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.
My story Sand-child is now available as a free read on Daily Science Fiction’s site.
“Sand-child”, my first professionally published short story, has been sent to all of Daily Science Fiction’s subscribers today.
It will be available to read for free on their webpage a week from now.
You can subscribe to Daily Science Fiction at their site to receive fiction straight to your inbox and can comment on the stories they publish on their facebook page.
Congratulations to the three winners for quarter 3 for Writers of the Future:
1st Place – William Mitchell of London, England
2nd Place – M.O. Muriel of Texas
3rd Place – Jacob A. Boyd of Oregon
Can’t wait to meet you all next April! :)
My short story, Sand-child, will be published in Daily Science Fiction on November 25, available to read that day for everyone on their mailing list. Later on their website for those not getting the stories to their inbox. I’m super excited because this will be my first pro publication, even though it’s technically not my first pro sale. Yay :)
Also, the RibbonSight Collection has been published in paperback and is now available for $13.99 through Amazon. It’s supposed to be $11.99, but I can’t figure out how to change it. Me = technologically unsavvy :(
Statues of the Sea Witch, originally published in Emerald Tales, has been re-published and is now available on Amazon, B&N and Smashwords for 0.99¢.
Statues of the Sea Witch
The god-blessed people of Malihei have never feared the sea–until now. Sariaf’s life is left in turmoil after another of the sea witch’s attacks, and he decides it is finally time to rid his village of her, regardless of the price he must pay.
This story was my very first fiction publication.