Hey-o! It's the second Tuesday of the month, so that means the Bold Strokes Books titles that released this month, available at the BSB webstore since the first of the month in any format, are now available at your favourite e-tailer of choice! So happy other book birthday to "A Little Village Blend," my wee … Continue reading “A Little Village Blend” now available widely!
Hello! "A Little Village Blend" released on the Bold Strokes Books webstore today! (It'll go wide everywhere else on the 13th, don't worry!) Brilliant Cover from Inkspiral Design, yet again! According to Ivan’s sister Anya, Ivan’s tea leaves promise his perfect match is out there somewhere, just waiting to be swept off their feet. Ivan … Continue reading Back to the Village…
Brilliant cover art is, as always, from Inkspiral Design. Apparently, sometime last night or yesterday a switch got flipped and so today I have more news of the unexpected variety: A new book! Pre-order links are starting to populate, even. I found out about those links, by the way, because I woke up to awesome … Continue reading Cover Reveal: Three Left Turns to Nowhere
Cover by the brilliant Inkspiral Design. Given "Village Fool" released on the Bold Strokes Books website yesterday it occurred to me it might be a good time to revisit the entirety of the Village series of shorts and novellas in one place, in chronological order. Now, I worked hard to make sure you can read … Continue reading The Ever-Growing Village
Hello! I've still not 100% decided what I'll be doing this year with the blog re: short fiction, but a weekly check-in of some sort is in the cards, and so I'll start in that manner, at least. What I've Been Reading I've got a few anthologies and novellas on the go right now. I … Continue reading Sunday Shorts
Last year, the vast majority of my reading was short fiction, which was by design, as I’m really, really good at buying collections and anthologies and then a new anthology or collection comes out and repeat and suddenly I’ve read one story from eleven different books. This led to my Short Stories 366 Project last … Continue reading Audiobooks, 2020