I’m pleased to announce that I have a new short story out today, a high tech science fiction tale called “X and Y,” in Compelling Science Fiction Issue 5.
If you love hard science fiction (i.e. science fiction with a strong focus on technology), make sure to check out all their stories in Issue 5, as well as their back issues.
A crime short story I wrote set in the Old West, “The Price of an Outlaw,” has just been published by Over My Dead Body! The Mystery Magazine Online. I am hoping that this is only the first of many stories published about Will Bearman.
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For those of you in the United States, I wish you a pleasant Labor Day.
This is just a quick note that the short story A Maze of Cubicles is available to download for free from various e-bookstores. You can click here to find a partial list of stores.
Also, student Cheska Ibasan has posted an interview she did with me a few weeks ago, which included advice for young writers. Click here to visit her blog if you wish to read it.
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Hello! I hope you are all well. I have some publishing news to relate this week.
The 2nd edition of Soul Cages under my new pen name of Lynn Kilmore got pushed up in the publishing queue, and both the e-book and print versions have now been released. I’ve gone and updated the Soul Cages info page with the 2nd edition links. The novel is being released not only to bookstores, but also to subscription services such as Scribd and Oyster. I’m told it’ll also be going out to Google Play in a few weeks. I’ll add the Google Play link once I know what it is.
Everything under the Lynn Kilmore pen name has been released to Oyster and Scribd, so you will be able to find them there as well as at bookstores. Also, I’ve been promised that print editions of Tales from the Threshold and Cubicles, Blood, and Magic will be released later this year.
Because the trade paperback of Soul Cages got done weeks earlier than I expected, I get to announce something I’ve been looking forward to:
Parallels/Writer’s Flight (two short stories) are now available for free from various e-bookstores (click here for some of the links where you can get the e-book for free). If it isn’t priced to free at your favorite retailer, notify them of the free price at other e-bookstores and they should match it.
I hope you all have a joyous week.
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Quick double post this week. First up, publishing stuff.
Well, it’s turned out that various changes got pushed through during the 4th of July weekend. Second editions of A Maze of Cubicles and Tales from the Threshold will begin appearing in e-bookstores later this week. We hope to get JPEGs of the updated covers to post here soon.
Also, various short stories that will not be converted over to the Lynn Kilmore name are starting to get pulled down by some vendors now. I’m told it’ll take a few weeks for them to go off sale everywhere, but it has begun this month so that they will be no longer available by September 1st.
We’re going to try to get things updated here on the website so that most of the dead links for those short stories get removed. My apologies for any dead links you encounter.
Next up, a post about KC. Stay tuned, Lynn
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