Hank Quense’s Kickstarter

I’ve enjoyed the pardoy novels of my friend, Hank Quense, for years. Now he’s launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to publish his next novel, Moxie’s Decision. Why? Hank says he has two reasons: because the world needs more parody stories and books are expensive to publish. (I can relate to both! I want to see how this goes too.) The Kickstarter Campaign will run from May 1 to…

May 2, 2015
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Published again.

August 29, 2014

While I was away,  got published in an anthology. You can read more at: http://lapalma-island.com/2014/08/local-author-anthology-fairy-tales/ and buy a copy (ebook or paperback) at http://alfiedog.com/products-page/sheila-crosby/thrice-upon-a-time-fairytale-collection-47000-words-fairytale/

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“The Mammoth book of Time Travel SF”

July 1, 2013

The cover of “The Mammoth book of Time Travel SF” I came home from delivering copies of “A Breathtaking Window on the Universe” to the other side of the island, and found my contributor’s copies of “The Mammoth book of Time Travel SF” waiting outside the house. The last I’d heard about it was in December 2012, so I’d forgotten all about it. Obviously, this was a lovely surprise. And…

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“The Dodo Dragon and Other Stories” is on sale

April 23, 2012

Nine quirky SF stories by Sheila Crosby to entertain you. On sale April 23rd 2012, and available for Kindle, iPad, Mac and PCs. Cover painting by Merche Martin Morillo Layout by Eco-geek This book currently has 4.5 stars on Amazon.com where it costs just $3.54, but it’s slightly cheaper (2.59€) direct from Dragon Tree Publishing, which also offers other electronic formats. If you have any problems with this book, please leave a…

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Escape Velocity: The Anthology

Yes, well, better late than never. This Escape Velocity Anthology published by Adventure Books of Seattle came out while I was up to my eyes in the Starlight Guide course. It’s 353 pages long, and contains forty-eight sci-fi stories, including two of mine: “Scream Quietly” and “Zuggyzu and the Humans”. The Kindle version’s only $5.74, which I think is seriously good value for money. I think it’s only fair to…

June 8, 2011
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