“True North” free for limited time on Kindle!

My story “True North” is free for a limited time on Kindle. You can download it here (US) and here (Canada). Please download a free copy and leave a review. I would really appreciate it!

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Two rangers hunt down a damaged climate control drone through the frozen, post-apocalyptic tundra of Northern Canada. True North was first published in the Aurora-nominated 49th Parallels anthology by Bundoran Press (2017), and is now available as a standalone short story.

My story “Ars Poetica” now available on Kindle

My story “Ars Poetica“, which received a Writers of the Future silver honorable mention, and was published by Abyss & Apex, is available now on Kindle. From the Amazon description:

Rook is a military poet tasked with ferreting out human-like “bug” impostors. When her poetry notebook falls into enemy hands, Rook has to track an escaping bug through the ruins of an old city, or risk annihilation of the surviving human colonies.

You can find it here. Also, I need reviews, so if you are a reviewer and want a copy, let me know!

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I hope you get a chance to read it, and if you do, please let me know what you thought!

“Sanctuary” anthology free for download!

The “Sanctuary” anthology from tdotSpec Inc is free for download for the next four days through Amazon Kindle. You can download it free here!

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A speculative fiction anthology on the theme of “Sanctuary”.This is an experimental anthology, produced in a single day of writing and editing. It usually takes about a year to produce an anthology. We wondered what would happen if we tried to do it in a single day. This anthology is the result of that experiment.

Imps & Minions available now!

The Imps & Minions anthology, featuring SFF stories by 34 authors, and published by tdotSpec Inc, is now available as eBook and paperback!

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Imps & Minions explores the lives of the little guys of villainry, with 34 tales dedicated to servile underlings, mooks, henchmen, pawns, scamps and rapscallions. Whether it’s Riznax, the little imp who falls in love with his master’s library of ancient tomes, or the poor troll suffering the aftermath of a fairy tale, or the machine programmed to defend her overlord with every microchip in her chassis—in Imps & Minions, they all take center stage. The stories range in tone from whimsical and lighthearted to dark and tragic, and span the genres of fantasy, science fiction, horror, and “superhero”, with a few that are harder to classify. Collectively, they provide diverse looks at the complex and multi-faceted lives of imps, minions, and villainous underdogs of all stripes. Above all, they are compelling tales that show us the trials and tribulations of a colourful cast of characters normally relegated to the background—this is Imps & Minions, and these are their stories.

I hope you check it out!