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Cover and ToC for SWORD & SORCERESS 32

Coming November 2!

Eighteen tales of magic and mayhem, in plenty of time for the holidays. If you really want to run with the Formidable Women theme, you could pair this with the Hath No Fury anthology that’s coming out the first of December.

My story, Royal Daughters, is a blend of fantasy and historical fiction, set in Scotland’s border country during the infancy of Mary Queen of Scots.

Table of Contents

Women’s Work by Pauline J. Alama
Hostages of Honeycomb by Marian Allen
The Sound of the Moon by Robin Wayne Bailey
Finding Truth by Lorie Calkins
Wight Nights by Steve Chapman
Royal Daughters by Elaine Cunningham
Unexpected by Suzan Harden
Save a Prayer by Mercedes Lackey
Sky, Clouds, and Sonam by Catherine Mintz
Shaman’s Quest by Kevin L. O’Brien
Authority Figures by Michael H. Payne
The Girl from Black Point Rock by Deborah J. Ross
Till the Cows Come Home by L.S. Patton
Deadly Questions by Jonathan Shipley
The Nature of Wraiths by Dave Smeds
Add a Cup of Terror by Michael Spence & Elisabeth Waters
A Librarian in Distress by Rose Strickman
Expiration Date by Julia H. West

New pub date for HATH NO FURY

This anthology, which features stories of kick-ass female characters, was funded by Kickstarter and expected to come out in mid 2017.  Is has been delayed several times and was just rescheduled for release on December 1.  Here’s why:

The publisher, Ragnarok Publications, merged with Galaxy Knight Games, and the company is going through management change and reorganization. Things seem to be settling down, and I’m fairly confident that the new pub date will happen.

KILLING IT SOFTLY, now in hardcover

A book that’s considered worthy of hardcover treatment usually makes its debut in that format. The horror anthology Killing It Softly  is an exception. It has been out for three months in digital and paperback format, and recently became available in hardcover with new cover art.

This is a collection of dark fiction by women writers, and apparently we’re going at this publishing thing backwards and in high heels.

Here’s a link to its page on Amazon.