Got fantasy? “Red Bandit” short story is up!

If you’re feeling a little low in the fantasy department, fuel up with the Red Bandit, my short story published today from Hell Creek Sanitarium.  A librarian’s quiet night in the state library turns upside down when a man takes her captive, intent on stealing a magical tome, even if he has to burn down the entire library along with her.  If you enjoy fantasy, action, romance, and a lot of books, check it out at Drivethrufiction or Paizo.  Kindle and other versions will be available “soon.”

However, if you’re more of a fan of general speculative fiction, why not sponsor me or one of the writers for the Clarion West Write-a-thon.  Using PayPal, you can give as little or as much as you wish, and the money goes toward Clarion West, a non-profit dedicated to furthering speculative fiction.

Are you doing the write-a-thon this year?  Feel free to share your link, too!

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3 responses to “Got fantasy? “Red Bandit” short story is up!

  1. Hi, do you have any short stories available for free (from an online mag / podcast) for example? Thanks in advance. Cheers, Max.

  2. And congratulations on the story! Please, do forgive me my ungentlemanly manners.

  3. writingiswriting

    Hey Max- If you’re looking for prose, you can check out the short blog entries I did for Me2 at https://writingiswriting.wordpress.com/2011/12/22/the-girl-who-hears-voices-a-transmedia-project/ . Got plenty of scripts on my samples page, though I know a lot of people hate reading scripts — even the ones who are paid to do it!

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