As promised, I’m back with a couple of announcements and other news.
I want to start by assuring those of you who have been waiting impatiently for Impaler to come out in print, that your wait will soon be over. Barring unforeseen problems, it will be available for purchase the beginning of next month. We’ll post updates as the time gets closer.
This next bit of news is more personal to me. I found out the end of last week that the bosses have given the green light, provisionally, for the sequel to Nocturnal Origins. What that means is they want to bring it out and the numbers are looking good. However, for me to write the book and have it done in time for it to come out when they want, I’m going to have to take time off from NRP. So, it would really be nice for my numbers to increase — while the image of the starving artist or writer is one we’re all familiar with, I like my Blue Bell ice cream and starving really isn’t something I want to do 😉 That means, I need your help. Tell your family and friends about Origins, if you liked it. As I’ve said before, you guys are our greatest promotional tool and we do appreciate all you do to spread the word.
Here is the tentative schedule for the rest of the year. I say tentative because there may be some shuffling of titles. There will also be some short stories and at least one more novel added to the list. However, just to give you an idea of what is coming, here you go:
- Here There Be Faeries (fantasy short story) by Stephen Simmons
- Without a Trace (fantasy middle grade novella) by Dave Freer
- Revocare (fantasy short story) by Leslie Fish
- Lawyers of Mars (science fiction novella) by Pam Uphoff
- The Flight of the Phoenix (fantasy novella) by Chris McMahon
- Blood Price (urban fantasy short story collection) by Sarah A. Hoyt
- A Deeper Silence (sf/f short story collection) by Charles Edgar Quinn
- The Calvanni (fantasy novel) by Chris McMahon
- Blackie (Pony Express short story) by James Snover
- Vengeance Mine (mystery novel) by Jenny Schall
- Short story collection — author to be announced shortly
- Firefight (novel) by Thomas Easton
- Quicksand (mystery novel) by C. S. Laurel
- Cat’s Paw (fantasy novel) by Robert A. Hoyt
- The South Shall Rise Again (romantic suspense novel with a touch of supernatural) by Ellie Ferguson
- A Flaw in Her Magic (urban fantasy adaptation of Mansfield Park) by Sarah A. Hoyt
- Short story, title to be determined, by Taylor M. Lunsford
- Five from the Past (short story collection) by Sarah A. Hoyt
- Halloween themed short stories
- Halloween short story collection
- Nocturnal Serenade (urban fantasy novel) by Amanda S. Green
- Holiday Collection by Robert A. Hoyt
- Scytheman (fantasy novel) by Chris McMahon
- ConVent (urban fantasy) by Kate Paulk
As noted above, we will be adding short stories to this schedule as well as at least one or two more novels. Check back over the next few weeks for blurbs and more information about these titles.