“THE ATTENTION JUST ENCOURAGES HER”, new short story up on Patreon

Title: THE ATTENTION JUST ENCOURAGES HER, pt 1

Blurb: “Paula was human before her yeti cousin Cador showed up and his snow queen mother came looking for him. Now, the family’s fae history is ready to claim her… but all Paula wants is to get her comics before the store closes.”

I had to completely restart this story after 2000 words. 90% of those words weren’t salvageable. But after some encouragement from my co-world builder on what the story seemed to be, I refocused and started looking for the core. I also did that thing I forget is doable-slash-better for me: I let the MC be a not good person. And I kinda love her for it. There’s still another half to this story, so this one is To Be Continued…  OH! And since I had to restart, this is a very very very rough draft. I have had a cursory look by a beta, so sorry in advance for missing words and wonky sentences. o.o

Coming in at 2492 words for Part 1, here is this month’s short! Enjoy!

Check out the story at: https://www.patreon.com/posts/attention-just-12281297

Not yet a patron? Click here and consider your options. :) Thank you so much!

New short story published: HOW SHE GOT THOSE SCARS

A few months back, I started writing a monthly short story for patrons over on my Patreon. These have all been in set in the IRON GARDEN universe. I’m going to begin to publish the ones that are polished, at least a month after they go live on Patreon. So if you want a sneak peek, go sign up!

Otherwise, you can check out the first two stand-alone short stories in this adult Urban Fantasy universe when they go live on sale and with their shnazzy covers designed by my good friend and fellow Papercuts Podcast partner, Cyna Martinez.

If you’ve been following me for a while, you’re possibly already aware of the first short, A TASTE OF FAERIEOn his way to a party with stolen alcohol, a young man makes a most unfortunate acquaintance.

 

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Allow me to introduce the second stand-alone short…

HOW SHE GOT THOSE SCARSWhen a brilliant sandling woman falls in love with a dwarven master craftswoman, the two team up to create magical items of untold glory and beauty for their fellow fae. But their latest project leads down a dangerous path, setting them to cross with cruel royalty and deadly heroes.

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Enjoy! And if you give a read, feel free to let me know what you think here or over on GoodReads.

Episode 58 – Judge a Book by Its Cover March 2017

The latest batch of new release YA book covers is here at Papercuts Podcast, and we might have found a good one?!? Bet you can’t guess which.

Also inside, STILL MORE Red Queen cover rip-offs, Ollie makes a list, Cyna nopes all over the place, and Robin finds a cloak TO DIE FOR on Episode 58 – Judge a Book by Its Cover March 2017.

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Books Discussed


Theme music is Overnight, by Aya.

WARNING: NSFW! Mature audiences only! Contains salty language, subversive ideas, industry-challenging discussions, and nuts.

Episode 57 – Movie Review: Seventh Son

The Papercuts Podcast crew took this week to record a super special bonus episode, so we’re breaking open the Emergency Podcast Case to bring you Episode 57 – Movie Review: Seventh Son, an episode from the past!

Last year, Ollie and Cyna spent Christmas day watching and discussing the microcosm of Hollywood genre film fuckery that was Seventh Son, the film adaptation of Joseph Delany’s Last Apprentice series. It was the best possible use of their time.

There is a lot to unpack with this one guys. ENJOY.

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Theme music is Overnight, by Aya.

WARNING: NSFW! Mature audiences only! Contains salty language, subversive ideas, industry-challenging discussions, and nuts.

Episode 56 – Judge a Book by Its Cover February 2017

I’m almost caught up, friends! Next Monday brings us up-to-date with the main site.

This week’s last Papercuts Podcast backlog migration is here. In this episode: Cyna raises her standards, Ollie gets her rage face on, and we are all mired in dreadful continuity. Check out Episode 56 – Judge a Book by Its Cover February 2017!

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Books Discussed


Theme music is Overnight, by Aya.

WARNING: NSFW! Mature audiences only! Contains salty language, subversive ideas, industry-challenging discussions, and nuts.