Hard to believe it’s already here! That’s right, folks, you can now purchase your very own copy of The Hierophant’s Daughter–and you can pre-order The General’s Bride. We’ll make some kind of official cover reveal post in a few days, but since we’re sending out ARCs soon, feel free to enjoy (and preorder) Book II in The Disgraced Martyr Trilogy so you can enjoy it before all your friends. Check
HAPPY #BOOKBIRTHDAY! THE HIEROPHANT’S DAUGHTER, Book I of an LGBTQ+ Cyberpunk/Horror Trilogy, is out!
Some idiot promised to have an essay up last week and didn’t deliver, so while I self-flagellate you can rest easy in the knowledge that I am, at this point in time, living my life on a weekly basis rather than a daily basis–and by that I mean, I am so busy and so constantly ‘going’ (and so prone to restless, naplike sleep as it is) that my whole timescale
Christmas is Coming, and So Are Reviews–Read Three for THE HIEROPHANT’S DAUGHTER, Free on NetGalley until May!
The Hierophant’s Daughter On NetGalley A great big thanks Goodreads reader Amber Triplett, who posted her four-star review a few weeks ago: and a big Christmas thanks to blogger Brad Horner, who crossposted his NetGalley review here at his blog, and blogger Anna Lindbjerg, who published her generous review on her blog, Marvellous Tales. Additionally, it seems we’ve already sold at least one pre-order copy, because THE HIEROPHANT’S DAUGHTER
Yes, readers, it’s M. F. Sullivan’s birthday. What better day of the year to purchase your copy of THE LIGHTNING STENOGRAPHY DEVICE? Get it on Amazon today! The first marketable thought to text device is released for public consumption in 2031. That same year, author Cassius Wagner will have a seizure. At least, that is what the novel says: the novel to which he awakens in fragments one morning after
Sci-fi and fantasy bookbloggers alike are recommended to give this one a read. Find the book at http://netgal.ly/sP1D6o and request your copy now! The first marketable thought to text device is released for public consumption in 2031. That same year, author Cassius Wagner will have a seizure. At least, that is what the novel says: the novel to which he awakens in fragments one morning after a late night of writing.