Publications





"Enchanted Kingdom: A Fairy-tale Coloring Book" through Cedar Fort Books


Meet dazzling princesses, fantastic creatures, and enchanting princes in disguise in this beautifully intricate art. Abandon your cares as you color your way through a magical forest far, far away that's perfect for artists of all ages. You'll soon fall under the stress-relieving spell of this inky fantasy!

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"Solarium" in the "Wings of Renewal" Solarpunk Dragons Anthology compiled by Incandescent Phoenix Books


27155983In WINGS OF RENEWAL, twenty-two authors explore the exciting new subgenre of solarpunk through the lens of these majestic creatures. Whether they irrigate dry terrain or serve as spaceships, are mythic beasts come to life or biomechanical creations of man, these dragons show us a world where renewable energy overcomes gas and oil, and cooperation replaces competition.

If you love fantasy/sci-fi fusion, this is an anthology you do not want to miss! So hop on solar wings, and follow us into futures that–for all their witches and dragons–are far more possible than they might seem.

Find your copy at BarnsandNoble.com.


"Dancin in the Rain" in Volume Four "Superpowers" of "Inaccurate Realities"



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If you could have any superpower what would you choose? And how would you use that power – would you be a hero? Or a villain? Or are those words simply a matter of perspective? These stories take classic science fiction and make it someone’s brave new reality.

Featuring: 
“The New Age” by Eleanor Pender
“Dancin’ in the Rain” by Kimberly Kay
“Save the Day” by M R Zapp
“Retro-causality or the Allergy of Genghis Khan” by John Herman
“Nothing But Fear” by Aspen Bassett

Inaccurate Realities Volume 2 also contains interviews with Amelia Kahaney, Christopher E Long and LeighAnn Kopans and reviews of Sekret by Lindsay Smith, Illusive by Emily Lloyd-Jones, and V is for Villain by Peter Moore.
 

Claim your copy on Amazon. 

"Sleepless Bueaty" in the "One More Day" Anthology 

Compiled by  J. Taylor Publishing


20328006What if today never ends? 
What if everything about life--everything anyone hoped to be, do, experience--never happens? 
Whether sitting in a chair, driving down the road, in surgery, jumping off a cliff or flying ... that's where you'd be ... forever. 

Unless ... 

In One More Day, Erika Beebe, Marissa Halvorson, Kimberly Kay, J. Keller Ford, Danielle E. Shipley and Anna Simpson join L.S. Murphy to give us the answers to two big questions, all from the perspective of characters under the age of eighteen. 

How do we restart time? 
How do we make everything go back to normal? 
The answer, in whatever the world--human, alien, medieval, fantasy or fairytale--could, maybe, happen today. 
Right now. 
What would you do if this happened ... to you?

Published December 2013. Find it at http://www.jtaylorpublishing.com/ or through www.amazon.com or www.barns&noble.com.


"Being Practical" in the "Open Doors: Fractured Fairy Tales" Anthology

Compiled by Wayman Publishing


A whimsical collection of fairy tales. Ever wished to be like Sleeping Beauty so you could take a nap--for once? Isn't it a bit annoying how the fairytale princes always get the girl, or how the three little pigs always beat the wolf? Well, that's all about to change. . . . 

Contributing Authors: Fran Fischer, Sarah Clark Monagle, B.J. Lee, Steven Kaminsky, Siv Maria Ottem, Deb Claxton, Diane Weis Farone, Adam Graham, EC Stilson, Pat Hatt, Joshua Carstens, Roland D. Yeomans, Jan Marshall, Kate Buhler, Barry Parham, Shane Stilson, Robert G. Ferrell, Neal Levin, Timothy Hurley, Melynda Fleury, Leetah East, Afobos, Larry Lefkowitz, Elaine Mann, Janie Goltz, Susan Kane, Bonnie Ogle, Eve Gaal, Rayne Debski, Aimee Davis, Eliserio, Liana Mahoney, Debra Kristi, Brevin Anderson, Katherine Valdez, Kayla Kelley, Linton Robinson, Diana M. Amadeo, Melissa Nott, Amanda N. Bliss, Darice Lee, M Sullivan, Victoria Fryer, Mickey Hunt, 
Kimberly Kay, Rosie Hendrickson, Kai Strand.

Published December 2012. Find it through http://www.waymanpublishing.com/, or Amazon


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