My latest short story (The Orchid) will make its appearance later this week in April Grey's Hell's Garden collection of short stories.
- Round and Round the Garden by Jonathan Broughton
- Ten Minutes Till Deadtime by Mark Cassell
- When the Devil Came to Hell's Kitchen by Heather Holland Wheaton
- The Orchid by yours truly (Amazon)
- Compost by Eric Dimbleby
- Gunda's Gnomes by Rayne Hall
About the editor: April Grey
April Grey's urban fantasy novel, Chasing The Trickster, is published by Eternal Press. Her short stories have been published in such print anthologies as Demonmind's Halloween 2010, The Best of Everyday Fiction 2, Northern Haunts, Ephemera and Terrible Beauty, Fearful Symmetry. Many of these stories can be found in her collection, The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe available through Amazon and Smashwords.
She and her family live in Hell's Kitchen, NYC in a building next to a bedeviled garden. Gremlins, sprites or pixies, something mischievous, lurks therein. Someday she'll find out.
www.aprilgrey.blogspot.com and www.aprilgreywrites.com.
In other news, my oldest grandson will be turning eight next month and my middle grandson just turned six last month. Despite my best efforts to stop them they keep growing up and making me older.
Over the past six or so weeks, my job has kept me busier than the Affordable Health Care website developers. The sad part is that statement really isn't much of an exaggeration. The good part is that being so busy lately has helped a bit in my bereavement struggle, but the steps forward are still agonizingly small. Today makes twenty-five weeks.
I think I've finally come to a decision about The Bonding. I believe I'll take the self-publishing route for the Strands of Pattern series. I've been researching cover designers and have actually started contacting some. My compulsion to continually edit the thing prevents me from deciding on a release date, but I'm looking at maybe late 2014. We'll see. :-)