I’ve decided to do a little self-promotion–please forgive me. I’ve been interviewed!
I’ve been interviewed!
I promised some good news recently, and sure enough, I’ve got GREAT news.
I’m going to be published!
I still can’t believe it myself. (Whew…DEEP BREATH)
In the upcoming publication of the first Just-Us League anthology, Stories of Old: A Collection of Fairytale Retellings, I’ve got my very only slice of print carved out with this writing group I found on Scribophile.
If any of you aren’t familiar with Scribophile, please help yourself and get acquainted here. You won’t be sorry.
I’ve tried (and almost failed) to be tight-lipped about his project, but now that promotion efforts are in full-swing, it’s time to start blabbing non-stop about it.
If you crave new and exciting Fairytale retellings, then I couldn’t recommend a better way to scratch that itch. Here’s an excerpt from the interview.
In the international collection, *From the Stories of Old: A Collection of Fairy Tale Retellings, new life is given to fairy tales, both classic and obscure.
Mythical creatures put the fairy in Fairy Tale. Mermaids, selkies, and ocean guardians experience the best and worst of humanity; sisters encounter an unusually friendly bear; a brave bride meets a silly goose, and a spinner of gold sets the record straight.
Urban fantasies modernize classics: a Frenchman learns the truth about magic, his past, and his girlfriend; a girl sets out to find love but receives a curse, and today’s naughty list makes Old Saint Nick not-so-jolly.
New worlds bring a fresh sense of wonder! In the future, a young woman fights for her people and herself; a bastard son finds acceptance in a world ruled by women, and a farmer’s wits win the heart of a frosty king.
Discover unexpected twists on old favorites, and fall in love with new tales and worlds to explore!
If you would like to learn more about my contribution to the anthology, please go here. While you’re there, please make sure to give tons of love and support to Renee Harvey!
Take a look at her Writer’s Unite page, it’s very helpful indeed!
What do you look for when browsing for Fairytale Retellings?