Yet Another Wandering Lark Prepay Update
So I set October 5th as the cutoff date to get signed up and help get Wandering Lark into print by agreeing to pay $12.50 in advance, but my publisher convinced me to keep trying to get the full 100 names.
So far, we have 79.
So there are still 21 slots that need to be filled, and all I need is name, email and mailing address emailed to me so I can finish out the list.
The first 100 who sign up will get a Free Copy of the novella The Demon of Mallow, a story that takes place a few years after Wandering Lark.
How often do you get a free "print" copy of a novella, folks.
Of course, if you don't sign up, you can't get one. And if you are not in the first 100, you will have to buy it when I release it publicly. And no one gets it until Wandering Lark is published.
To that end, I have spent time uploading it to the printer, and I am waiting for my test copy.
But for anyone to see this puppy, they must sign up for Wandering Lark.
So there you have what I have been up to the last month, along with finishing the edits to Shadow of the Faolan, since I have a publisher wanting it, and promoting several releases.
For instance, The Book of Tentacles is now available from Sam's Dot Publishing and contains my story "A Quiet Neighborhood."
And Esther Friesner's werewolves in suburbia anthology Strip Mauled has just come out, and IT contains my story "That Time of the Month."
Further down the road, I have a story in Demons: Clash of Steel, being reprinted by Rogue Blades Entertainment ("Son of the Rock"), and a story in Mystic Signals titled "Death and Need, and "Bella and the Flying Lugosi," which will appear in Esthers unnamed "Vampires in Suburbia" anthology.
Yeah, I am back to doing more short fiction these days, along with the novellas.
So much to do.
Laura J. Underwood