Otherworlds

PUBLISHED SHORT FICTION

“Ghost Puppet” in Sword & Sorceress XXV.

“Tower of Heaven, Sword of Nights” in Mindflights #6.

“Ushabti” in Silver Blade #8.

“Ghost Masks” in Sword & Sorceress 24.

“Box of Bones” in Demons: A Clash of Steel.

“Stolen Ghosts” in Sword & Sorceress 23.

“Knight of Sorrows: Frozen Shadows” in Mindflights.

“Black Ghost, Red Ghost” in Sword & Sorceress 22.

“A Lover’s Quarrel” in Lilith Unbound.

“Knight of Sorrows: Poisoned Thorns” in Issue #5 of MindFlights.

“Knight of Sorrows”, in Issue #2 of MindFlights.

“Creed”, in Issue #31 of The Sword Review.

“Tech Support of the Gods” in October/November 2007 issue of AlienSkin.

“Black King, Red Queen” in September/October 2007 issue of Aofie’s Kiss.

“Owl and the Queen of Summer”, Issue #30 of The Sword Review.

“Bugs in the Walls,” Summer 2005 issue of Apex Digest.

“Coming Soon To A Location Near You,” April/May 2006 issue of AlienSkin Magazine.

“The Pawnbroker’s Machine”, Issue #2 of Afterburn SF.

“Historia Legionarus XII”, Summer 2005 issue of Sword’s Edge.

“The Book of the Strongest”, August 2005 issue of Deep Magic.

“The Call of Kuazataml”, Black Sails Anthology, 1018 Press.

“Psychopomp”, August/September 2005 issue of Scorched Earth.

“Slave to the Eye”, February/March 2005 issue of Scorched Earth.

“Dead Gods”, Issue #1 of Fantasy World Geographic.

“Relic in the Box”, December 2004 issue of Scorched Earth.

“In the Moment”, Issue 19 of Flash Me magazine.

NONFICTION

“The Little Factory That Could”, Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Plunges Into Michigan.

“Keep Your Identity (and your Dollars) Safe From Identity Thieves” in the Spring 2008 issue of The Dollar Stretcher.

“How Not To Lose Your Mind On Message Boards (or at least keep what’s left of it)”, at AbsoluteWrite.com.

“Free (and Legal!) Software Tools” in January 2008 issue of The Dollar Stretcher.

“Dealing with the Newbies: Five Tips For Handling People Who Want You To Critique Their Manuscript (for free, of course)” at AbsoluteWrite.com

“Cheap Computers For The College Student” in the Summer 2008 issue of The Dollar Stretcher.

“MP3 Players On A Budget” in the Fall 2008 issue of The Dollar Stretcher.

FORTHCOMING:

“Storm Dance, Ash Rain” in Paper Blossoms, Sharpened Steel.

“Find Digital Music On A Budget” in The Dollar Stretcher.

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  • March 31, 2012 at 7:07 pm
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    I love your Ghost series. I am really happy to know you are writing another installment to the series. Thank you for all of your hard work.

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    • April 1, 2012 at 12:19 am
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      Thanks for the kind words about THE GHOSTS! If all goes well, I hope to have GHOST IN THE STORM out by early May.

      -JM

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  • August 8, 2013 at 6:31 pm
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    Hi, just got started in on the worlds of the Ghosts, and the Demonsouled, both of which I enjoyed immensely. Looking to see what others there were in the series, I saw in the description of Soul of Dragons that Romaria Greenshield is in it – surely she was blown apart by the Old one near the end of Demonsouled?

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    • August 8, 2013 at 7:27 pm
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      Thanks for the kind words about the books! I’m glad you liked them.

      As for Romaria…well, read and find out. 🙂

      -JM

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  • October 9, 2013 at 4:41 pm
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    Are the Otherworlds books all standalone short-stories? I picked up the last two from your blog-posts these past two weeks but don’t know if I need to catch up on something or can just read these as is.

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    • October 9, 2013 at 4:53 pm
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      Everything in Otherworlds is stand-alone.

      To make a long story short (heh): I had two short story collections that between them sold about 100 copies over the course of two and a half years. So I decided that a better use of the collections would be to break them up into the individual stories, and then have “Free Fiction Tuesdays” every week.

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