Today is the soft launch of Rumors of Merzai. I am still dealing with disagreements between my hardcover image and IngramSpark, so at this time, only paperback and digital forms are available.
Rumors of Merzai: The Erotic Companion to Chains of Merzai features a collection of sultry vignettes that take place between the events of Chains of Merzai. An assortment of short chapters filled with love, lust, and several flavors of debauchery grace its pages, and every encounter is queer. An ePub is already available on Patreon for those in the Speaker and Architect tiers. 18+ only. Currently available on Kindle, in paperback on Amazon, and for wholesale purchase at IngramSpark. Digital copies will be available within the next two weeks on other digital platforms, and gods willing, in hardcover, too.
Thanks to my recurring eye issues, I completely missed the announcement for Bubble Literary Magazine’s release of its first issue!
I already adore this wonderful, weird new magazine and the stories within, and am delighted to share that “Cheddar” made the wonderful, weird cut and finally found a home.
Check out Bubble and the short fiction and poetry. The 2nd issue is on its way, which gives other writers a chance to polish their work before the subs open for issue 3 and readers to subscribe to share in the delight.
After much anticipation (at least from my patrons),my first children’s book, The Corvid and the Calico is now available in multiple formats–including hardcover! While it’s currently available now at Barnes & Noble and Amazon in hardcover, paperback, and digital. I will soon have signed copies and .epub available on Etsy, and I’m in discussions with independent bookstores about carrying this title in their stores..
Two familiars discover their witch has been stolen from his bed. Nutmeg, a cantankerous cat, and Bristle, an excitable young raven, must learn to work together to travel far from home, thwart a mysterious enemy, and reunite their family.
A heartwarming tale about found family with illustrations by Luis Silva. Recommended for ages 7 and up.