First off my next upcoming release is Duende the second story, after A Matter of Disagreement, in the Mechanical Universe series. Duende is scheduled to be released by Less Than Three Press on
Famed opera singer Aimé has a lot in common with Badri, the Royal Ballet
Company's most popular male lead. They have both dedicated their entire
lives to their art, and struggle to be taken seriously among the
Empire's elite. And both harbor a secret admiration and desire for the
This year for his birthday Aimé treats himself to a night at the ballet
seeing Badri perform, and after the show decides to meet Badri and
confess his admiration for Badri's skill. But when that first awkward
meeting turns to more, they are left wondering if there is room in their
lives for both career and romance...
Check it out here!
There will be a third story in the Mechanical Universe series, Winter's Bees ( posted an excerpt from a very early draft here), that is scheduled to be released February 2015.
I am also revising/expanding/re-editing two short stories I'd previously released this time a stand-alone novellas.
The new and revised version of Business Makes Strange Bedfellows is scheduled to be released by Less Than Three Press in October of 2014 just in time for Halloween!
If you haven't read this lesbian romance story set in 1890s New York City featuring hideous monsters of the deep, a scientist who enjoys trying to reanimate dead bodies and a dashing vampire detective October will be the time to do so. If you've already read it then you'll want to check it out again since I will be giving it a good polish and improving on some of the rough edges.
do not as yet have a release date.
Again you will definitely want to check out this story of haunting, demonic possession, dark magic, and incubus set in 1930s Dust Bowl Taxes. This is the first poly story I've ever written and I'm very pleased with the strong gothic horror/Southern gothic feel the story has.
Also in its original form The Possession of Lawrence Eugene Davis was a short story of about 12K. Since revising it I have more than doubled the length and in its second publication it will be respectable novella of over 30,000 words. So if you read it and enjoyed it the first time but wished it was longer you will be in luck!