I’ve had a long and exhausting couple of weeks, and I need a little pick-me-up. Sunshine. Cute animals. Something.
Bunnies. Bunnies are cute. Little cotton tails. Adorable twitchy nose. Soft, fuzzy ears.
Sadly, I have no bunnies readily available. But I can talk about a rabbit. BundleRabbit, that is.
(OK, it’s a stretch, but you try writing this blog every week and see how many ways you can lead into book promotion <grin>.)
So, I thought I’d tell you about a couple of new projects WMG has books in on BundleRabbit.
The first is the latest Uncollected Anthology: Spells Gone Awry (hmmm….that could explain a lot about my life lately…). For those of you unfamiliar with the Uncollected Anthology, it’s a collection of urban fantasy short stories written around a theme that you can buy individually. Although now you can also buy them as a bundle on BundleRabbit (which, considering the caliber of authors writing these stories, is a really good thing!).
WMG’s Kristine Kathryn Rusch is a member of Uncollected Anthology, so she has stories in almost every issue. Spells Gone Awry features a story from her amazing Abracadabra Incorporated series. This latest story is called “Disrupt Magic.” Here’s the synopsis:
Pascal protects magical items for Abracadabra Inc. But when he finds his latest job thwarted by disruptive magic, he decides to find its source.
Because Pascal knows how much powerful magic runs through Paris. Old magic. New magic. Wild magic. Dangerous magic, all.
Pascal thinks he knows what he will find when he tracks the magic’s creator. But what he finds might prove only the beginning.
You can buy the story alone here or the full Spells Gone Awry issue here.
Next up is a bundle called The Faerie Summer Bundle, curated by Jamie Ferguson. Twenty stories of faeries and magic set in our world or others. It includes Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s “Flower Fairies.”
Check out this cool video about the bundle.
Before I sign off, don’t forget about The Write Stuff Bundle 2017. Fantastic writing books, a free WMG lecture, discounts on writing programs… Great stuff. But it ends May 11.
So, there you have it. Go on, get hopping. Great reading awaits!
Allyson Longueira is publisher of WMG Publishing. She is an award-winning writer, editor and designer.