A collection, a short novel, and two short stories

Here are the stories that have gone live this week.  There will be more in the coming weeks.

As I mentioned before, it takes a while for some of the books to hit sources other than Smashwords and Kindle.  Just this week, the ebooks those places published months ago have now arrived at Barnes And Noble’s website.  So if you have a Nook, you can start ordering some of the shorter ebooks.  Remember that Smashwords allows you to download in any format you need, so if you want to start reading now and the books aren’t on your favorite site, click the Smashwords link.

There is a collection below in addition to the short novel and individual stories.

As you can probably tell, every now and then I write something really strange.  “The One That Got Away” involves blackjack, UFOs, casinos, and people on the run.  And yes, it fits into the really strange category.

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“Flower Fairies” first appeared in Realms of Fantasy.  It’s a gentle urban fantasy set in, of all places, a funeral home.  The opening image came to me in a dream, which doesn’t happen very often.

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Set in Paris, this short novel is part of the upcoming Abracadabra Incorporated series. An urban fantasy with magic, thieves, and maybe even a dragon.

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Five stories for the price of three! In this collection, you’ll find the heartwarming “Flower Fairies,” the whimsical “The Poop Thief,” the outrageous “Say Hello To My Little Friend,” the political vampire tale, “Victims,” and a tale of high school gone wrong, “Domestic Magic.”

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3 responses to “A collection, a short novel, and two short stories”

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  2. Steve Lewis says:

    Abracadabra Incorporated, isn’t that the company that the trouble shooter works for in ‘The Assassin’s Dagger?’ Also, did you say upcoming series? Seriously? Wow, Kris you have a plethora of books coming out this year. Very impressive and inspiring.

    • Kris says:

      Yes, she is the troubleshooter in “Assassin’s Dagger.” You have a great memory, Steve. Abracadabra Inc. won’t be this year, but in the next 18 months or so. So many books, so little time. At some point, “Assassin’s Dagger” will become an e-book as well. Thanks!

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