Redheads in Love:
Four Redheads have found a new level of fine print in the contract that
saddled them with their dead husbands' jobs as The Four Horsemen of the
Apocalypse. If they can find men who are acceptable to God and
Satan, and who are willing to marry them, those men will become the
Horsemen and the Redheads are free of their burdens. Men beware!
The Redheads are on the prowl.
The Anthology From Hell: Humorous Tales From WAY Down Under
Featuring stories from Mike Resnick, Spider Robinson,
Lawrence Watt Evans, Robert Sheckley, Esther Friesner, Selina Rosen,
John Moore and many others. And with awesome cover art by Hugo Award
winner Brad Foster! Check out the Table of Contents!
Both books will soon be available in all popular electronic formats.
Fangs for the Mammaries,
edited by Esther Friesner and published by Baen Books. The anthology contains humorous stories
about vampires in suburbia, including my story "Soccer Mom
Smackdown." Sing the Battle Hamster Fight Song! You can also buy this anthology in most ebook formats at Baenebooks.com.
The Four Redheads: Apocalypse Now!,
by myself, Linda L. Donahue, Rhonda Eudaly and Dusty Rainbolt.
The Redheads have a stunning realization: once
the Apocalypse is finished, there'll be no need for horsemen and
they'll be free of the jobs they loathe. Now highly motivated, and
armed with the prophecies of Antoinette of Arc (Joan's smarter sister,
who never told anyone she had visions of the Apocalypse), the Redheads
carry out their secret plan to bring on the End Times. And, since no
one takes them seriously, they just might succeed! Now available as an ebook at Baenebooks.com, alone or bundled with The Four Redheads of the Apocalypse and Tracy Morris's Tranquility
Bride of Tranquility.
Back Cover Copy: From the Desk of SATAN:
freakin' Redheads are at it again! They're gonna be the death of
me--oh, how I wish! As if Earth wasn't already going to Hell, those
girly-girls have decided to hurry along the Apocalypse. Well,
excuuuse me if things aren't happening fast enough to please those high-
maintenance broads! At times like these, I really miss their
House of Doors.
When fifteen-year-old Evan Flynn goes to live at his Aunt Kate's
Kansas farm, he thinks he's headed to the most boring place on Earth.
But Kate's house has spawned a corridor of doorways to hostile alien
dimensions. On learning of an impending invasion, Evan enlists the help
of Maggie, a young medicine woman, who puts him on a vision quest to
seek a way to seal the doors forever and save the world.
House of Doors is part of Yard Dog's "Double Dog" series. A Double Dog is two short
novels in one "flip" book, like the old Ace Doubles. My novel is paired with Linda L. Donahue's Jaguar Moon.
Jaguar Moon (By Linda L. Donahue - the other half of Double Dog #5) For
Simone Perkins ghost hunting isn’t a hobby but a poor paying job.
And this job starts out trickier than most with trying to roust the
mouthy ghost of a witch. Matters escalate when Simone’s partner,
Araceli, is kidnapped by a monster. In order to rescue her, Simone
embarks on a journey to the Land of the Dead and teams up with a
traveling monster hunter. Their adventure takes them across the globe
to a place where time was lost.
A Bubba in Time Saves None, edited by Selina Rosen, published by Yard Dog Press.
The anthology is the fifth in the Bubbas of the Apocalypse anthology
series, dealing with a time wave that scatters bubbas and yumbies
(yuppie zombies) all through time. It contains my story "Godziller vs.
the Fifty Foot Sumo Yumbie," which continues the adventures of my
characters in "Space Cowboys" (from Houston, We've Got Bubbas).
Witch Way to the Mall,
edited by Esther Friesner (Baen Books), which includes my short story
"Valley Witch," a collection of humorous stories about witches in
suburbia, is available in most ebook formats at Baenebooks.com.
ALSO IN PRINT:
Dracula's Lawyer and Other Stories:
a collection of three humorous fantasy stories in chapbook form.
In "Redneck Wizard," a hillbilly teen transported to a
medieval fantasy world must battle an ornery fire-snortin' dragon.
In "Worse," a snooty elf must find a way to escape betrothal to a
spoiled human princess. And in "Dracula's Lawyer," the famous
vamp files a disability discrimination lawsuit against the City of New
Orleans for its failure to accommodate his inability to work during
The Four Redheads of the Apocalypse,
written by myself, Linda L. Donahue, Rhonda Eudaly and Dusty Rainbolt:
Death, War, Famine and Plague have died. Now their wives
are taking over. Too bad they don't have a clue how to do their
new jobs. Look out, world! Here come the Four Redheads of
the Apocalypse. Also available in most ebook formats at Baenebooks.com, alone or bundled with The Four Redheads: Apocalypse Now! and Tracy Morris's Tranquility and Bride of Tranquility.
International House of Bubbas is the third in the Bubbas of the Apocalypse anthologies edited by Selina Rosen. When
the "Yuppie 25" virus wipes out or "zombifies" everyone in the
world except "bubbas", things take on several interesting twists. Read
about good ole boys fighting yuppie zombies, aliens, and those French
cheeses that end in that funny "è" -- among things too awful to mention
In this installment, we learn what happened to bubbas who
were outside the U.S. when the plague hit. In my story, "Bubba's
A Broad," two bubbas are abducted by aliens, then dumped in France.
It doesn't get much lower than that.
Houston, We've Got Bubbas is the fourth in the Bubbas of the Apocalypse anthologies
edited by Selina Rosen. This installment involves space travel,
aliens and the like. My story "Space Cowboys" tells what happens
to a bunch of maintenance workers stranded on a space station after the
"Yuppie 25" virus hits.
Flush Fiction, Volume 1: Stories to Be Read in One Sitting,
edited by Selina Rosen, is an anthology of flash fiction, some
humorous, some serious, all for a worthy cause. 75% of the
proceeds go to an emergency medical fund for Yard Dog writers in need.
My story "Star Quality" is my one and only attempt at flash
My stories have also appeared in The Mammoth Book of Comic Fantasy II (published in the UK as The Mammoth Book of Seriously Comic Fantasy, in the Czech Republic as Druha Mamuti Kniha Humoristicke Fantasy 2, in Polish and in Russian as something I can't even type), The Best of the Bubbas, Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine and Adventures of Sword and Sorcery (see my free sample).