Sunday, June 26, 2011

Passing of Greatness

All of the Fantasy anthologies in which I have published stories over the years have two things in common:  Denise Little--the brilliant editor who bought my first four books for Kensington in the last century--and Martin H. Greenberg of TEKNO Books.  After Denise left Kensington and traditional publishing in Manhattan, she landed in Green Bay, Wisconsin, where one of the most creative and open-minded editors, writers, and anthologists in the Mystery, Science Fiction and Fantasy genres was unabashedly making a name for himself and many smalltime authors--like me--one idea at a time.

Marty Greenberg died yesterday, but his work will live on through the countless projects he helped create, and through the authors who will never forget him or the opportunities he brought into our lives and careers.

RIP, Marty.   I have a hunch, wherever you are, you're breaking a few rules and doing things your way.

~Deb Stover

Anthology edited by Denise Little and Martin H. Greenberg

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Mike Faricy's Double Life

Mike Faricy the author or Mike Faricy, the hero of SOME LIKE IT HOTTER?  Seriously, Mike Faricy and I "met" online after I wrote SOME LIKE IT HOTTER.  I really didn't name the hero after him--pure coincidence.  And how interesting that he's an author, too!

Here's an interview with Author Mike about his latest release:

Happy reading, all!


Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Book Sale

The digital editions of SOME LIKE IT HOTTER and A WILLING SPIRIT are now on sale for $2.99 at all sites, including iBooks, Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Sony.  SHADES OF ROSE should be available within the next 2-3 weeks.  Stay tuned.

A great new review was just posted for SOME LIKE IT HOTTER.  It made me smile.

Book Reader's Heaven: Time Traveler to Civil War Era Creates Delightful and Humorous Romantic Suspense!

Happy reading!