Now available to pre-order! *drumroll*

Jan. 25th, 2012 | 12:17 pm
From:: nanoochka

'Sup flisties,

A quick announcement to let y'all know that my story "Perpendicularity" (better known 'round here as "Ancillary Stoke"), which is being published as part of the Dreamspinner Press anthology Two Tickets to Paradise, is now available for pre-order! It'll be released on February 20th in both paperback and electronic formats. Working with the DSP team has been fun and educational, and I can't wait to see the book in print and read all the other stories. I hope you'll give it a read, too!

Once the book is released I'll be giving away one copy each of the paperback and electronic formats, which I'll post about closer to the date, but in the meantime I wanted to thank everyone once again for all their enthusiasm, support, and encouragement in this venture. I truly appreciate it and hope you'll enjoy the anthology, for those of you who choose to purchase it. (And please don't think I've any expectations to that end, but I wanted to share the excitement and couldn't resist pimping a little bit. For what it's worth, I'm not making royalties off this title.)

Additionally, I've created a website for my professional ventures under my pseudonym, Mal Peters, which can be found at none other than There's not a whole lot there yet, but I do have a Twitter account I'll be using for updates, and posting on a (hopefully) regular basis to the site as well. Naturally a lot of that stuff will cross-posted here whenever I have important news to share, but since I appreciate that not all of you care I'll try to keep non-fandom writing posts to a minimum. :)

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