Monthly Archives: June 2012
An excerpt from my short story, “Vanities”, available free for a limited time on my Winter Kingdoms page on Facebook.
by Gail Z. Martin I followed Alard through the winding, cobblestone streets, taking every opportunity to twist my neck to see the buildings around me. I hadn’t existed for enough centuries to become jaded yet, and part of me hoped … Continue reading
Q: You were exiled for murder. Have you made your peace being a convict-colonist in Edgeland? A: I defended my sister’s honor. I’m not sorry for it, and I’d do it again. I expected King Merrill to have me killed. … Continue reading
Condemned as a murderer for killing the man who dishonored his sister, Blaine “Mick” McFadden has spent the last six years in Velant, a penal colony in the frigid northern wastelands of Edgeland. Harsh military discipline and the oppressive magic … Continue reading
by Gail Z. Martin They didn’t send someone with us to the barrows. They didn’t have to. We knew what would happen if we didn’t come back with the necklace. The look in my mother’s eyes bound me more to … Continue reading
by Gail Z. Martin My short story, The Low Road, will be in the new Spells and Swashbucklers anthology that launches at Balticon. Here’s a short excerpt: An Excerpt from The Low Road by Gail Z. Martin Published in Spells … Continue reading
by Crymsyn Hart This past weekend I attended ConCarolina’s with my fellow bloggers, Tina McSwain, Gain Z. Martin, and J.F. Lewis. It was nice to see them and say hello since that doesn’t happen much. As much fun as I … Continue reading