Yes, it's a new book
My new book, CRADLE AND GRAVE, will be coming out in the Spring 2020 release by Neon Hemlock. If you're looking to get my book (and/or the others by Leigh, Eboni, or Caitlin) for a pre-retail price in ebook or paperback form, check out the Kickstarter here (x). After the Kickstarter, the books will be sold at retail price.
CRADLE AND GRAVE is a post-apocalyptic dystopia, a Fallout-style weird Western with horror, survival, and biopunk elements merged through a desperate adventure through a dead city. In the distant dystopian irradiated future, Dar Lien is a professional scout for scavenger runs into the Scab, a ruined urban-zone badly infected by heavily mutagenic phenomena called the Change. When Yusuf and the mysterious Servertu employ her for an unorthodox run into the Scab, she finds herself embroiled in a conflict she didn’t expect.
A big thank you to Dave Ring for his extensive work on this project, and to Y. C. Yang for the awesome cover.
Upcoming Book Events
Neon Hemlock will be running a series of twitter panels as part of its 2020 release schedule. Join me during #hemlockchat during the below event slots. These are topics that are near and dear to me as a writer:
The Apocalypse as Current Events.
Moderated by Arshad Hassan. Featuring Elly Bangs, Meg Elison, Darcie Little Badger, Christopher Ruz and Anya Ow.
|March 7 at 5pm EST|
Families Lost & Found. Moderated by Lara Elena Donnelly.
Featuring Eboni Dunbar, Leigh Harlen, Anya Ow and Caitlin Starling.
|March 15 at 5pm EST|
There will also be other events by my fellow Neon Hemlock authors: check out the schedule for more information.
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