Sunday, 16 July 2017

An Interview with Stone



In 2012, the short story cover world was rocked by the landslide of hype surrounding Stone. Little was known about the cover model at the time and up until now, the life of the most recognizable rock in online book stores remained a mystery.

"I was as surprised as anyone by my overnight success," Stone confided during our recent conversation. "I mean, when I first considered modelling, nobody believed inanimate objects could hold their own on a book cover. It just wasn't done. Then to be chosen from all the other bits of gravel in Elizabeth Munro's yard felt like winning the lottery. I was overwhelmed. I mean really, for a half ounce of misshapen heart shaped gravel there aren't a lot of opportunities."

A candid moment with Munro's hand.






"I knew I had so much more to give but the pressure of type-casting exists even in the cover modelling world. You'd think a simple rock doesn't do much. You'd think you're one human footfall away from the bottom layer of the garden path but you'd be wrong. So much happened around me and I knew that given the chance, I could prove myself."








Newspaper coverage, September 1, 2016
The downside to Stone's success hit home. He was flooded with requests for horror covers, chocolate sauce advertisements and construction products. Money and fast toys became an obsession.

Then, after turning down big name product placement offers from bigger name agencies, Stone withdrew. He spent the next few years in the change pouch of a ladies wallet. Following a trip to San Francisco last summer, the wallet was replaced and Stone found himself with few options as he hit rock bottom. Though nobody was badly injured, the incident was a wake-up call.

The Treasure Box




"It was then I decided to take the first chance I could to make my life and career into what I wanted. The first hint of change came when I relocated to what I fondly call The Treasure Box. It redefined my existence. These objects Munro holds in the highest esteem taught me the humbling life lessons I couldn't have benefited from on the figurative pity-potty of that old wallet."

Stone struggled to explain the impact of life in The Treasure Box and said even putting his gratitude into words prompted feelings that shook him to his bedrock.

"The cufflinks were simply thankful they were together even though kids these days don't know what the hell they are. A necklace made by a child and too small for Munro to ever wear taught me what it feels like to realize unconditional love. Even the American coins in their Canadian home and lone earrings found a place of belonging beneath the soft purple tissue ceiling of The Treasure Box."

Keepin' it real with old friends.





Stone keeps in touch with friends now and is a regular at weekend football games. Moments like these help cement the confidence his modelling requires with the unassuming rock he was just half a decade ago.




Dead heading Petunias







"I'm turning new experiences such as gardening and boating into opportunities to grow my portfolio."





Relaxing in the plastic-bottomed boat





"Collaboration comes out of the blue, literally. It's amazing how something as simple a souvenir snap turns into the creative chance of a lifetime! Since Cherry Tree and I met a few weeks ago, we've become more than friends and spend our quiet evenings going over photographs for our coffee table book 'Trees in Reflections.'"

What's next for Stone? Even he is light on specifics. In spite of the candid moments he shared Stone keeps much "close as quartz" as he puts it. With a new focus on the future and the solid grounding of support of friends and family he's putting his experience into actions. He's laid the foundation of a mentorship program pairing inanimate modelling veterans with those new to the business.

"What's next?" Though I posed this question several times to be met with stoney silence I tried one more time as I rose to leave. 

"Who knows," Stone winked. "Perhaps a naughty firehose calendar."

Could the world's most well known inanimate cover model be joking? Only time will tell.

