Today, the Kickstarter campaign for Alternate Hilarities starts. Please help Strange Musings Press get to its goal of $1100 to fund the publication of the print edition of the anthology.
You can do that here!
There are several ‘pledge levels’ (starting from only $1) and they all have associated rewards. For example…
Pledge $12 or more:
Paper Backer Level – Here you get a printed copy of Alternate Hilarities and your name in the Thanks to our Contributors section of book in 14 point type. (Estimated delivery: May 2014. Add $10 USD to ship outside the US)
Here is the cover art for the forthcoming anthology of SF/fantasy/horror humour stories, which will include my short story “Small Change”.
My novelette, “The Masterless”, is set in feudal Japan and abounds with samurai warriors of both the human and canine kind…
US readers can find the anthology here for Kindle and here for Nook.
UK readers, here for Kindle.
Also available on Kobo, and the iBookstore version will follow very soon. The print edition should be released within a few weeks.
Here is the beautiful cover for Hero’s Best Friend, which will feature my novelette “The Masterless”.
The publisher says: “Featuring 20 tales, from 21 authors, the new anthology features a spectrum of sub-genres in speculative fiction, but all of them contain the common element of a focus upon animal companions. Hero’s Best Friend will be available in eBook format at the end of the first week of February, with the print version to follow one week afterward.”
“Mark of the Warrior” is one of this reviewer’s stand-out tales here at workadayreads.com.
I’m thrilled that my fantasy/humour story “Small Change” has been picked up by Strange Musings Press for their Alternate Hilarities anthology, which is slated for release early 2014. Set in Glasgow, the tale features a cheeky wee creature of myth – hopefully it should tickle a laughing muscle or two.
Click here to see a very favourable review of Thunder on the Battlefield: Sorcery, by writer/editor/reviewer Scott M. Sandridge.
As part of the Virtual Tour for the Thunder on the Battlefield anthologies, my Guest Post is up at Beauty in Ruins. Click here to learn a bit about my inspiration for the story – and the concerns I had soon after I’d submitted it to editor James Tuck…
Beginning on the 30th September is a Virtual Tour (presented by Tomorrow Comes Media) to help promote and spread the word about both volumes of Thunder on the Battlefield. I’ve had the honour of writing a guest post which will be up at Beauty in Ruins on the 3rd of October, in which I’ll be talking a bit about (among other things) the inspiration for “Mark of the Warrior”. Be sure to check it out, as well as the many other guest posts, interviews and reviews.
Here’s the latest review for Thunder on the Battlefield: Sorcery at bookpushers.com. I’m touched…