Preorder “A Kind of Death”

A couple months ago I announced that one of my mermaid fantasy poems had been accepted for publication in the upcoming anthology, A Kind of Death: Tales of Love, Loss, and Transformation from Uncommon Universes Press. Today, this amazing anthology, a collection of stories and poems by a variety of talented authors, is available for preorder.

About the Book:

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A princess who makes dangerous bargains with the afterlife. A man desperate to save his wife, no matter the cost. An uber driver for the undead.

Death, whether real or metaphorical, comes for us all. Yet it is not always the end. And in the depths of grieving can be the promise of hope and redemption.

The tales and poems in this anthology explore the depths of love, loss, and transformation. Whether in a reimagined folktale or a modern urban fantasy, A Kind of Death features a fine balance of tragedy and comedy, but always with a hint of wonder and hope.

As this anthology concerns matters of loss (all handled tastefully and without graphic depiction), certain stories might prove challenging for sensitive readers. Recommend reading with a hot beverage and/or a packet of tissues.

The anthology releases on Tuesday, October 22, 2019!

Where to Preorder Your Copy:

Amazon ~ Other Major Online Retailers ~ Paperback ~ Hardback

Note: paperback and hardback preorders will receive exclusive A Kind of Death swag!

About the Publisher:

Uncommon Universes Press is a traditional publishing company featuring fresh science fiction and fantasy stories with wonder, adventure, and sacrifice. Check out the links below to learn more!

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