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Two light, sweet fantasy short story reprints, “Continuing Education” and “8 rms full bsmt“, are now on sale. They will be sold exclusively at Book View Café through the month of October, and are available in both epub and mobi formats. After that, they’ll go wide wherever e-shorts are sold.

 

 

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October will be a busy month for contests and sales.

  • GIDEON is one of 25 ebooks you can enter to win at the Ultimate Horror Book and Prize Giveaway. Two lucky winners will get the ebooks, while one Grand Prize winner gets all the ebooks and a collection of classic horror novels along with matching Funko Pop figures. The contest runs through October 30th, with the winner to be chosen on Halloween.
  • CODE OF CONDUCT is one of more than 35 SF ebooks one lucky person can win, along with a Kindle Fire to read them on. Contest runs until 10/10. Enter here.
  • The first four Jani Kilian novels (CODE OF CONDUCT, RULES OF CONFLICT, LAW OF SURVIVAL, CONTACT IMMINENT) are being offered as a $9.99 bundle over at Book View Café. Sale end 10/11.
  • The ebook editions of GIDEON and JERICHO are on sale at all the usual outlets. GIDEON can be had for $3.99, JERICHO for $4.99. I don’t know how long the lower prices will be in effect, so grab them now.
  • And finally, on 10/4, a couple of my light, sweet fantasy short stories go on sale at Book View Café. They will be sold there exclusively through October, after which they’ll be available at Amazon and other outlets that sell short stories.

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MODERN FAE hits the shelves in early March. Buy many, many copies.

Originally posted by [livejournal.com profile] jpsorrow at MODERN FAE Chosen as "Waiting for Wednesday" Pick!
Hey, I ran across this (well, google alerts pinged me about it) today. Jessica at Book Sake chose The Modern Fae's Guide to Surviving Humanity as her "Waiting for Wednesday" pick of the week this week. Apparently, a group of readers pick one book that they're waiting to hit the shelves each Wednesday and then they can all check out what everyone else is waiting for. Thanks for the plug, Jessica!.



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To The Modern Fae's Guide to Surviving Humanity:

Introduction by Patricia Bray and Joshua Palmatier
"We Will Not Be Undersold" by Seanan McGuire
"Changeling" by Susan Jett
"Water-Called" by Kari Sperring
"The Roots of Aston Quercus" by Juliet E. McKenna
"To Scratch an Itch" by Avery Shade
"Continuing Education" by Kristine Smith
"How To Be Human™" by Barbara Ashford
"How Much Salt" by April Steenburgh
"Hooked" by Anton Strout
"Crash" by S. C. Butler
"Fixed" by J. M. Ward
"A People Who Always Know" by Shannon Page & Jay Lake
"The Slaughtered Lamb" by Elizabeth Bear
"Corrupted" by Jim C. Hines
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To The Modern Fae's Guide to Surviving Humanity:

Introduction by Patricia Bray and Joshua Palmatier
"We Will Not Be Undersold" by Seanan McGuire
"Changeling" by Susan Jett
"Water-Called" by Kari Sperring
"The Roots of Aston Quercus" by Juliet E. McKenna
"To Scratch an Itch" by Avery Shade
"Continuing Education" by Kristine Smith
"How To Be Human™" by Barbara Ashford
"How Much Salt" by April Steenburgh
"Hooked" by Anton Strout
"Crash" by S. C. Butler
"Fixed" by J. M. Ward
"A People Who Always Know" by Shannon Page & Jay Lake
"The Slaughtered Lamb" by Elizabeth Bear
"Corrupted" by Jim C. Hines

Snippet

May. 20th, 2011 11:19 am
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A snippet of my short story,"Continuing Education," is posted over at my website (thanks Ruta!):

Snippet

May. 20th, 2011 11:19 am
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A snippet of my short story,"Continuing Education," is posted over at my website (thanks Ruta!):
ksmith: (bouncing ball)
Available for pre-order, complete with a tale entitled "Continuing Education" by yours truly.
ksmith: (bouncing ball)
Available for pre-order, complete with a tale entitled "Continuing Education" by yours truly.
ksmith: (sean_smile)
"Continuing Education," to appear in THE MODERN FAE'S GUIDE TO SURVIVING HUMANITY (Eds. Patricia Bray & Joshua Palmatier). Published by DAW, to appear sometime in 2012.

::happy::
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"Continuing Education," to appear in THE MODERN FAE'S GUIDE TO SURVIVING HUMANITY (Eds. Patricia Bray & Joshua Palmatier). Published by DAW, to appear sometime in 2012.

::happy::
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...since I posted a snippet.

A set-up scene from "Continuing Education," a short story I'm working on between other things.

I rested my forehead against the window. Felt the soft heat of the autumn sun through the glass, and looked out over the Old Campus of Monckton College. The site dated from the 1880’s, a scatter of red brick piles topped by copper roofs gone antacid green with age. Trees closed in from all around, making the buildings look as though they had been constructed in clearings in a forest. The sugar maples had already turned vermilion, the oaks that dull green that would change eventually to gold. But it was still warm enough for shirtsleeves during the day, and the sky called to me in clear, cloudless blue.

“What the hell am I doing here?” I stared out at the brightness until my eyes watered, then returned to my chapter on viral marketing.
ksmith: (teashop)
...since I posted a snippet.

A set-up scene from "Continuing Education," a short story I'm working on between other things.

I rested my forehead against the window. Felt the soft heat of the autumn sun through the glass, and looked out over the Old Campus of Monckton College. The site dated from the 1880’s, a scatter of red brick piles topped by copper roofs gone antacid green with age. Trees closed in from all around, making the buildings look as though they had been constructed in clearings in a forest. The sugar maples had already turned vermilion, the oaks that dull green that would change eventually to gold. But it was still warm enough for shirtsleeves during the day, and the sky called to me in clear, cloudless blue.

“What the hell am I doing here?” I stared out at the brightness until my eyes watered, then returned to my chapter on viral marketing.

a snippet

Mar. 13th, 2010 08:14 pm
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From a short story I'm working on, title tbd:

I watched her walk away. Music poured out of doorways and passersby’s voices pressed from all sides and through it all the Stream continued to jabber and I told myself that I had misunderstood, that she couldn’t have said what I thought she said. She wore brown and black, slivers of dark consumed by the Friday night brightness, like bits of wood by a flame.

a snippet

Mar. 13th, 2010 08:14 pm
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From a short story I'm working on, title tbd:

I watched her walk away. Music poured out of doorways and passersby’s voices pressed from all sides and through it all the Stream continued to jabber and I told myself that I had misunderstood, that she couldn’t have said what I thought she said. She wore brown and black, slivers of dark consumed by the Friday night brightness, like bits of wood by a flame.
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...here's a link to Strange Horizon's 2009 Fund Drive.

Another market do which I have never submitted. I do want to try, though. Someday, I will get my act together where short fiction is concerned.
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...here's a link to Strange Horizon's 2009 Fund Drive.

Another market do which I have never submitted. I do want to try, though. Someday, I will get my act together where short fiction is concerned.
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Incident on a Small Colony is now available on my website, for reading or download, Creative Commons license and all that. I like this story, and I'd like it to be read.

That is all.
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Incident on a Small Colony is now available on my website, for reading or download, Creative Commons license and all that. I like this story, and I'd like it to be read.

That is all.

Misspelled

Mar. 31st, 2008 07:23 pm
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Misspelled, which contains my light fantasy story "8 rms, full bsmt," officially hits the shelves tomorrow.

It also contains stories by [livejournal.com profile] jimhines, [livejournal.com profile] connerybeagle's Dogmom, and Kristen Britain, among many others.

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