Monday, 12 June 2017

Scenic Monday, Jun 12 2017

From Heart of the Hydra, in progress


Ka’net’s last day in prison began an hour before breakfast.
He woke with the feeling his sentence would never end, at least not for a few more years. As he moved to the single window of his dark shack, the guards’ lander set down near the end of his street. They came for everyone eventually. Those who soiled the Goddess by taking their own lives were hauled away just as those brave enough to get through each day in the underground prison on Cultos Two. Brave enough to live to face their execution.
Punishment for murder confined him to Cultos Two for twelve years before the end. None in his cadre knew the exact method of execution though speculation included the excess or denial of everything from sex and food to torture and fire.
As the guards fanned out to watch their corners, Ka’net waited to see if the man they came for would step out to meet them or run. Their off-white body armour shone with an enviable clean compared to the rags of the prisoners. Their stun rifles would never kill but could disable a hydren with pain for hours should he interfere with their task. 
The lead guard turned to the end of the street and settled his gaze on Ka’net’s dwelling. Or perhaps the one above. A knot cramped his stomach as he studied the big man’s bluish lips. A Cultos prison guard wouldn’t be a shade addict so Drek heritage provided the most logical explanation. Men from Drek could be brutish and forceful lovers to other men though the few treasured women in a cadre preferred them.
Ka’net stepped two paces to the side and out of the yellowy streetlight. Ten years? No more than eleven. No way they’d be here for him. Not now, not for a long time, but he couldn’t deny his intuition. The Drek would take him.
After emptying his pockets, Ka’net left his shabby home for the perpetual twilight of the underground hole he shared with several thousand others, mostly men. His few possessions would remain behind though he doubted his fellow cadre members would wait for the lander to disappear before they cleaned him out. It made sense. His few belongings would ease the lives of others.
As the guards closed the distance, other men stepped from their doors content they would survive the day and curious to see who would take their last trip to the surface.
“Tarr?” Ka’net called and a blonde head poked from a door up the street. Ka’net grabbed the hem of his shirt and pulled it over his head. Although dirty, his clothes bore less wear than Tarr’s. “Hurry. Change with me.”
He shoved his clothes at Tarr and shivered for an awkward moment as the other man decided whether he’d trade or just take the garments. Tarr decided he had time to strip while the guards were two doors away then bundled up Ka’net’s clothes and ran his bare ass inside. Ka’net finished struggling with the frayed drawstring on Tarr’s patched trousers in time to look up into the Drek’s eyes.
“It’s time, Ka’net,” the guard said. Easily twice as wide as Ka’net or any of the other guards, the Drek only stood a couple of inches taller as a result of growing up on the high-g planet. On either shoulder, gray epaulets hand-embroidered with four thick black lines of rank, denoted the guard’s high status within the prison system.
Executioner.
“Yes,” Ka’net walked into the circle of heavily armed guards and turned his thoughts to the path the lander might take. Twelve years since his eyes last saw daylight. Would it be day when they breached the surface? Even to see it again before whatever end waited would be enough.
Once inside the lander, two guards sat themselves on either side of Ka’net. Each placed the butt of his stun rifle between his feet, stubby barrel toward the ceiling. The Drek left the lander door open before taking the bench seat directly across from Ka’net. He said nothing and didn’t move as the lander took flight. First nose up then it tilted toward the open door side before it eased about and headed back the way it had come.
The Drek smiled, exposing the abnormally long fangs for which the men of his planet were known.
“Do you want to know what happens next?” the Drek asked.
Ka’net shook his head. Hard.
Then he decided after twelve years he wanted to know how much time he had left so he nodded.
“Do you see the carrion birds?” The Drek asked as they broke through to the surface and hot sunlight filled the lander. Ka’net couldn’t be sure what he saw before his eyes snapped shut but they were big.
“They know the lander and gather when it descends,” the Drek shrugged. “When we fly out, they follow close to the surface and wait.”
Painless, Ka’net hoped as the lander continued its slow rise and snorted a rough laugh at the thought of the bones of countless others impaling his body. Nobody in the cadre ever tried to scare him with that particular scenario. The sharp smell of Tarr’s tunic filled his nose. He’d become used to his own stink and dying in the awful smell of another disrespected the Goddess he’d soon see.
The Drek stood and made sure he had Ka’net's attention before slamming the lander door closed.
Ka’net blinked in confusion at the sudden darkness. Seconds later, the lander’s powerful boosters shoved him down. The men to his left and right grunted, sinking into the hard seats but the Drek remained on his feet as if gravity hadn’t just tripled.
“Ka’net, you may yet return to the cadres. A messenger waits for you up on the station. You may still serve your last three years.”
“Uh,” Ka’net grunted as black closed in and the last of his air seeped from his lungs.
Then, as suddenly as their ascent started, the crushing force on Ka’net’s chest disappeared. He choked down bile while grabbing at the guards to keep in his seat. Both kicked off, touched a hand to the roof then floated while he tumbled. He found a couple of hand-holds and clung until he felt his own weight against the floor.
When the lander door opened, Ka’net tightened his grip on the hand-holds since he half expected a void of nothing outside and the desolate surface of Cultos Two to wait expectantly for him below.
Shouts echoed off the bulkheads and collisions of metal ricocheted about, violent impacts very different from stone on stone or flesh collapsing against fist in the cadres. The guards’ heavy steps resonated through the lander as they descended to the deck. Though it sounded like the one from which he departed nine years earlier, Ka’net’s memory still filtered everything through his fear of the future and grief the next word his family would receive about him would be a simple communication stating his execution had been carried out.
“Ka’net?”
The voice outside didn’t belong to the Drek but it could be one of the other guards. The man sounded much older than anyone he’d ever seen in the employ of Cultos Two or wearing the black shoulders of the prison system.
Ka’net found himself on his feet then in the lander doorway, overwhelmed by noise and light. The landing bay stretched further than the low lights of the cadre ever allowed him to see and he swayed as his vestibular system threatened to pitch him to the deck.
“Take your time,” the old voice said and Ka’net choked down a thick swallow. Eyes on the floor, he concentrated on the stairs and the soothing touch of a warm wrinkled hand on his wrist.
“Thank you,” Ka’net said as he flexed his feet. He’d become accustomed to the irregular feel of stone through his thin, prison issued slippers and smiled at the new sensation of uniform metal grooves cross-hatching across the deck. He raised his eyes to the old man and studied his face for only a moment, noting brilliant and alert blue eyes he didn’t expect to see nestled amongst so many wrinkles.
A flash of red caught his eye and with overwhelming embarrassment for failing to notice right away, Ka’net crossed his palms on his chest and bowed to the elderly representative of the Oracle.
“My wise friend,” he stammered, hoping the honorific hadn’t changed then dizziness took him again and dropped him to his knees.
“Gently,” the old man said. He took Ka’net’s hand in his own and smoothed dirt from his skin. “You’ve been summoned before the Oracle, Ka’net. We must hurry. The second cabin aboard my transport is small but we have resupplied with fresh water and it has a private bath. Clean clothes and hot food. Come.”

