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You can now buy a book with a story by me in it!

51le-xafxfl-_sx331_bo1204203200_My short story “Life and Death in the Frozen City” has now been published in a real book that you can really buy!

The story is about a traveler who has to survive on an occupied planet where gender is binary and It’s part of FUTURISTICA 1, an anthology of really great scifi stories I still can’t believe I’ve really been included in.

It’s especially “wait, is this really happening?” for me because “Life and Death in the Frozen City” was the first original short story I ever wrote, about 7-8 years ago, and the version in my final draft from that time is almost identical to the one in the book. I’m a very different writer these days, but I still love that story, and am so, so happy to be able to share it with people at last.

You can get FUTURISTICA on Amazon, Smashwords, Kobo and Barnes & Noble.

And of course, if you do end up picking it up, please consider leaving a review on Amazon or Goodreads. (As a reviewer I am… ridiculously excited about the possibility of there being reviews of something I wrote.)

Upcoming short story publication

I am so (so!) excited to announce that a short story of mine will be published in the first half of 2016!

The story is called “Life and Death in the Frozen City”, I wrote it many, many years ago, for an anthology on prostitution in science fiction, and only recently decided to try to send out to publishers again.

Happily, it was accepted! It will be published in April, in the anthology FUTURISTICA, VOLUME ONE.

I am pretty much overjoyed by this, as this is both the first short story I wrote as an adult, and the first story I’ve ever managed to sell to a publication.

Watch this space for further details in the coming months!