A New Release

Last week, I shared with you the publishing schedule for my work next year. This week, I got an update on when one of the anthologies featuring my short story will release. So here is the updated schedule:

  • Prince of the Sun, Princess of the Moon releases Feb. 20, 2018
  • Extinct?, an anthology that contains one of my stories, will release on Nov. 17, 2017.
  • Dogs of War Vol. 2, another anthology containing my work, will release ( I think in January, but I’m not sure).
  • Planned re-release of Silver Foxes #1 May 2018.
  • Planned release of Six Weeks (Silver Foxes #7) late 2018.

The anthology Extinct? releases this year (actually next Friday) instead of in June. I hope you will all check it out.

Here’s the summary.
Extinct? Cover

What if those ancient creatures so beloved in fiction, myth, and science had not disappeared? What if they were real? What might have been developed to handle them, and how might man have felt about the thundering giants in yesterday’s, today’s, or tomorrow’s worlds. 

Imagine a sanctuary established for dinosaurs that displaces humans. 
What if Raptors were used on a distance planet as scouts for the new colony? 
Could Dodo birds have left a record about what happened to them? Dragons helping settlers? Inconceivable! 
A conqueror learns a hard lesson from a goddess and two children create their own ‘monster’. 

Lovely, unique, tales of lumbering giants of old, ancient rulers of the skies, and many others once thought to be myth or legend appear here in Extinct?

Pre-orders are available! Just click on the book image to be sent to amazon.

-*heart* M.R. Anglin

More Crochet

Progress on my crochet project–part of Dearest Debi’s crochet-a-long.

C3 original

Yeah . . . I’m enjoying this pattern so much, I made two more.

 

I’m also working on a children’s book for my mom’s church. Just finished a mock-up for it. I’ll look it over on Monday and possibly send it off so she and her pastor can review it.

Also, I have another short story appearing in an anthology soon.

Don’t really have much else to say . . .

-*heart* M.R. Anglin