(c) Elizabeth Munro 2017

Saturday, 2 July 2016

99 Cent Science Fiction and Fantasy Multi Vendor Multi Author Super Sale!


So... it's that time again when the prices drop and YOU get to browse the offerings of over 100 amazing Science Fiction and Fantasy titles all 99 cents each July 2 and 3! You can find Donna Maree HansonHusk ShonaAurora Springer AuthorCarysa LockeAthena GraysonMonica Enderle PierceEd Hoornaert and so many more.




The Chronicles of Anna Deadly Boxed Set is included, all three volumes 99 cents!






Friday, 5 February 2016

Science Fiction and Fantasy Giant Box Set Sale

Hey Pa, git yer clicker!

Science Fiction and Fantasy Giant Box Set Sale




This weekend, pick up my gryphon shifter box set, Taken on the Wing, plus 44 others for 99 cents each. Looking for Zombies? Dystopian? Science Fiction? Elves? Castles and Magic? or Paranormal Romance <--mine

Love a multi-author box set or the whole series in one get cozy in your favourite spot and don't come up for air until the end of the final chapter? Get clicking!

Come find your new favourite author, adore the gorgeous covers, flee from the Zombie hordes, visit a fantastic world where cats rule ancient China and experience gryphon battles in the frozen skies over Jasper, BC <-- mine.



Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Tuesday Teaser! Constant sequel in the works

From Vertigo (working title) the follow up to Constant

“Do you feel this?” Opal strokes her fingers over Max's hip then touches the plasteel of his prosthetic leg where it joins his skin.
“Yes,” he tenses but doesn’t stop her.
“Where?”
“Small of my back.”
“I see,” she kneels and lets her lips trace the path her fingers took. “And here?”
Max’s tongue touches his top teeth and he moves a hand to protect his flank as his breath quickens as she moves above his knee.
“Tickles?” Opal asks.
“It’s not supposed to.”
“But you learn them like they learn you. They’re supposed to provide feedback.”
“Not really tickle, more like prickle but it’s gentle and not unpleasant.”
“So you can tell the difference between me touching you here and touching your side?”
Max nods. He hasn’t let her experiment like this before. Prior to today, he’s shown as much interest in sharing the legs with her as he does his tools.
She continues as Max rolls to his back and strokes her knuckles over the inside of the nearly seamless horizontal cylinder which takes the place his knee.
“Too soon,” Max moans as he draws his toes up.
Confused, Opal repeats the touch with her lips and Max brings his hands down to cup himself.
“I wasn’t touching you there,” she explains and Max raises his head to look.
“You were,” his brow creases so she brushes the inside of his knee with her nose. “That’s interesting.”
“Interesting?” Opal leaves a final kiss on the inside of Max’s knee. “I hope this isn’t the last time I’m interesting.”
“Nope,” Max reaches down and pulls Opal up to his side. She shivers so Max takes a moment to get her covered up and finish shedding his shirt. “I don’t think I’ve seen you tired.”
Opal doesn’t mind the change of subject. Warm and wrapped in Max, she sinks under the weight of sheer exhaustion.
“I don’t know how you do it, Max,” she yawns until spots form around the edges of her vision and she has to breathe. “You’re so good at fixing my bad days. I know I was reinstated and should be happy. I am. You just…remind me what’s best about living again.”

“You do the same for me, Opes,” Max replies. His prosthetic legs feel cool against hers and she sinks into a deep sleep, safe and distant from her long day.

(c) Elizabeth Munro 2016

Sunday, 20 December 2015

SF and Fantasy Set in Canada


My pick list for my 2016 read sf/fantasy set in every province and territory.
Books may appear listed under more than one region if their stories are set in more than one region.
This list is a work in progress, suggestions and corrections are welcome.

British Columbia

Airborne (Matt Cruse, #1)
Kenneth Oppel
http://www.kennethoppel.ca/
Find on Goodreads

Constant
Elizabeth Munro
Partly set in Whistler







Dance of Knives
Donna McMahon

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Dark Resolution
Tyner Gillies

Find on Goodreads
Deadly Expectations (The Chronicles of Anna #1)
Elizabeth Munro
http://www.deadlyexpectations.com
Find on Goodreads

Dreams of Shreds and Tatters
Amanda Downum
http://www.amandadownum.com
Find on Goodreads

Eldorado
Jay Allan Storey
http://jayallanstorey.com
Find on Goodreads
Vancouver







Girlfriend in a Coma
Douglas Coupland
http://coupland.com/
Find on Goodreads

Glimpse (The Dean Curse Chronicles #1)
Steven Whibley

Impact (The Dean Curse Chronicles #3)
Steven Whibley
http://www.stevenwhibley.com
Find on Goodreads

The Night Watch (Resurrection Man #2)
Sean Stewart
http://www.seanstewart.org
Find on Goodreads








Relic (The Dean Curse Chronicles #2)
Steven Whibley
http://www.stevenwhibley.com
Find on Goodreads








Second Childhood
Donna McMahon

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Shaman's Lure
Frank Talaber
http://twosoulmates.wix.com/frankt-author-blog
Find on Goodreads

Smoke and Ashes (Tony Foster #3)
Tanya Huff
http://andpuff.livejournal.com/
Find on Goodreads
Smoke and Mirrors (Tony Foster #2)
Tanya Huff
http://andpuff.livejournal.com/
Find on Goodreads
Smoke and Shadows (Tony Foster #1)
Tanya Huff
http://andpuff.livejournal.com/
Find on Goodreads








