Two New Releases!

Food on Their Table (Dystopian Horror / Medical Thriller) The Habitat is the last bastion of humanity in a world destroyed by war and climate change. All aspects of life are tightly stratified and controlled, from what people read to what they eat. Every human being is also a resource, assigned to tasks that best […]

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Author Spotlight: Showdown by Diane Morrison

Pleased to appear in Renee Scattergood’s Author Spotlight!  You can read the full article here.  (Hint: there’s a character interview with Graeme Walsh, and he reveals a bit more about his world than you’ve seen in either one of the books yet.)

Read the full article at Renee Scattergood’s blog.

The Wyrd West Chronicles are available on Amazon now!

Hey! Did you know that if you sign up for my newsletter, you can get Showdown for free?  You know ya wanna!

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Vice & Virtue is Live, but Don’t Buy it Yet!

Ack! I see that I have mistakenly uploaded the backup file when I went to pre-order, so if you buy Vice & Virtue right now, you will end up with half a book!  I submitted the changes, and it already says it’s publishing, so give it a few hours and I’m sure it will all be as right as rain!  Sorry for the inconvenience!

 

UPDATE: You may now resume giving me your money. 😉  The issue is fixed!  As a special bonus, if you have not yet picked up Showdown (Wyrd West Chronicles #1) then I even managed to fix a minor issue I had with the Table of Contents while I was adjusting the formatting in Vice & Virtue anyway.  If you already bought it, I think you can just download an update without having to spend any more money.

BUT!  Did you know that you can get Showdown for free for signing up to my newsletter?  So seriously, why wouldn’t you? 😉

 

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“The Guns Above” Author Robyn Bennis on Imagined Technology

I won’t pretend that the technology in The Guns Above was easy to imagine. I spent months working out the details and checking them against real-world analogues. A thousand cool and exciting ideas were cut down in their prime, excised by the cruel blade of reality, because I wanted tech that would pass the test of the hard-fantasy reader. I wanted an airship you could build yourself, with enough money and no more than one or two alterations to the laws of physics.

Read the full article at Unbound Worlds.

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