A Page-turning Space-Heist Adventure! What’s at stake? Only the whole universe!
A new Diving Novel is now available on Kickstarter! Rewards also include Diving Merchandise and exclusive writing workshops. Be the first to read this new stand alone novel in this expansive 18 book Diving Universe by Kristine Kathryn Rusch!
But wait, there’s more!
USA Today and New York Times bestselling writer Dean Wesley Smith offers up eight thrilling puzzle mystery stories in his bestselling Cold Poker Gang Mystery series.
An Annual Holiday Celebration!
Read a holiday story per day from American Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day…or binge the entire collection.
The fourth volume in an annual series, The Holiday Spectacular #4 will add a fun and surprising twist to your holiday season—or any other time of the year!
Welcome to WMG Publishing
This is the Home of Great Fiction, although we publish great nonfiction, too. From fantasy to historical mystery, from novels to short stories, WMG publishes books you’ll love to read.
Our feature authors, whose short stories, novelettes, novellas, novels, and nonfiction we publish regularly are Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch (Kris Nelscott, Kristine Grayson). You can shop for their books here and follow them on Bookbub.
We also publish stories by more than 100 authors in our magazines and anthologies, from authors making their first sales to New York Times bestsellers like Kevin J. Anderson and Frank Herbert. Click here to learn more about our anthology series.
We teach writers, too. From in-person to online workshops, if you want to improve your writing craft or business, we’ve got you covered. Click here to learn more.
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My daughter started school last week, and something struck me. She’s never brought home a textbook. Everything is on the computer now.
That is so strange to me. One of my favorite parts of the beginning of the schoolyear was putting covers on my textbooks. There was an art to cutting and folding those paper grocery bags to get the perfect dust jacket (of course, I didn’t know that’s what I was making back then) and then decorating it so it was personalized.
Nola has never had the chance to make her own dust jacket. Times have changed. Technology has advanced. But it makes me a little sad.