Just a quick post to remind everyone that the Strange Waters anthology from Phoenix Fiction Writers is now available to purchase on all major book-selling platforms! Nine stories from nine authors (including me!), all inspired by the beautiful image on the cover.
Barnaby Brown and the Glass Sea- by. E.B. Dawson
An unorthodox professor of archaeology sets off to find his own answers about an unusual archaeological find, accompanied by an accident-prone student in need of extra credit.
Finer Things- by C. Scott Frank
Two star-crossed lovers must decide what price they're willing to pay for a future together.
The Underground- by Janelle Garrett
When Hiya is taken captive by the Dragons, her younger brother Kef will risk everything to save her. What he learns in the process will change the Sphere, and his life, forever.
This Pain Inside- by Hannah Heath
In an underwater society under threat from the Poison, Charlie has to fight just to get through the day. But her constant battle with pain may have prepared her for more than she could possibly imagine.
Through the Lens- by K.L.+Pierce
Dion doesn't mind crossing lines other people seem uncomfortable with. In order to get the perfect gift for his sister, he decides to infiltrate a military facility. But this time his actions will have unforeseen consequences and leave him questioning his beliefs.
Backback Boy- by Nate Philbrick
Determined to rescue his mum from pirates, Backback Boy must journey across a fearsome island and face his greatest fears. Good thing he is armed with his elephant, a wooden sword, and a ham sandwich.
Roanoke- by J.E. Purrazzi
Raised from birth to fulfill her destiny, Ketera leaves everything familiar behind and sets sail to find a lost colony on a treacherous planet before it can wage war on Earth.
Ric Vayne and the Curse of Ghoul Nebula- by Kyle Robert Shultz
Kidnapped by a deranged captain, hotshot pilot Ric Vayne finds his consciousness has been merged with a ship. His only hope of getting his body back is to fly his captor in and out of Ghoul Nebula. There's only one problem: nobody has ever left Ghoul Nebula alive.
Kamynosa's Labyrinth- by Beth Wangler
Eager to prove she is capable of ruling alone, Princess Kamynosa enters the dangerous sailing competition known as the Labyrinth in order to win her own hand and her parents' respect.
You can find Strange Waters on your ebook platform of choice via this handy link. It's available on paperback from Amazon as well. I'm going to be posting reviews of each story on my Instagram soon (be sure to follow me there if you aren't already!), and book-devouring dragon Malcolm Blackfire will be reviewing them on his Instagram over the next week too. For now, you can check out my review of E.B. Dawson's entry, “Barnaby Brown and the Glass Sea.”