Acceptance at Arcane Arts

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My new story, “The Twelfth Witch,” has been accepted for the Arcane Arts-themed anthology being edited by Kai Herbertz. It will appear alongside authors including A.H. Archer, Michelle Proulx, Danielle E. Shipley, Ariana Tiens, Paula Maria de Carvalho, and
Katharina Gerlach. The book will be available in both English and German editions. A December publication date is planned.

 

A Good Month

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Happy to report three acceptances so far this Fall. Look for “Mémé” (to appear soon in the Latchkey Tales anthology, “Clockwise: The Darkest Hour” from Solarwyrm Press,  “Considerations of Having Royalty As Namesake” in Kelly Ann Jacobson’s Dear Robot: An Anthology of Epistolary Science Fiction, and “Raised By Wolves” appearing in the November Bloodbond from Alban Lake Publishing.

Miranda of Daris – Book 2 of Dragon Stead

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It’s finally here! Book two of my YA SF series, Dragon Stead. Book one, “Erenarch Academy: Under the Dragon Banner” from World Castle Publishing, introduced the world of Sigma Draconis star system. Book two follows the adventures of Network Command warrior Miranda Powers as she fights for the capital planet of Erenarch.

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Miranda Powers is the no-holds-barred martial arts and strategy instructor at Erenarch Academy, the most prestigious boarding school in Dragon Stead solar system. From Miranda’s beginnings as a street urchin on the backward planet of Daris, through her adventures as an interplanetary warrior for Network Command, she plays a key role in helping Erenarch resolve the long-running war with Farana.

Available for pre-order from Amazon now. Get it immediately when it is released on February 15!

Miranda of Daris is in Press

I’ve spent the last several days going over the first edits of my new YA science fiction book, Miranda of Daris, with Maxine Bringenberg, editor at World Castle Publishing. It’s exciting to have another one in the works.

I wrote Miranda over a year ago, and I still like it, but I notice that my writing has matured a bit since then. I still have a tendency to “telescope” stories and need to keep working at slowing down the pacing. That’s one disadvantage of having been a journalist. We tend to get to the point entirely too quickly. Not everything is a Dr. Who marathon.

Meanwhile, I continue the search for a literary agent to represent my latest sf/fantasy novel.

Update: Miranda is scheduled for publication on February 15, 2015. You can preorder copies for Kindle on Amazon to get it as soon as it is released!