Retrieval Artist Fans! A New Novella!

9780615783581_p0_v1_s260x420I know, I know, you all are impatiently waiting for the next Retrieval Artist novel. I’m scurrying to finish the third book in the remaining four-book (I hope) arc that will complete the Anniversary Day Saga. For those of you who don’t know, the next book in the series turned into four books. WMG Publishing and I decided to publish those four books two months apart, starting in December.

I know that’s a long wait. The latest book should have been out in December of 2013. Instead, I give you this novella included in Fiction River #8, Moonscapes. The novella, titled “A Murder of Clones,” introduces an important new character in the Retrieval Artist universe, Judita Gomez. So this standalone tale should tide you over until the book comes out in December.

As for Fiction River, give it a try. Dean Wesley Smith edited this volume, which I’ve read cover to cover. It’s great. It includes fantastic writers like Steven Mohan Jr., Lisa Silverthorne, Scott William Carter, and Annie Reed. So lots of great reading for a great price. You can find the book in trade paper in your favorite bookstore and ebook in all ebookstores, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Smashwords. (The audio book will be out sometime in the future, date to be determined.) Or you can subscribe to the series.  Enjoy!

6 responses to “Retrieval Artist Fans! A New Novella!”

  1. Lizz says:

    Really excited to read this! I have a kind of involved question for you. I am an avid Goodreads user and librarian, and I like to babysit your Goodreads page. I have been trying to keep the series page for The Retrieval Artist up to date, but the numbering/ordering is getting a little tricky, especially when incorporating all the latest novellas. The latest one in the Fiction River: Moonscapes anthology has the same name as the full-length novel that is to be published Dec. 2014ish? I have matched what I could to your website, and I think I’ve got a handle on it now, but maybe you could take a peek and see if I’ve gotten it right?

    I gravitated towards Goodreads a couple years ago because it was the only way I could keep track of all my favorite authors and their releases. It was how I found The Retrieval Artist series in the first place, so I like to give back and make it easier for others to use Goodreads and discover amazing works like yours. Goodreads is also sometimes the only way to keep short stories straight: where in the series they fit, if they’ve already been released previously in anthology format, etc. So if you have the inclination (and time) to cruise on over and doublecheck my work, I’d appreciate it. Thanks, and happy writing!!

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