Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Bone Garden

Erisín is a haunted city, and her specters are hungry. When demons prowl the streets of Oldtown, preying on the poor and the weak, a young actor must face the ghosts of his past and of his family to protect his new home.

"Bone Garden" is a novelette set in Erisín following the events of The Bone Palace. It was originally published in Subterranean's A Fantasy Medley 2 (ed. Yanni Kuznia) in 2012. It's now available on Kindle and Smashwords.

If anyone has any other platforms or file types they prefer, I can make it more widely available. This is my attempt at self-pubbing anything, so feedback is appreciated.

7 comments:

  1. Hi Amanda, great to this get a reprint. After kingdoms of dust are you finished with the series?

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  2. I would like to write another Isyllt book after Kingdoms, but don't have any immediate plans. The Poison Court, which is set in Erisin after the events of Bone Palace, is with my agent now. Hopefully I'll have more news about it by the end of the summer.

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