My chapbook, Magic, which pits Grange up against the shape-shifting terrors of the Wild Hunt, is now available in paperback at Amazon UK and Amazon US, courtesy of Demain Publishing.
April Showers, an exploration into sibling rivalry and loss, is now available in Aggregate Vol 1 published by Writerfield.com.
As explained in the foreword, the last story, A Night And A Morning, is written in collaboration with a GPT-2 language model trained and released by OpenAI. Interesting concept, which hopefully doesn’t mean I’ll be out of a job soon!
Canada – https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B084NWB7KD/
Ahead of the publication of the Aggregate anthology, the lovely people at Writerfield have made my story, April Showers, available on their website. AS is a story about sibling rivalry and puddles, while Aggregate is a collection of stories ‘at the intersection of science fiction and horror’ featuring a rather special author.
Here’s the link to my story if you fancy a five minute read, https://writerfield.com/april-showers/
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