A big thanks to BookDragonGirl for the amazing review for The She-Wolf of Kanta. I’m so thrilled that she liked it so much! Go by and check out what she had to say, and I highly recommend subscribing to her site. Her book reviews are always so detailed!
The She-Wolf Of Kanta by Marlena Frank Releases April 17, 2018 Summary: “A pair of yellow eyes caught the moonlight and locked onto hers.” Mercy has always dreamed of becoming a werewolf trapper like her father. In Kanta, one must learn how to survive one way or another. A […]
Really it was excellent news to hear when I got back from vacation! To be fair, it looks like it got posted before we left, but I blame a whirlwind of activity (ie. work, last minute packing, boarding cats, etc.) for distracting me from the Ebook release of my short story, The Mysterious Disappearance of Charlene Kerringer. You can now pick it up exclusively on Kindle at $1.99. Just click on the big blue cover on the right.
If you’re more interested in anthologies than the single varieties, you can still pick up a copy of RealLies with all of its gorgeous cover artwork, available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or even from Zharmae directly.
But the awesome news just keeps on coming.
On top of this, I found out that over at The A P Book Club, run by two friends who are total book lovers, they recently posted a review of RealLies. Ashley even went through and gave individual reviews for each short story, and had some kind words to say about Charlene’s tale.
While it starts out like your typical detective story, it soon takes a sudden turn in a completely unexpected direction. Things get weird, but I actually enjoyed where they ended up.
If you would like to take a look at their full reviews, Ashley broke hers up into two parts. Paul also wrote a review, but didn’t include my story. It really is difficult to review every story in an anthology though. There are so many! Take a look at what they said, and also browse through their impressive review listing that stretches from My Little Pony and Transformers Prime to Two Boys Kissing and Skulk.
I guess it’s time to dive back into edits again. Doing some major changes on my Supernatural Western novel. Although I’m hoping to participate in NaNo in November, I’m thinking I might be stuck with edits instead of writing. Edits are supposed to be even more important than just producing though, right?
Check out some of the latest reviews for Rapunzel’s Daughters, published by Pink Narcissus Press!
Fiction Review: Rapunzel’s Daughters:
PNP: “Apparently the odds of having PW (one of the largest and most respected book publications) review a book by a small press is about 1 in 40. Looks like our book just beat the odds.”
Apparently this news got posted over at Pink Narcissus Press’ Facebook site while I was swamped with work earlier this week. Somehow I overlooked it.
Fiction Review: Rapunzel’s Daughters: And here’s what PNP had to say: “Apparently the odds of having PW (one of the largest and most respected book publications) review a book by a small press is about 1 in 40. Looks like our book just beat the odds.”
I am thrilled that a book I was fortunate enough to get published in got such a good review from a place like Publisher’s Weekly. I have to say congrats to all the authors and artists that got a special mention!