holy cow. Kindles are selling, selling, SELLING. So, uh, if you're looking for something of mine to read on your Kindle, here's some suggestions. Lightspeed Year One – For $5, you get not just two of my stories, but everything … Continue reading
Open mike at the Redmond Teen Center this Saturday, klids’ art, starry skies, people making art, reasons your reader keeps reading, the James Thurber House, reading for your Kindle, and an online workshop. Continue reading