I’m thrilled to have a short story published in the latest issue of Uncanny Magazine! You can read it on the website, or purchase the entire issue as an ebook. (Kindle|Weightless Books) THE LAMPS THEREOF ARE FIRE AND FLAMES The second queen forbade any telling of tales or writing of …
I have a new short story up at The Hanging Garden: CUT HER OUT IN LITTLE STARS Three sisters fell in love with a star. (This is not quite true. But wait and listen to my story.) They lived very near the edge of the world, where the rivers run …
Want an early copy of Crimson Bound? There’s a Goodreads giveaway running now through April 3. Five copies available! It’s healthy AND delicious!
Mark your calendars! The paperback edition of CRUEL BEAUTY will be out on April 7, and it will include a teaser for CRIMSON BOUND. Amazon | Barnes & Noble | IndieBound
Thanks to 8tracks, you can now hear the music I listened to while writing Cruel Beauty.
I have a new short story up at The Hanging Garden: OF THE DEATH OF KINGS They like their princesses buried, in this kingdom. Some kingdoms encase them in crystal, others sink them in pools, still others leave them lying on silk-draped beds. But here in Sendrava, they bury their …
For just $1.99, you can buy an ebook of CRUEL BEAUTY. The sale is for Kindle, Nook, iBooks, and Google Play. It’s cheaper than a latte! Also less caffeinated, but there’s more kissing.
You can now pre-order a signed copy of CRIMSON BOUND from Waucoma Bookstore. They’re a wonderful independent bookstore in Hood River, Oregon, and they really deserve your support. And yes, you can get your copy not only signed but also personalized!
My latest piece is up at The Hanging Garden! (And it’s my last one for this year.) Our theme for this round was urban legends, and I wrote Don’t Look — a story about friendship and being scared of the dark.
It’s finally here! You can see the gorgeous CRIMSON BOUND cover on the Epic Reads blog. (If you’re wondering–the reason why that post calls it a “companion novel” to CRUEL BEAUTY is that they’re both similar fairytale fusions. They’re not set in the same world.)