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“N is for…” Published in B is for Broken Anthology

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I’m a bit behind in announcing this, but I’ve had another story published.  This time I can’t share the whole title. You may remember back when I had a story (“Y is for…”) published in Rhonda Parrish’s A is for Apocalypse anthology.  I’m back again in another Parrish anthology–this time with “N is for…” in her B is for Broken anthology.

The idea for this series of anthologies is so great.  Each one of us authors was given a letter and we each wrote stories around those letters, all dealing in some form or another with the theme of ‘broken’.  My story is an urban fantasy tale dealing with the good and bad side of magic, as well as the good and bad sides of ourselves.

So here’s a bit more information and you can pick up a copy of the anthology HERE.

Thanks for reading!


Broken people, broken promises, broken dreams and broken objects are just some of the ways these 26 fantastic stories interpret the theme of ‘Broken’. From science fiction to fantasy, horror to superheroes the stories within these pages cover a vast swath of the genres under the speculative fiction umbrella.

 

Featuring all new original fiction by:

 

~ Brittany Warman ~ Milo James Fowler ~ C.S. MacCath ~ Sara Cleto ~ Samantha Kymmell-Harvey ~ Megan Arkenberg ~ Gary B. Phillips ~ Alexandra Seidel ~ Jonathan C. Parrish ~ Simon Kewin ~ Beth Cato ~ Cory Cone ~ Cindy James ~ Alexis A. Hunter ~ Michael M. Jones ~ Steve Bornstein ~ BD Wilson ~ Michael Kellar ~ Damien Angelica Walters ~ Marge Simon ~ Michael Fosburg ~ Suzanne van Rooyen ~ L.S. Johnson ~ Pete Aldin ~ Gabrielle Harbowy ~ Lilah Wild ~ KV Taylor ~

 


 

 

Praise for B is for Broken:

 “This collection is a massive and magnificent assortment of truly enjoyable stories. There is simply no way to read this book and not find a story you can connect with or love. This is the book to have in your travel bag. In it you are sure to find a tale to fit any mood. Each time you open it, a new adventure begins.”

~ Anita Allen, Assistant Publisher/Editor, Mythic Delirium Books

 

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