The Occasional But Useful-to-You Shilling Post

Cat of Size went in to the vet yesterday, to have his blood glucose levels checked (and a few other things while he was on the lift).  Huh. I’ve already paid more in vet bills this year than I did in human and feline medical bills in 2013. S’pose I should shill the books some more…?

First and foremost:

The Kickstarter: we’re trying to fund two more novellas featuring Danny Hendrickson, a half-faun ex-cop PI who specializes in helping those who get caught in the dangerous cracks between the magical world and the Nulls.  He works/trains a young human Talent named Ellen, who spent most of her life being told magic wasn’t real/she was insane.  If you like urban fantasy, if you like PI fantasy, if you want to see more minority characters in fantasy, you might want to check it out.  But quickly - there are only 9 days left to make this happen!

Sylvan Investigations: The first two novellas introducing Danny and Ellen.  You can get them in DRM-free digital (or with DRM from Amazon, B&N or Kobo),  the omnibus print edition, or audio.

Dragon Virus:  interconnected stories following the path of humanity as it – slowly, often painfully, sometimes beautifully – evolves.  Not my first foray into SF, but the one I’m most proud of.  You can find it in DRM-free digital, limited edition hardcover, or audio.

“Stunningly successful…(DRAGON VIRUS is) a potent ride through a changing future, exploring themes and ideas that resonate as much in the modern day as in her darkly evolving future.”   —SF Signal

The Portals Duology:  what happens when I’m challenged to write urban fantasy without a mystery.  You get nasty elves, easily-irritated werewolves, self-aware homicidal kelpies, and two mortals in over their heads and doing their damndest to learn how to swim before they drown….  oh, and me once agin subverting the romance tropes.  Because apparently that’s what I do…

“[Readers] will be seduced and enthralled by Gilman’s metaphysical thriller about wicked elves, shape-shifting supernaturals and portals to another dimension….melds magic with mayhem for a tale of bravery, friendship and devotion.” – Publishers Weekly

The Cosa Nostradamus backlist, including the entire Retrievers series (6 books) and the Paranormal Scene Investigations (4 books).

The Vineart War: My epic fantasy trilogy, with (no false modesty) a particularly unique magic system, a multinational cast of characters, and an epic battle without armies.  Oh, and a dragon. Because dragons.

and if you’re in the mood for something different, check out L.A. Kornetsky’s mystery series, set in Seattle, featuring two hapless humans and their slightly more with-it companions…

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