Mer, rhymes with bear (merriehaskell) wrote,
Mer, rhymes with bear

It's not shameless self-promotion if people have mentioned they want to know, right?

So, if you happen to have $1.08 left over on your Discretionary Regency Romance Budget Line, you may be interested in purchasing the MP3 of my story, "The Roman and the Regency" at Sniplits.

The reading is absolutely top-notch, from the snippet I've heard of it (I need to sit down with the longer version, and stifle my absurd nervousness whenever I see/hear my stuff performed). There is a sample available at

That is partially directed at you, _earthshine_; I don't know if you've noticed, but there's a whole slew of my stuff that can be listened to, rather than read. If you click through to my bio, there's a list of audio stuff, complete with links. Most of it is free from donation-supported podcast magazines--in fact, everything except this most recent story is!

Oh, other news: The cute robot book, AKA, Unplugged: The Web's Best Sci-Fi & Fantasy - 2008 Download (which contains my story "The Girl-Prince") has received a starred review at Publisher's Weekly. I did not get the named shout-out that several of my esteemed colleagues did (yay beth_bernobich and tinaconnolly! For example!), but that's okay, there's enough glory from that star to go around.
Tags: i wrote you something but i eated it

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