These stories are like a disease -- only one you wouldn't mind catching. Mint-addicted aliens. Talking horses. Little girls in wheelchairs who get the chance to pilot starships. Odd little jade carvers who save the last great Mayan city by magic. A sexy wolf girl who saves a teddy bear boy and her clown boyfriendas heart. A famous director who cloned herself and now is dying of cancer, only sheas raised her clone like a normal child. Guys at the end of the world who discover theyare not the worldas greatest poet, theyare about as bad as it gets. Fourteen stories by award-winning science fiction and fantasy writer Amy Sterling Casil. This 138, 000 word collection contains an introduction from the author, three never-before-published stories, Nebula Award-nominated and other award-winning stories, F a SF cover stories, and qfavorite stories of the monthq from a variety of publications. qAmy writes like Ray Bradbury on real sci-fi.q -Tom Easton, ANALOG SF qAmy simply shimmers, q -Scott Nicholson, Kindle Bestselling author, Writers of the Future Grand Prize winnerIntroduction. Dona#39;t feelsorry forme. Ia#39;ve been this way my whole life. I cana#39;t help thinking upvicious games tothe death with aliens who look like characters from the toddler game aCandyland.a These storiesare like a disease aonly one youanbsp;...
|Title||:||Female Science Fiction Writer|
|Author||:||Amy Sterling Casil|
|Publisher||:||Chameleon Publishing Inc - 2015-02-08|