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[sticky post] My Wizard's Wood Press works

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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twist and turn

And here I thought juggling three separate plot lines was hard --

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Ghost in the Vault

Ghost in the Vault by Jonathan Moeller

Ghost Night book 5. Spoilers ahead for the earlier books, and the earlier Caina books.

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Ilf and Petrov's American Road Trip: The 1935 Travelogue of Two Soviet Writers by Ilya Ilf and Eugene Petrov

The Russian title of this is "One-Story America" -- reflect its depiction of those areas where the buildings are one or two stories.

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Astro City, Vol. 14: Reflections

Astro City, Vol. 14: Reflections by Kurt Busiek

Stand-alone stories, though it benefits from knowing who these people are.

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This week's prompt is:


Anyone can join, with a 50-word creative fiction vignette in the comments. Your vignette does not have to include the prompt term.


pulling out the family tree

So the hero and heroine have married in the fairy tale, and because this is somewhat more broadly based than the Pop Top 20 tales, they have not reached the ending.

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publishing again!

The ducks all lined up neatly in a row, the collection (and the individual stories) went off, the system is percolating them through. . . .

They have not percolated everywhere yet, but Sorcery And Kings as the collection, and Queen Shulamith's Ball, Ripening Gold, The Hall of the Heiress, Oath Keeper, and The Firemaster and the Flames are all available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon.

And other locations. Will be percolating outward, both the ebooks, and the paperbacks for the first two.


Hmmm. . . that's the things about series.  The events of one story set the timeline of another.

When the oldest children born to superheroes are about twelve, it therefore follows that even if the superheroes refrained in the first years, when they did not know how it would affect their children, it's about twelve years plus a little wiggle room since the heroes started to appear.

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Minor Mage

Minor Mage by T. Kingfisher

Oliver is a wizard, with an armadillo familiar, and so, though he is young and knows few spells, his village sends him off to bring back rain, and break the drought. (As soon as his mother is gone for a time -- they are too afraid of her.)

Wounded, because he had already been packing when they arrived, Oliver sets out. Everyone knows the hills he must go to -- their last mage went there. But they do not know the perils along the way. Perils both human and nonhuman, friends, enemies, monsters, and more.


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