Thursday, April 30, 2015

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Ducky now Available on Amazon

C.M. Simpson's post-pandemic short story, Ducky, is now available from Amazon in Kindle format.




Three characters, a dead duck, and a plague-devastated city. What more could you ask for?

A post-apocalyptic short story of a ghostly girl, a pandemic and regret, told from three viewpoints.

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Anna and the Rock Dragons now available on Smashwords

Carlie Simonson's fantasy adventure, Anna and the Rock Dragons, is now available in all formats on Smashwords.





When Anna heads out to her family’s country cottage for the holidays, she has no idea what lies in store. Chosen as the Key Bearer and Door Finder for a race of exiled dragons, Anna soon finds herself being hunted by a nightmare from local legend, while racing against a mining magnate set to make his fortunes by turning the dragons into crystal. Will she survive long enough to find both key and door in time to help the dragons escape, and then live to tell the tale?

Friday, April 24, 2015

NEW RELEASE - Ducky on Smashwords

C.M. Simpson's post-apocalyptic short story, Ducky, is now available on Smashwords.





Three characters, a dead duck, and a plague-devastated city. What more could you ask for?

A post-apocalyptic short story of a ghostly girl, a pandemic and regret, told from three viewpoints.
 



Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Anna and the Rock Dragons Now Available in Normal Print

Carlie Simonsen's modern Australian fantasy, Anna and the Rock Dragons, is now available in normal-print  from the CreateSpace bookstore.




When Anna heads out to her family’s country cottage for the holidays, she has no idea what lies in store. Chosen as the Key Bearer and Door Finder for a race of exiled dragons, Anna soon finds herself in a race against a mining magnate set to make his fortunes by turning the dragons into crystal, while being hunted by a nightmare from local legend. Will she survive long enough to find both key and door in time to help the dragons escape, and then live to tell the tale?