I’m happy to finally reveal the cover and details for my upcoming short story “Blood Magic.” You don’t need to have read my novel Love Lies Bleeding to enjoy “Blood Magic,” but for those of you who have (thanks!) it’s set within Love Lies Bleeding, and features a side adventure for Mara.
The Big Reveal:
“No one said magic was pretty. It tricks and it transforms. It tests you. Sometimes it punishes the wicked and sometimes it devours the innocent. And it is never boring.”
“Blood Magic” a new FREE short story by Aspasía S. Bissas. Available mid-April 2018.
What do you think? For those of you keeping track, the image was taken at the Louvre in Paris.
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Have you guessed what the mystery image is yet? If not, don’t worry–tomorrow all will be revealed. Stop by to see the cover for my new short story, get details about it, and share what you think. See you then…
Did you know the cover image for my novel, Love Lies Bleeding, is of the Medici Fountain in the Luxembourg Gardens (Jardin du Luxembourg) in Paris? What image is going to be on the cover of my new short story? (Hint: the photo was also taken in Paris.) Find out on Monday when I reveal the cover, along with other details. Stop by and let me know what you think 🙂
Is it an X-Ray? The blob? The latest in contemporary art?
It’s the cover for my new short story! Well, it will be the cover when it’s revealed this coming Monday. Stop by to see how it looks, share your thoughts, and get the scoop on my upcoming story. See you then…
Thanks to a few well-known tipplers (coughHemingwaycough), writers have something of a reputation for indulging. Though that may be more stereotype than reality, over the years certain bars and cafés have become linked with the literary crowd who’ve gone there to eat, drink, socialize, and occasionally write. Inspired by a recent LitHub article featuring 35 Literary Cafés. I thought I’d share a couple of them here, as well as adding some the list missed.
Although not as well-known as the others on the list, here are some local-ish spots this Toronto writer thinks are worth a mention:
Writers unknown, famous, and infamous have always populated cafés and bars all over the world. Comment and tell me which ones you think deserve a mention.
(By the way, time is running out to enter my giveaway–you have only until the end of the of the month to take part for a chance to win a paperback copy of my dark fantasy novel Love Lies Bleeding. Free book? What’s not to like?)