Thursday News Bites - Safety Protocols on Saturday! Plus AtWaUS blog tour posts so you can read what you missed!
It's time! It's time! Safety Protocols For Human Holidays releases on December 9 to all the places. You can still pre-order until then, but wheeeee! It's release time! Inspired by the Human Steve posts of Tumblr, I haven't had this much fun writing a story since I first wrote Shax.
Safety Protocols for Human Holidays
By Angel Martinez
Release Date: December 9, 2017
As a security officer on an interspecies ship, Growlan Raskli's experienced in heading off species-specific aberrant behaviors in order to keep the peace. But when her captain asks her to find out what's bothering their sole human crew member, Raskli's out of her depths. She hardly knows anything about humans and she's not a psych doctor.
Something's definitely upset Human Jen, something to do with human holidays. The more time Raskli spends studying humans and interacting with the intriguing Human Jen, the more personal the assignment becomes. Determined to lift the dark cloud from Human Jen, Raskli will do whatever it takes—within safe parameters, of course.
All The World's An Undead Stage went on tour ahead of it's release in January. But this isn't just a blah blah blah promotion tour. There are explanations of things, and also character, um, interviews (more or less) and a flash piece with Pecca Teecosi. There are also prizes - did you know that?
For all the posts so far:
My Fiction Nook - a little post on the theme of family in Offbeat Crimes
Hearts On Fire - Officer Krisk Would Like A Word
The Novel Approach - a post on who the cast should reflect the setting :)
Love Bytes - an extra special flash fiction prequel with Pecca Teecosi
Anna Butler - a post about the Walnut Lane Bridge (you'll thank me later)
Jessie G. Books - paranormal vs urban fantasy (or You Got Vampires In My UF)
My blog - Yes, the Rare Books Department is a place
Wicked Faerie's Tales and Reviews-Zombie Origins: More Horrid Than You Thought
Bayou Book Junkies - An Interview with Carrington's Mom
Drops of Ink - An interview with the entity known as "Tim"
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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.