We had a wonderful time in Toronto with the Yaoi/Yuri North crew last month. I don't have a ton of conventions this year, but there are two more.
I'll be at Flame Con with Mischief Corner Books August 17-18
GRL Albuquerque, September 16-20
Hope to see you there!
Hey all! I'll be more off than on over the next few days since we're heading to Toronto today for Yaoi/Yuri North.
I'll be driving up and meeting up with Freddy MacKay and Diane Allan and we'll be at the Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel and Convention Center on Dixon Rd starting on Friday afternoon.
The table will be set up early afternoon Friday, and official Yaoi/Yuri North event times are:
Friday: 5pm to midnight
Saturday: 10am to midnight
Sunday: 10am - 5pm
Come see us at the Mischief Corner Books table or at our two panels:
Hooray! The second Offbeat Crimes box set is out this week. :)
This one has both of Alex and Jason's stories and the second Carrington and Erasmus one (though that's also everyone's since it wraps up the series arc.)
Aaaaaaaahhhhhhhh! The Hunt for Red Fluffy is done. The End. She's now with the faithful beta readers and it shouldn't be too much longer before we see a release date.
This is the longest Brimstone yet, at about 39K before edits. Huh. My little novella series is trying to turn into novels.
We're counting down now - less than a month before the release of The Mage on the Hill - eeeeee! I have blog posts to write and things to do, but I'm very excited to announce that Mage will also be launching in German. :D
Der Magier auf dem Berg should be available on or about the English language release date.
For The Mage on the Hill, that is. I'll be doing the rounds at some of the blogs, but I also want to offer a limited number of reader ARC's in a couple of weeks. A couple of things:
We're about six weeks out and I'm starting to get super nervous. *bites nails*
If you want to wait for your official copy on release day (or if you don't get an ARC) the pre-order links are everywhere :)
Barnes and Noble
Also, the first Brimstone Journals collection has launched in French :D
Les Registres de La Soufrière 1
La Soufrière : vaisseau de transport, centre de commandes de contrebande et de mercantilisme. Mené par un prince démoniaque à la tête d’un équipage pouvant faire honte à n’importe quelle bande de marginaux. Après une cargaison de vaches anti-gravitation et une autre de pommes de terre couleurs joyaux. Après les horreurs des grenouilles et des cauchemars. Il est temps de découvrir d’autres moments, plus calmes, au sein de La Soufrière, de petits bouts d’histoires récupérées parmi les différentes vies de l’équipage, que ce soit l’enfance de Shax et Verin en Enfer, ou la suite de leurs aventures après « Le Lac noir ».
Le tome 1 des Registres de La Soufrière contient également une nouvelle festive que Shax aurait préféré ne jamais voir publiée... tant pis pour lui.
It's finally springy here while I type this, which puts me in a hopeful, green frame of mind. There are more daffodils this year, so my separation campaign has worked, though the squirrels seem to have stolen the tulip bulbs again despite the blood meal. Oh well.
In writing news, because you didn't come for a gardening blog:
The Amazon links are here for The Mage on the Hill! Up for pre-order now in all countries that I've checked (UK, Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Australia, Canada) and releasing May 7.
Pre-order links are available everywhere else as well including, of course, at the publisher. :)
Barnes and Noble
The first box set of Offbeat Crimes stories releases this coming Tuesday at Pride Publishing. That's the first three books in the series for only $4.99. A steal if there ever was one.
The second set is due out April 16.
Chipping away at the current WIP's.
Progress is ongoing for Detonations and Devotions: Lijun 3, in which Tally and Haru just have a lovely life and nothing at all goes wrong. (If you are screaming liar, liar, pants on fire! at this point, you would be correct.)
Also making good progress on the next Brimstone, The Hunt for Red Fluffy. Looks to be about halfway there? I gave up predicting word count for Shax some time ago, though, so let's just say we're at least a third, possibly more.
This is a fun thing releasing next month. The Offbeat Crimes series will be released in two box sets. This first one contains:
Lime Gelatin and Other Monsters
The Pill Bugs of Time
Skim Blood and Savage Verse
For a steal of a price, too. :D
Also wanted to mention that the first industry review of The Mage on the Hill is scheduled in Foreword Magazine next month.
I'm both excited and quite terrified. :o
People ask me a lot of questions, but most of them are along the lines of Have you seen my keys? or Where's the cat? so I'll try to stick to questions relevant to current writing work and related items:
My big new news this week is an official release date for The Mage On The Hill - May 7, 2019 from Dreamspinner.
This is the first installment of the new paranormal series The Web of Arcana, which now has its own web page on the site here. (Yay! ) Series blurb and book blurb are over there for now since they're not 100% official yet. Magic users, danger from within and from hidebound guild leaders, and occasional cookies.
Cover will be coming soon!
Also, don't forget that the final chapter of Endangered Fae releases next Tuesday! January 15 brings on the final chapter in Diego Sandoval's long, strange journey that started on the Brooklyn Bridge in Finn.
No Fae Is An Island
Endangered Fae 4
releasing January 15, 2019
Barnes and Noble
Which is now this year, of course, and time for me to tell you what's on the buffet for the coming months. The calendar list on the home page now shows 2019 - and you may notice there's not a lot on it yet. What the heck, Angel?
This is partly because I've only included things that have an actual or approximate release date so far, and partly because I'm trying so very hard not to over commit myself this year.
We'll see how that goes...
Coming up this month:
Other things I'm hoping for this year:
And that's it. That's all I'm saying about this year. Let the words fall where they may!
Angel writes (mostly) Science Fiction and Fantasy centered around queer heroes. Currently living part time in the hectic sprawl of northern Delaware and full time inside her head, she has one husband, one son, two cats, a love of all things beautiful and a terrible addiction to the consumption of both knowledge and chocolate.