Shades of Amber has gone live today in Beneath Ceaseless Skies‘ 95th issue. It is a short story set in a world where vibrant color swirls upon the skin of every person and limited spectrums are looked down upon. This is my third professional publication :)
The other story in the issue is Margaret Ronald’s The Governess and the Lobster, so I’m in some very good company.
When I first summoned up the courage to begin submitting my stories instead of hiding them pointlessly in notebooks, Beneath Ceaseless Skies had only just started publishing a few months before.
At the time I set my sights on it because it was gorgeous (I’m a sucker for pretty) and was one of the mags that published a higher percentage of stories I enjoyed reading (go figure, since about 90% of what I write is . . . secondary world fantasy).
Luckily for me Scott Andrews never accepted any of those submissions because I’m a whole hellava lot prouder of the story he did just accept.
I’m super excited to announce that my short story “Shades of Amber” will be appearing in Beneath Ceaseless Skies!
This is also my third pro sale :)