The Slave Factory is a short book by me, published at the beginning of this year by Martian Lit. It's 60 pages in print and 99 cents on Kindle.
Response to it, both critically and commercially, has been strong. And I just love the format. It's a quick read on Kindle, but enough to really feel substantial. And I absolutely love it as a floppy little book.
So we're doing it again. Its successor is titled Shedding Skin: Two Tales of Horror and Identity. It's in the same format. Only it has two stories, instead of one. And they're in the horror genre, instead of being historical fiction. (And like everything I've been publishing lately, the work's been written for literally years, and I'm just editing them for publication.)
Here's the cover:
Shedding Skin is set for publication later this month. Yes, that means I should have two books published in April -- including the full-length novel Nira/Sussa, some 12 years in the making.