Tuesday, February 07, 2017
Of re-releases, short stories and books...
If you'd like to purchase a copy or read an excerpt, click here.
If you already bought Winter's Tales, you have this story in that anthology (along with 12 Days of Christmas Bondage and Winter Break. What can I say? I love the holidays!) While you're at it, check out Winter Break's new cover - again by Lynn. She does great work!
I hope you've been enjoying the First Friday Fiction! I've had fun writing these shorter stories and expect I'll keep going for a bit. At least through April (which means only two more stories for this bundle). They will all be released in ebook and print form come May, God willin' and the creek don' rise!
On an entirely different note: I mentioned before that I've been doing a lot of reading lately and thought I should keep track this year. This is something I do every other year or so as I remember. Since this is still the beginning of the year, I figured I'd better make note of what I've read to date. I'll add as the months go by. Yes, I realize some of you put me to shame, but this is still better than I've done in years (read this many books by the 6th week of the year, that is).
So, without further ado, I've read:
Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman, fantasy (enjoyed)
Red Rising by Pierce Brown, fantasy (a bit violent for my tastes, but good story)
Golden Sun by Pierce Brown, fantasy (2nd in the series; same as above)
Morning Star by Pierce Brown, fantasy (3rd in the series; might as well finish it off!)
Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson, fantasy (2nd time reading it, so you know I enjoyed it)
Well of Ascension by Brandon Standerson, fantasy (2nd in the series; 2nd time reading)
Hero of Ages by Brandon Sanderson, fantasy (3rd in the series; 2nd time reading)
Alloy of Law by Brandon Sanderson, fantasy (this starts the 2nd trilogy in the same universe)
Shadow of Self by Brandon Sanderson, fantasy (book 2 of the Wax and Wayne books)
Bands of Mourning by Brandon Sanderson, fantasy (book 3; liked the Mistborn series better)
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss, fantasy (grrrrr. 1st in a series with an unfinished story. I HATE that)
Border Bride by Amanda Scott, romance (took place in Elizabethan Britain; the author knew a lot about the time period and had to make sure she got in every single detail. Sigh.)
An even dozen. That's two a week, for those of you doing the math. I feel a bit lazy, but boy, am I relaxed! :)
So, go buy A Devil in Winter if you don't yet have it. Buy 12 Days of Christmas Bondage, buy Winter Break. Buy Winter's Tales to get all three. Aw, heck - go buy all my books! LOL