Things are Proceeding…

On several fronts, actually. Just turned in my edits for Jo’s time-travel adventure “It’s…Complicated” which will appear in Lightships and Sabers from Wolfsinger Publications next month. I can hardly wait. There are some great people in this anthology. And I love the cover:

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It is currently scheduled for an April 18th release.

I’ve also been working on my story for Ghosts, Gears, and Grimoires. Nothing like pushing the deadline, is there? I’m enjoying it so far, but it is something different…a story told from Alistair’s point-of-view. It isn’t first person, but we get a little insight into the good professor.

Here’s a taste:

“Good lord! Is she serious?” Alistair Conn let the ivory invitation card fall from his hand to the kitchen table with a theatrical groan.

Josephine Mann snatched up the heavy card and scanned it eagerly. “Oh, Alistair…a séance! It sounds like such fun.”

“Honestly, Jo? Don’t you start too. It’s bad enough that Mother believes she’s found herself a haunted house without you bolstering her delusions.”

“Leonora is the least deluded person I have ever met. If she says there is a ghost in her house, then there is one.”

“Ghosts do not exist.”

“If you say so, Alistair.” Her meek acquiescence was suspicious to say the least.

 

I also got word today about something special that is in the works. Can’t wait to share, but not until it is done.

I’ve seen a few items from the CafePress store now, and they look really nice.

I’ve almost finished my part for Marc Gunn on the Pirates Vs. Dragons Kickstarter project, so my calendar should be clear to get The Marvelous Mechanical Man back up soon.

 

About RieSheridanRose

Rie Sheridan Rose multitasks. A lot. Her short stories appear in numerous anthologies, including Nightmare Stalkers and Dream Walkers Vols. 1 and 2,  and Killing It Softly. She has authored eight novels, six poetry chapbooks, and lyrics for dozens of songs. She tweets as @RieSheridanRose.
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