What, then should a collection of gemmed necklaces be? A pirate’s treasure, of course.
Dig among within the treasure chest for the prettiest gems…
I’ve published my first dead tree book of fiction. This is a collection of my short fiction from 2015. I finished five collections, and themed each collection on gems for the cover art: garnet, amber, lapis, citrine, and opal. Don’t we all like something that’s shiny or sparkly? I always wanted to make the entire year available as one collection. A handful of stories at a time was not enough when I was having book binges before I wrote. I had a couple of requests for paperback editions of the earlier collections, but they’re much too short to be worth the physical copy overhead. This
time you have the choice of ebook or paperback.
This paperback and ebook editions include all the stories in the five necklace collections, plus two extras. One was part of an invitational Advent project, and the other was specifically written to be a bonus for the 2015 collection. That makes thirty-seven tales of fantasy and science fiction in the Necklace of Gems collection. All are short, but some are part of a larger story, like the SF Curiosity Station.
And now it’s time to pick a new theme for my fiction collections for 2016, so I’ll try to make a good one…
And if you want to give my fic a try or don’t want to wait for the next omnibus, the smaller collections should do:
Necklace of opals…
Necklace of Citrine
Necklace of Lapis
Necklace of Amber
Necklace of Garnet