Let me start out by once again thanking everyone who submitted either short stories or novels to us in November. We received quite a few submissions and it was difficult to choose exactly which ones to sign. However, our editorial board was up to the task and contracts have been sent out and returned. Now I have the pleasure of announcing the schedule for the first quarter of 2011 as well as some of the titles we will be publishing later this year.
The e-arc for Dave Freer’s YA novella, Without A Trace, is already available for purchase.
A Deeper Silence, a collection of short stories by Charles Edgar Quinn.
Legion, a short story by Dave Freer and Kate Paulk.
Lawyers of Mars by Pam Uphoff.
Short story collection by Dan Hoyt, title to be announced later.
Death of a Musketeer by Sarah D’Almeida. This is the first of the Musketeer Mysteries and has never appeared in digital format. We are very pleased to be able to add this title to our catalog and to announce that we will be offering later this year The Musketeer’s Confessor, a new book in the series.
We will also offer an as yet to be determined short story or two this month.
Impaler by Kate Paulk. A mix of alternate history, historical mystery and a new take on the Dracula myth. This is the follow-up novel to Kate’s novella, Born in Blood.
Hunter’s Moon by Ellie Ferguson is a mix of urban fantasy and romance.
Blood Ransom, a short story collection by Sarah A. Hoyt.
Last, but certainly not least, we will be offering our own irreverent take on St. Patrick’s Day, much in the vein of Robert Hoyt’s Christmas Campaign.
The Great Flying Saucer Conspiracy by Tom Easton. Tom will be doing a guest blog for us later this month complete with information about the book and a giveaway.
An as yet to be titled short story collection by Dave Freer.
Want, a short story by Jay Caselberg that came to us during our November submission period.
Skipping Stones, a short story by Darwin Garrison that also came to us during the November submission period.
Revocare, a short story by Leslie Fish that was submitted to us during November.
Here There Be Faeries, a short story by Stephen Simmons that came to us also during the November submission period.
There will be at least one novel added to the lineup. We’ll announce which title as soon as possible.
Among the titles we’ll be offering the second half of the year are the following:
The Musketeer’s Confessor by Sarah D’Almeida. This is a new title in the Musketeers Mysteries and we are very excited to be able to offer it to you.
Firefight by Tom Easton will be published in August.
Tiltamouse is Hunger, a YA novella by Sarah A. Hoyt.
Vengeance Mine, a mystery by Jenny Schall that is also a product of the November submission period.
ConVent by Kate Paulk.
Robert A. Hoyt’s holiday collection which includes Christmas Campaign.
These are just a few of the titles we’ll be bringing you over the next year. As new titles are added, we’ll let you know.