No, not from me, but definitely worth a look:
If you, like me, are a fan of the Raksura trilogy by Martha Wells? Check this out. It’s a little Raksura short story, just to tide you over till the four novellas come out later this year. By then I should have a kindle, which should save me from having to read them on my phone!
Also, as you’ll see if you click over, Martha Wells is offering some giveaway ARCs for her newest book, a YA called Emilie and the Hollow World. I’m not entering the giveaway; ARCs are all very well, but honestly I would just as soon wait and pick this one up when it’s out for real. ARCs sometimes have typos, and I don’t mind waiting.
I have to admit, I haven’t actually READ any more of Wells’ backlist. But I have several on my actual for-real physical TBR shelves downstairs, so it’s just a matter of time. I don’t think she’s written YA before? I’m looking forward to EMILIE.
Okay, also! While we’re on the subject of exciting short stories available online today? Check this out, too, from Apex. I haven’t read it yet, but there’s a
Patricia McKillip Patricia Wrede short story available there. Also a short story from Merrie Haskell — you might have read her book THE PRINCESS CURSE? I really enjoyed it, and I know she has a new book due out any time now.
Does anybody know how Apex works? I am surprised to find they’re posting their stories and articles free like this. I’m not ordinarily into short stories, but hey, exceptions abound, and I’m going to copy these to read later.