| Don't expect earth-shaking news, as my life is generally mundane. But for those who'd like to keep up . . .
here's what's new with me.
My Latest News "flash"...My latest novels are now available! Look for my fantasy quest novel with dragons and a magic stone, "Tale of the Black Heart" published by The Fantasy Writers Asylum, an imprint of Yard Dog Press.
Also available from Yard Dog is the latest in the Four Redheads of the
Apocalypse series, "The Four Redheads: Wrath of Satan." Satan is out to
change the game with a little murder in her plan. Also from The Fantasy
Writers Asylum is a new world-hopper series, written with Julia S.;
Mandala. In the first book, "Gateway to Corimar," five teenagers
accidentally transport themsevles to the magical world of Corimar where
their troubles are a lot more than trying to get home. The whole world
is spinning out of balance and into chaos.
These new titles are also availlable on Amazon and Kindle. Find Tale of the Black Heart, Wrath of Satan and Gateway to Corimar here.
"Redheads in Love," a sequel in the Four Redheads of the Apocalypse series will be available from Yard Dog Press
in February of 2012. The premise, if the gals can find a suitable
husband, they can pass their jobs over to them. While it's a romantic
comedy, Bunny's ways of seeking the perfect man to be War isn't exactly
standard. And wait until you see who all she has competing for her
hand, it's a veritable list of who's who in history and in acting.
I have a story coming out in "The Anthology from Hell" to be released by Yard Dog Press
in February of 2012. The anthology contains stories based on some Hell
cliche. My story, "Snowball's Chance in Hell" is about an artic hare
named Snowball . . . looking for a warmer place for the winter.
The 4 Redheads in: Apocalypse Now!
is now available from Yard Dog Press as well as from Baen Books as an
E-book. It's the sequel to the chapbook. And for those who enjoy the
new horsewomen, we're starting work on yet another novel, tenatively
titled Redheads in Love that should be out early 2012.
And In Older News...
Esther Freisner's anthology, Fangs for the Mammories,
is available in book stores. It contains humorous
stories of vampires living in suburbia. My story deals with a vampire
who's a model citizen
and coffin model by day, only to find out a monster hunter has moved
into the neighborhood.
I have zombie stories in these two anthologies: Through the Eyes of the Undead, available from Library of the Living Dead, and in Monster Mash, available from Pill Hill Press.
the anthology edited by Esther Freisner came out in October, 2009. So find my werewolf in
suburbia story there. My werewolf is looking for love among furry
fandom. Hey, where better to find someone with a fur fetish?