LABYRINTHIAN: first look!

I wasn't going to launch into promo for this book until September, but whatever, it's almost September, and I want to. So here's the first chapter of Labyrinthian, which - recap - is coming out in January from Samhain Publishing. It's a (very, very loose) retelling of the myth of Theseus and the Minotaur IN... Continue Reading →

RAVENFALL excerpt: Chapter 1

As promised, here's the first chapter of Ravenfall, free to read. The Story So Far, by way of the back cover blurb: In exile from her home and her people, Turn – once Crow and psychopomp-in-training – is living among the mysterious Ravens, a people steeped in magic and forgotten history. Despite a period of... Continue Reading →

Long Hidden and my own uncovered story

[Note: Initially I got a few details wrong about which actual side of my husband's family some of this stuff is from; they're corrected now] Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of History is out today. You should get it, so here's where you can: Print ($19.95) ISBN-13: 978-0-9913921-0-0 Amazon Createspace Coming soon: Barnes... Continue Reading →

We See a Different Frontier – on sale now!

Basically what the post subject line says: We See a Different Frontier, the anthology of post-colonial SF that I'm lucky enough to be a part of, is now available in ebook and paperback formats. So far the book has gotten great buzz from critics. Publisher's Weekly (which calls my story "haunting"): Fernandes and al-Ayad, editors... Continue Reading →

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