Stranger King
Nadia Hutton

Find on Goodreads

Skyfall, Taken on the Wing #2
Elizabeth Munro
www.deadlyexpectations.com
Find on Goodreads


Very Bad Deaths
Spider Robinson
http://www.spiderrobinson.com/
Find on Goodreads








Very Hard Choices
Spider Robinson
http://www.spiderrobinson.com/
Find on Goodreads

Wingspan, Taken on the Wing #1
Elizabeth Munro
www.deadlyexpectations.com
Find on Goodreads
Nanaimo, Parksville, Port Alberni, Tofino, Welch Peak







The Watch
Tyner Gillies

Find on Goodreads








Alberta

Chaos Bound (Mist Warden #1)
Adriaan Brae and Rebecca Brae








Deadly Deceptions (The Chronicles of Anna #2)
Elizabeth Munro

Deadly Expectations (The Chronicles of Anna #1)
Elizabeth Munro
http://www.deadlyexpectations.com
Find on Goodreads








Defining Diana (Steele Chronicles #1)
Hayden Trenholm
http://www.haydentrenholm.com
Find on Goodreads

The Enchantment Emporium (Gale Women #1)
Tanya Huff








Funeral Pallor (Valerie Stevens, #2)
Sean Cummings
http://sean-cummings.ca
Find on Goodreads

The Future Falls (Gale Women #3)
Tanya Huff
Find on Goodreads








The Night Watch (Resurrection Man #2)
Sean Stewart
http://www.seanstewart.org
Find on Goodreads








The North
Sean Cummings
http://sean-cummings.ca
Find on Goodreads

Operation Z-Day, Raven Falconer Chronicles #1
Dennis F Larsen
http://www.thelivinghunger.blogspot.ca
Find on Goodreads








Prairie Fire, The Story of Owen #2
E K Johnston
http://www.ekjohnston.ca
Find on Goodreads








Rise of the Huskers, Raven Falconer Chronicles #2
Dennis F Larsen
http://www.thelivinghunger.blogspot.ca
Find on Goodreads








Scouts of the Apocalypse
Michell Plested
http://www.michellplested.com/
Find on Goodreads

Seeing the Light
EC Bell
http://www.eileenbell.com
Find on Goodreads








Shade Fright (Valerie Stevens, #1)
Sean Cummings
http://sean-cummings.ca
Find on Goodreads

Skyfall, Taken on the Wing #2
Elizabeth Munro
www.deadlyexpectations.com
Find on Goodreads








Stealing Home (Steele Chronicles #3)
Hayden Trenholm
http://www.haydentrenholm.com
Find on Goodreads

Steel Whispers (Steel Chronicles #2)
Hayden Trenholm
http://www.haydentrenholm.com
Find on Goodreads

Thunder Road (Thunder Road #1)
Chadwick Ginther
http://chadwickginther.com/
Find on Goodreads








Tombstone Blues (Thunder Road #2)
Chadwick Ginther
http://chadwickginther.com/
Find on Goodreads








Too Far Gone (Thunder Road #3)
Vengeance Fulfilled, Raven Falconer Chronicles #3
Dennis F Larsen
http://www.thelivinghunger.blogspot.ca
Find on Goodreads








The Wild Ways (Gale Women #2)
Tanya Huff
http://andpuff.livejournal.com/
Find on Goodreads

Wingspan, Taken on the Wing #1
Elizabeth Munro
www.deadlyexpectations.com
Find on Goodreads
Jasper








Saskatchewan

Cave Beneath the Sea (Shards of Excalibur #4)
Edward Willett

The Lake in the Clouds (Shards of Excalibur #3)
Edward Willett
Find on Goodreads








My Zombie Boyfriend (The Undead Canadian, #1)
T. Strange
http://tqstrange.tumblr.com/
Find on Goodreads

Quantum Night
Robert J Sawyer
http://www.sfwriter.com/index.htm
Find on Goodreads








Song of the Sword (Shards of Excalibur #1)
Edward Willett
http://www.edwardwillett.com
Find on Goodreads








