Mostly because I’m participating in a promotion for the month of October, called 30 Days of Indie Horror! (Oh, come on, you had to know it was all about me, didn't you? ha ha ) My collection, Zombie Town, is being featured on October 6th. You can read one of the short stories for free, yo.
Julie is also having a Rafflecopter drawing for some books from her publishing company, so if you’d like a chance to get some free horror books, check it out. And while you're there, enjoy some good fiction by indie authors. There are lots of good writing to be had in the indie world.
To see the schedule of authors, and get more info on the drawing, you can check out this post of Julie’s.
I’m pretty excited to have my collection listed there, and to give folks an opportunity to check out one of the stories (it’s the whole story, not just an excerpt, too). This is a story I wrote especially for the collection, so it hasn’t been posted anywhere else before now.
The book is actually selling pretty well for short stories, so I’m pleased with that. Novels seem to sell best, and novels in a series best of all, so having people buy the collection is pretty awesome.
I’m working on a few things that I want to have ready to publish before the end of the year, mainly a science fiction novel (tentatively called Landfall) that I've been working on for a while now, but keep putting on the back burner, and the sequel to Bound in Amber. I’m plotting out a few other things, like a couple of SF romance serials, one of which I'd like to start this month, a horror novel and a PA book about an asteroid impact.
The last two would be the first stuff out early next year, and there's lots more I have on my idea list.