Blood Crimes my new story for the Pathfinder RPG setting has been released into the world, or at least has started showing up on Paizo’s Pathfinder Tales site. You can find it Here. Go read it, I’ll wait here.
Are you back? You probably noticed it was a serial release – they’ll be putting out a chapter a week for the next four weeks. Be sure to visit again each Wednesday to read the next thrilling chapter.
Likewise, head over to The Galaxy Express to read my contribution to Parallel Universe. The Literature of Hope hits a lot of the things that make Science Fiction Romance one of my favorite genres to read or write.
Keeping up with Appearances
In other news, this next week will see me at RWA, trying not to melt in the heat even while I work on knitting and learning. After that, it’s a trip to GenCon, where you’ll be able to find me in Author Avenue. Look me up and say hello!
As I mentioned previously, my short story “Blood Crimes” is going to be the featured serial on Paizo’s Pathfinder Web Fiction site – it’s a fun and gritty little tale of life on the streets in the undead-ruled kingdom of Geb, and features some characters who I really grew to like in the short time I spent with them, so I hope you enjoy it. The story is serialized in four parts, starting next week.
Speaking of my random tours of the Web, I am pleased to announce that I am participating in this year’s Parallel Universe – a blog party for writers of Science Fiction Romance hosted out at The Galaxy Express, and timed to coincide with RWA. My bit, “The Literature of Hope” will be posted the evening of the 24th, but I hope that you stop by every day and read the essays, since plenty of wiser heads than mine have been asked to contribute. Parallel Universe runs from tomorrow (20 July) through the end of the month.