Spirit Singer
Edward Willett
http://www.edwardwillett.com
Find on Goodreads

Twist of the Blade (Shards of Excalibur #2)
Edward Willett
http://www.edwardwillett.com
Find on Goodreads

Wingspan, Taken on the Wing #1
Elizabeth Munro
www.deadlyexpectations.com
Find on Goodreads
Saskatoon






Manitoba

Quantum Night
Robert J Sawyer
http://www.sfwriter.com/index.htm
Find on Goodreads








Thunder Road (Thunder Road #1)
Chadwick Ginther
http://chadwickginther.com/
Find on Goodreads








Tombstone Blues (Thunder Road #2)
Chadwick Ginther
http://chadwickginther.com/
Find on Goodreads








Too Far Gone (Thunder Road #3)
Chadwick Ginther
http://chadwickginther.com/
Find on Goodreads







Ontario

Anna Dressed in Blood, Anna #1
Kendare Blake








Bitten (Otherworld #1)
Kelley Armstrong
http://www.kelleyarmstrong.com/
Find on Goodreads

Blood Bank (Vicki Nelson #6)
Tanya Huff
http://andpuff.livejournal.com/
Find on Goodreads

Blood Debt (Vicki Nelson #5)
Tanya Huff
http://andpuff.livejournal.com/
Find on Goodreads

Blood Lines (Vicki Nelson #3)
Tanya Huff
http://andpuff.livejournal.com/
Find on Goodreads








Blood Pact (Vicki Nelson #4)
Tanya Huff
http://andpuff.livejournal.com/
Find on Goodreads

Blood Price (Vicki Nelson #1)
Tanya Huff
http://andpuff.livejournal.com/
Find on Goodreads








Blood Trail (Vicki Nelson #2)
Tanya Huff
http://andpuff.livejournal.com/
Find on Goodreads








Brown Girl in the Ring
Halo Hopkinson
http://nalohopkinson.com/
Find on Goodreads

Calculating God
Robert J Sawyer
http://www.sfwriter.com/index.htm
Find on Goodreads








Dime Store Magic (Otherworld #3)
Kelley Armstrong
http://www.kelleyarmstrong.com/
Find on Goodreads








Drink Down the Moon (Jack of Kinrowan #2)
Charles de Lint
https://www.sfsite.com/charlesdelint/index.html
Find on Goodreads

Ethan Cadfael The Battle Prince
Girl of Nightmares, Anna #2
Kendare Blake








Greenmantle
Charles de Lint
https://www.sfsite.com/charlesdelint/index.html
Find on Goodreads

Hereafter
Samuel Peralta
http://amzn.to/samuelperalta
Find on Goodreads








Hominids (Neanderthal Parallax #1)
Robert J Sawyer
http://www.sfwriter.com/index.htm
Find on Goodreads








Humans (Neanderthal Parallax #2)
Robert J Sawyer
http://www.sfwriter.com/index.htm
Find on Goodreads








Hybrids (Neanderthal Parallax #3)
Robert J Sawyer
http://www.sfwriter.com/index.htm
Find on Goodreads








Jack, the Giant Killer (Jack of Kinrowan #1)
Charles de Lint
https://www.sfsite.com/charlesdelint/index.html
Find on Goodreads

Long Hot Summoning (The Keeper Chronicles #3)
Tanya Huff
http://andpuff.livejournal.com/
Find on Goodreads








Mindscan
Robert J Sawyer
http://www.sfwriter.com/index.htm
Find on Goodreads








Moonheart
Charles de Lint
https://www.sfsite.com/charlesdelint/index.html
Find on Goodreads
Oryx and Crake
Margaret Atwood
http://margaretatwood.ca/
Find on Goodreads








Out of Time
D. G. Laderoute
Find on Goodreads

Rollback
Robert J Sawyer
http://www.sfwriter.com/index.htm
Find on Goodreads

The Second Summoning (The Keeper Chronicles #2)
Tanya Huff
http://andpuff.livejournal.com/
Find on Goodreads








Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town
Cory Doctorow
http://www.craphound.com
Find on Goodreads








Spiritwalk
Charles de Lint
https://www.sfsite.com/charlesdelint/index.html
Find on Goodreads

Stolen (Otherworld #2)
Kelley Armstrong
http://www.kelleyarmstrong.com/
Find on Goodreads

The Story of Owen, The Story of Owen #1
E K Johnston








A Study in Aether
Eric Desmarais
http://www.EricDesmarais.ca
Find on Goodreads



Summon the Keeper (Keeper Chronicles #1)
Tanya Huff
http://andpuff.livejournal.com/
Find on Goodreads








The Terminal Experiment
Robert J Sawyer
http://www.sfwriter.com/index.htm
Find on Goodreads

Undead Redhead
Jen Frankel

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WWW: Wake (WWW #1)
Robert J Sawyer
http://www.sfwriter.com/index.htm
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WWW: Watch (WWW #2)
Robert J Sawyer
http://www.sfwriter.com/index.htm
Find on Goodreads








WWW: Wonder (WWW #3)
Robert J Sawyer
http://www.sfwriter.com/index.htm
Find on Goodreads








Yarrow
Charles de Lint
https://www.sfsite.com/charlesdelint/index.html
Find on Goodreads








Quebec

All Roads Lead to Winger
Mark Fuller Dillon

Chimere
Marcelle Dube








Cycling to Asylum
Su J Sokol
http://www.sujsokol.com
Find on Goodreads

Faith
Samuel Peralta
http://amzn.to/samuelperalta
Find on Goodreads








Playing Solitaire in Playing Solitaire and Other Stories
Mark Shainblum
http://www.northguard.com/mbs
Find on Goodreads








Labrador and Newfoundland

The Chrysalids
John Wyndham
Find on Goodreads







Dark Whispers, Spirit Caller #2
Krista D Ball
http://www.kristadball.com
Find on Goodreads








Knight Shift, Spirit Caller #3
Krista D Ball
http://www.kristadball.com
Find on Goodreads








Mystery Knight, Spirit Caller #4
Krista D Ball
http://www.kristadball.com
Find on Goodreads

Spirits Rising, Spirit Caller #1
Krista D Ball
http://www.kristadball.com
Find on Goodreads








Nova Scotia

Mindkiller, Lifehouse #1
Spider Robinson
http://www.spiderrobinson.com/
Find on Goodreads








Time Pressure, Lifehouse #2
Spider Robinson
http://www.spiderrobinson.com/
Find on Goodreads








Lifehouse, Lifehouse #3
Spider Robinson
http://www.spiderrobinson.com/
Find on Goodreads







New Brunswick

Prairie Fire, The Story of Owen #2
E K Johnston
http://www.ekjohnston.ca
Find on Goodreads







PEI

The Ghost Boy of MacKenzie House
Patti Larsen

The Last Wild Boy
Hugh MacDonald


The Troop
Nick Cutter
http://www.thetroopbook.com
Find on Goodreads









A Time and Place, Joe Mahoney, expected 2016

NWT

The River
Cheryl Kaye Tardif
http://www.cherylktardif.com
Find on Goodreads



The Gaslight Dogs
Karin Lowachee
http://www.karinlowachee.com/
Find on Goodreads







Nunavut

Frost
Nicole Luiken
http://nicoleluiken.com/
Find on Goodreads








Yukon

Ghosts of Morocco
Marcelle Dube
http://www.marcellemdube.com/
Find on Goodreads








Anthologies and Collections

Clockwork Canada
Dominic Parisien (Editor)
https://www.blackgate.com/2015/12/16/cover-reveal-clockwork-canada-steampunk-fiction-edited-by-dominik-parisien/
Find on Goodreads



Fractured: Tales of the Canadian Post Apocalypse
Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Editor
http://www.silviamoreno-garcia.com/blog/
Find on Goodreads








Dead North: Canadian Zombie Fiction
Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Editor
http://www.silviamoreno-garcia.com/blog/
Find on Goodreads