Monday, December 31, 2018

Collaboration is not a bad word

It's no secret that I have a working relationship with the folks over at Hadrosaur Productions. They currently publish the double novella book Legends of the Dragon Cowboys.  This features Ling Fung and the Mayan god Ah Puch and is set in an 1880s California and is the same world some of my other weird westerns take place in--including The Devil Draws Two which features my Miles O'Malley character. 

In that same world we catch up with Mabel, although we first hook up with her a little earlier than the other stories as she tags along with General Ulysses S. Grant during the Civil War. Mabel is working as a photographer.  It was actually not uncommon for women to work as photographers and reporters during the war as able bodied men were almost all conscripted into military service.

Hadrosaur  will be publishing my new novella Fallen Angel and publisher David Lee Summers' blog has the first official description about the book.  This story centers around Mabel, who we've seen before but never to this detail, and her nutty sister. After the war Mabel teams up with Miles O'Malley in San Francisco and discovers the Martians have plans for earth.  And Mabel's sister seems to be teaming up with the Martians.  

When the book is ready for release I'll have more information.  In the meantime check out Summers blog as he not only describes my book but some other projects Hadrosaur Productions are planning for the new year.

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