“Will read everything in this series I can get my hands on.”
“These stories are full of great, complex characters (not all of them human), twists and turns, and fantastic world-building.”
BEYOND THE STARS: Rocking Space includes these short stories:
* One Last Gig (Cain V. Hopwood)
* Camp Kids (Patrice Fitzgerald)
* First Contract (Julia Huni)
* Destroy Is My Favorite Part (David Bruns)
* Chocolate (Andy McKell)
* Unfair Advantage (Misty Zaugg)
* The Switcheroo (Christopher J. Valin)
* Juno Triumphant (Patty Jansen)
* I Said Flamenco (J.M. Thomas)
* Curiosity (R.J. Howell)
* Imperatrix (Nemma Wollenfang)
* The Original Sacrifice (A.K. DuBoff)
* Wily and Tate (Patricia Gilliam)
Thirteen brand new tales from fantastic writers–both bestselling and freshly discovered–in this seventh collection from the BEYOND THE STARS series of space opera anthologies.
Join these authors who are deep into… Rocking Space!
Meanwhile, the Plorsean King has been cast down. Supported by the Knights of Alana, his wife has seized the crown and plunged the nation into chaos. But the king is not dead yet. His champion slain, his throne usurped by the woman he loved, Braidon has nothing left but his rage.
What better weapon to use against his treacherous wife?
#1 in Gaslamp Fantasy, #1 in LGBT Fantasy, #2 in Steampunk
Ruthless commander. Cunning thief. Deadly blademaster.
Narra is a second generation thief raised in the Guild by her iron-fisted father. Growing up, she dreamed his death would free her, but when he shows up dead in the wreckage of a train destroyed by the Revolution, the happiest day of her life is ruined by one word: traitor.
Her father is accused of betraying the only thing she thought he ever really loved; the Thieves Guild. To prove his innocence, and remove the stain from her name, Narra will go to darker places than she ever thought possible and be forced to work with people she doesn’t dare trust.
If she fails, she’ll lose more than her sanity or her life.
She’ll lose the Guild.
Set in a steampunk world on the cusp of civil war, the Clockwork Thief series introduces a dark tale where family lies, magic might be real, and thieves fall for revolutionary princesses.
In the year of our Lord 1816, eighteen-year-old historian MARY BRYGHT is accosted by a terrifying magical villain who threatens to destroy her brother if he doesn’t reject his latest royal commission. Rushing home, she discovers that not only is she too late to stop her brother, but he’s left a letter begging her to assist him by recording the details of a three-centuries-old stunning secret event.