A Stefani Wilder Novel - pre-order now!
Demigods (working title)
standalone fantasy novel
14,000 of 250,000 words
A novella of Bydaira
34,000 of 32,000 words
The Panther's Girl
Drawchilde: Book II
200,000 of 200,000 words
Iavan and the Deodin
Drawchilde: Book 0
105,000 of 100,000 words
The Lego Hacker
Jillian Diehl, PI, Book I
80,000 of 80,000 words
Heir of Iron
draft complete at 130,000
Well of Trades (working title)
draft complete at 92,000 words
I have been doing an abysmal job the last couple of years posting updates and even just generally announcing when I release new work. I am going to try to change this.
To start, I have a mega Black Friday sale to announce! All my Bydaira novellas are free for a limited time on many major retailers. Unfortunately, this does not include Amazon due to how they restrict authors' ability to freely price their own work, but here's a list of places you can grab copies:
Smashwords does offer the .mobi format so you can download the book from them and send it to your Kindle.
I'm planning the release of the next Bydaira trilogy for next year, so now's a great time to get caught up!
Also, paperbacks are now available. They have cool updated covers and maps inside. Books make great gifts for fantasy nerds. Just sayin'.
It's been over a decade since the War of Diodsfall. Marim, the child who released a monster from its prison, is grown up now. With her scarred throat and her battered tessila, no one can forget her roll in that conflict, least of all Marim herself. So she signs on with a merchant vessel, intending to escape her past by sailing the high seas.
Instead, Marim's tessila spooks the sailors. She's put off in Carreg Dinas, the largest of the Fog Isles. There she meets a dying boy. She knows she can save his life, but only if she unlocks the buried secrets of the island in time.
After so many years focusing my efforts on longer works, I recently took a stab at writing some flash fiction. I'm pleased to announce two of my speculative fiction stories have been acquired for publication.
First, my piece Elective Pilistasis appeared on the Splickety Publishing Group blog in July. You can read it now for free.
Second, my piece Immolation Puppy will appear in the January issue of Havok magazine. Copies will be available in print as well as digitally. I'll post links when the issue is out, or you can go ahead and subscribe to Havok.