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I publish again! And this time, it's superheroes! The novella "Through A Mirror, Darkly" is now available in e-book form! (Print form to be forthcoming within a week, I hope!)


Through A Mirror, Darkly

What lies behind a reflection?

Powers have filled the world with both heroes and villains. Helen, despite her own powers, had acquired the name Sanddollar but stayed out of the fights.

When the enigmatic chess masters create a mirrored world reflecting her own home and the world about it, it's not so easy to escape. All the more in that the people of that world are a dark reflection of all those she knows.


From many excellent venues:
Barnes & Noble
Itunes
Kobo
Scribd
Inktera
Amazon
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Still [personal profile] marycatelli there if you want to follow me. . .

Have any of you found interesting, active communities here (there)? I'm following [community profile] common_nature and [community profile] book_love  and [community profile] picture_prompt_fun 

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Recently ran across a revision discussion, which had a recommendation for wordle -- to check for repetition and things. I took a look. . .
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The stories, and the collection, are all submitted, but some systems are still percolating them through. So -- I will announce more later, including the print -- but here are the locations where you can buy those available now:

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Two novellas and a collection of them!

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In one sense, this is a special case of why so many young heroes in fantasy (you might be better off reading the general case before this post 0:).

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reviewed!

Oct. 8th, 2015 11:13 pm
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I've been reviewed!

"The Lion and the Library" and "The Wolf and the Ward":
"What can a woman do? Powerless, subordinate, dependent on family and on the good will of powerful men, Charity in “The Wolf and the Ward” and Lena in “The Lion and the Library” have nothing but wits, determination, and the will to use what they do have in order to see justice done. When magic is twisted and warped, these ladies find ways to untangle the knots and shine light on evil."
Full thing here:
https://almatcboykin.wordpress.com/2015/08/03/book-review-the-wolf-and-the-ward/

Cool. Maybe I should search the internet more for them. 0:)

Curses and Wonders reviewed here:
"These are exactly the sort of stories I most enjoy reading: magical, intelligent, gentle, and featuring protagonists who never whine or feel sorry for themselves, but instead bravely do what they must. "
https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1257603271?book_show_action=false&from_review_page=1
And here, too:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R1GB8KTCUS3GES/ref=cm_cr_dp_title?ie=UTF8&ASIN=1942564163&channel=detail-glance&nodeID=283155&store=books

"Dragon Slayer" here:
"Dragon Slayer by Goodreads author Mary Catelli is refreshingly old school in its portrayal of a knight on a quest to kill a dragon."
https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1184727769?book_show_action=false&from_review_page=1
and here too:
A behind the scenes look at the real work of dragonslaying.http://www.amazon.com/review/R44J05CPP9VX1/ref=cm_cr_dp_title?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00QR3E25S&channel=detail-glance&nodeID=283155&store=books


Madeleine and the Mists here:
Engaging story that builds
http://www.amazon.com/review/R3K4JYZF49474U/ref=cm_cr_dp_title?ie=UTF8&ASIN=1942564201&channel=detail-glance&nodeID=283155&store=books
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The ducks having gotten in a row again, I have another collection, this one consisting of two novelettes and a novella. Dead-tree editions are still in progress for the collection and the novella, but for the ebooks:

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Am working on getting another collection together.  Including, of course, the covers.  Think I've got one of the novelettes down:

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A list of everything I've published under Wizard's Wood Press, and where to find it, in a sticky posting.

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My dead-tree editions are now available from both Amazon and Barnes & Noble now, as well as CreateSpace. Possibly other locations, but these are those I know about:


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The ducks have gotten in a row again, this time to put out my books in paperback!

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And the ducks are in a row again, to publish the novel I gave you the cover for!


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Ducks are not quite in line yet for my next book -- the last one before I have to buckle down to a lot revision 0:) -- but I'm done with the cover:

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so poking around with short stories.  There are also novels and even novellas in progress to go out, but with short stories I consider whether to go back to the trunk to pull out more tales.

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The ducks are in a row again, and the novel's coming out.



You will notice what I listened to. 0:)

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Titles range all over the place.  Sometimes, the title comes first and inspires the story, which may even, after it's done, still fit the title.  Sometimes the title suggests itself along the way.  And sometimes the story is ready to go except for the title itself.

And so a question. (No, on reflection, two questions. The other one's about a cover.)
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