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What’s New -  January 2014

 

Janet Morris has invited me to submit a story to her upcoming fantasy anthology titled HEROICA: The Dragon Eaters.

 

The Sha’Daa series has has moved to a new publisher, with plans to re-release the series early this year. March will see the reissue of Sha’Daa: Last Call, and features the original uncut version of my story Deathstalk. This will be followed by Sha’Daa: Pawns either April or May. Pawns includes my story The Saglek Incident. Both reprints will have new covers, which I will post when available.

What’s New -  April 2014

 

The 2nd (and revised) edition of Sha’Daa: Tales of the Apocalypse, from the recently formed Moondream Press, is now available from Amazon.com

 

Sha’Daa: Last Call has been pushed back a couple of months, as has Sha’Daa: Pawns.

 

Dreamers in Hell, from Perseid Press, is available in Kindle and book versions from Amazon.com and Amazon.ca.

 

Next up from the Heroes in Hell series will be Poets in Hell.

What’s New -  May 2014

 

The 2nd, revised edition of Sha’Daa: Last Call, from Moondream Press, is now available from Amazon.com

 

Sha’Daa: Last Call features my story Deathstalk, a tale of demonic horror aboard the Canadian frigate HMCS Toronto.

 

Next up from Moondream Press will be the 2nd edition release of Sha’Daa: Pawns.

 

Love those new covers...

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What’s New -  June 2014

 

I am please to announce my short story Hell-Hounds has been accepted for publication in the upcoming Poets in Hell, the next volume of the HUGO award winning series Heroes in Hell. Hell-Hounds is the tale of  Marconi, Bell and Meucci running afoul of some four legged, nasty creatures while installing Cable TV. Will they survive? And could the arrival of Snorri Sturluson and one yarn-spinning, sword swinging Bob Howard turn the tide?