Stranger comes out on the 13th. It got a starred review from Kirkus, ending, A first-rate page turner that leaves its own compelling afterimage. Made us feel good! An early interview about Stranger at Ensconced in Lit. More review links as they appear.
We are getting the sequel, Hostage, ready for publication--this one ups the stakes exponentially.
Published in September: Rondo Allegro, a historical romance that begins in Naples, and takes my heroine to post-revolutionary France. She ends up at the battle of Trafalgar (which women indeed were involved in) and after tackling war, she tackles marriage.
My co-writer on Stranger, Rachel Manija Brown, and I are going to be Guests of Honor at ConDFW in Dallas, Texas, Feb. 13-15, 2015.
Working on: Lhind the Spy, and (working title) Firejive, which comes after A Sword Named Truth. This latter, I hope, should be trundling its way toward publication in July. I saw preliminary sketches for the cover art when I was in New York last month. Awesome! Also, with Rachel Manija Brown, third book in the Change series, Rebel
The novella "Rule of Engagement" appears in the August issue of Lightspeed.
The all-women science fiction and fantasy anthology Athena's Daughters; my contribution is about old ladies who get powers, called "Commando Bats."
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