Well, it’s Monday, and I don’t know about where you are, but here it’s misting down a light rain over the icy slush from the weekend, so… yeah. Monday.
That said, I’ve got news of the ebook sort, and it’s a follow up to last years news of the ebook sort. Last year, the wonderful Matthew Bright put together Just Another Winter’s Tale, an anthology of seven wee holiday stories, and was kind enough to include “Dolph,” my queer re-telling of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Well, this year, he’s pulled together a dozen holiday stories for A Few More Winter Tales, which includes my queer re-telling of the Snow Queen, “Reflection.”
I know it’s live on the big-A (dot-com, dot-uk, and dot-ca), and it will be coming to Smashwords and Weightless, too, if you’d rather get yourself an e-pub. At any route, if you’re looking for some holiday tales (and maybe want to discover some new authors in the process), may I suggest A Few More Winter Tales?
An eclectic collection of winter and Christmas tales, from Venice to the streets of the sinister village St. Botolph in the Wolds, featuring work from twelve authors – ’Nathan Burgoine, Nick Campbell, Scott Claringbold, Sarah Caulfield, John Linwood Grant, Sacchi Green, Stephen M. Hornby, Gene Hult, Catherine Lundoff, Paul Magrs, Christopher Parvin and Anthony Townsend.