Posts Tagged ‘Short Stories’

The King’s Dragon!

Friday, February 18th, 2011

My short story, The King’s Dragon is live at Heroes and Heartbreakers. You can read it for free (registration required) at the H&H website. Go read it and let me know what you think. Comments here or there would be pretty awesome. I’d love to know what you think.

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Announcement, Good News and a Story coming your way

Monday, February 14th, 2011

MacMillan, which as you may know, does the Tor.com website, has launched a publisher-neutral Romance website called Heroes and Heartbreakers. The site is live today, Monday February 14. Full disclosure: I’m going to be blogging for them from time to time and I’ve also written a short story for them called The King’s Dragon. You can read the teaser today, by the way. Check out the awesome artwork!

I’ll tease you a little more about the story. It’s set in a Fantasy world in which humans and a race of elves don’t exactly get along anymore. The hero is a half-breed and a warrior, terribly scarred. I think you’ll love this story and hope you’ll take a look at the teaser and admire the beautiful artwork. When the story is released on the website, you’ll need to register at the site to read it. The story rocks, people. It really does. I LOVED writing it. I’ll post to the blog when it’s live, of course.

The website has some pretty awesome content — there are excerpts of upcoming books from Eloisa James, Lisa Kleypas and Cat Adams, as well as stories, blogs and contests. Check it out. I think it’s going to be a great community for readers who love romance.

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Free Read! Regency Historical, Moonlight.

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Am still recovering from a cold, but after sleeping most of the day, I’m feeling a bit better.

The news today is that I have posted my Regency Historical short story, Moonlight on my website along with the wonderful artwork I commissioned from Seamas Gallagher. You can read the entire story at the link above, or you can download a pdf without the artwork.

The story (but not the artwork) is licensed under a creative commons license, non-commercial, no derivatives. This means you are free to download it, copy it to any devices you like and give it away to friends, family or even strangers. You can even post it at your own website. If you repost, make sure you credit me as the author and provide a link back to my website. You can’t sell or re-sell the story and you can’t modify it. Easy!

Let me know if you have any trouble with the page or the file or what have you. I hope you enjoy reading it!

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In Which I am a Terrible Tease

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

As some of you may know, I have a story in the anthology, The Mammoth Book of Regency Romance which will be out soon. I have the digital rights to that story and will be making it available for download at some contractually acceptable point in time (this year). I have commissioned some artwork to go with the story and I must tell you all right now that, having seen only the rough, it is amazing. You will want to read my story the minute you see this lovely gorgeous work.

Watch this space . . .

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Too excited not to share!

Friday, May 7th, 2010

As many of you know, I doing some FREE short stories set in my Mages and Demons paranormal world. I’m sooooo close to having the first one ready.

To that end, I found an AMAZING artist who did this for me:

Artwork depicting Telos, a demon hero

My Hero

The artist is Seamas Gallagher.

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A wee Bit of Good News

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

As many of you may know, I will be doing some short stories set in my Paranormal world of demonkind and magekind. I’m getting close to having the first one ready to go. The exciting news is that I found the most amazing talented artist who will be doing something cool and awesome that will accompany the short story when it goes out into the world, free! So watch this space, and or sign up for my newsletter so you can get the story when it’s ready.

In other news, The Next Paranormal is going pretty well. Interesting things are cropping up.

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