News: September 2014

Rondo Allegro comes out September 9. This is 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.

Stranger (comes out mid-November) got a starred review from Kirkus, ending, A first-rate page turner that leaves its own compelling afterimage. Made us feel good!

The novella "Rule of Engagement" appears in the August issue of Lightspeed.

Recently published: Trade paperback, Lhind the Thief, A Posse of Princesses , and Sartor, sequel to Spy Princess, which is out in paperback from Viking, and Scholastic.

The all-women science fiction and fantasy anthology Athena's Daughters; my contribution is about old ladies who get powers, called "Commando Bats."

Finished: A Sword Named Truth, which is tentatively scheduled for July 2015. Working on Firejive, and a sequel to Lhind the Thief, working title, Lhind the Spy, and with Rachel Manija Brown, third book in the Change series, Rebel.

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