One year ago tomorrow, Barbarian Crowns was published. It’s a sword and sorcery anthology from Barbwire Butterfly Books. I have two stories in Barbarian Crowns, “Vixen’s Song” and “Two Princes.”
It’s available through Amazon.
I [Photo by Ian Macdonald – pre-release publicity shot for Barbarian Crowns]
I also have stories in Supernatural Colorado (a mummy story, “Thank You, Thad”) and Sword and Sorceress #30 (“The Piper’s Wife,” about a woman who is neither shieldmaiden nor sorceress). Both of these anthologies are available in paperback or e-book.
Available in e-book only is Knee-High Drummond and the Durango Kid, a collection of western adventures and comedy.
R is for Renaissance Faire is a children’s book, an alphabetical journey through a RenFaire. Autographed copies will be available for sale at the the Mid-South Renaissance Faire, the last two weekends of August at Shelby Farms Park in Memphis, TN. Or you can buy it in paperback or as an e-book through Amazon.
Please excuse the shameless self-plugging, but in just over a week, I’ll have two teenagers in high school (he’ll be a senior, she’ll be a freshman) and I need to earn some college tuition money for them. That, and the pictures refused to download for the blog I had intended to do about the Tennessee Aquarium.