Happy almost Christmas to everyone who celebrates! We're nearly out of year, so it's time to start talking about 2017 releases. The time does zip along sometimes.
First, Shax and crew in The Brimstone Journals: Collection One - releasing Christmas Eve! This is the first batch of Brimstone Journal stories from the Mischief Corner Books blog all collected and sorted for you in chronological order. In addition, the Collection has an exclusive holiday story as the last entry - winter holidays Brimstone style!
The Brimstone Journals: Collection One
Release Date: December 24, 2016
The Brimstone. Cargo ship, hive of thievery and profiteering. Captained by a demon prince and manned by a crew that puts any batch of misfits to shame. You've come along with a cargo of anti-gravity cows and one of jeweled-toned potatoes. You've shared the horrors of frogs and nightmares. Now share some, more or less, quieter moments with the Brimstone crew—small snippets plucked from various spots in each personal timeline, from Shax and Verin's childhood in Hell to after the events of Beside a Black Tarn.
The Brimstone Journals, Collection One also includes an exclusive holiday short story, never published as part of the blog series. Shax would probably like to keep it that way, but too bad.
Coming up next, we have Uncommonly Tidy Poltergeists, a brand new urban fantasy novella featuring an ace MC and lots of strange happenings. Releasing 1/11/17 and up for preorder now!
Uncommonly Tidy Poltergeists
Release Date: January 11, 2017
A poltergeist haunts Taro, dogging his international travels. It washes glasses, puts dishes away, and even dusts. At least he hopes it's a cleaning-obsessed poltergeist and not his own anxieties burbling over into neat freak fits he doesn't remember. When his property manager suggests he call paranormal expert, Jack Montrose, Taro's skeptical but desperate enough to try even a ghost hunter.
Jack's arrival crushes Taro's hopes of a dashing Van Helsing-style hero. Instead of an invincible hunter, he gets Ichabod Crane. As the paranormal puzzles multiply and Jack begins to suggest the entity might not be a ghostly one, Taro adds a budding friendship with Jack to his pile of anxieties. It's a race to see whether Taro's poltergeist or his relationship with the obviously-not-ace Jack will reach maximum strangeness first.
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.