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HAPPY #BOOKBIRTHDAY! THE HIEROPHANT’S DAUGHTER, Book I of an LGBTQ+ Cyberpunk/Horror Trilogy, is out!
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
Yes, my children, you may now express your eternal devotion to the Holy Martyr Church by way of anything from a t-shirt to a very fine clock. Click here to fly off to the store and buy yourself something nice. At the very least, take some time to admire our new logo–and the official logo of the Holy Martyr Church of The Disgraced Martyr Trilogy (Book I out May 19th,
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A friend of mine—whose last name is literally ‘Friend’, because sometimes the Universe feels the need to make things obvious for us—contacted me early one morning to say, “Reread the short stories in The Lottery by Shirley Jackson and watch out for James or Jim Harris,” and I, sufficiently intrigued, and not having read much Jackson since finishing We Have Always Lived In The Castle, opened the book and recalled,