Familienkutsche featured at Kobo Next and other news

Familienkutsche, the German version of my crime short Family Car, is a featured selection at Kobo Next, Kobo’s own promo site, this week, along with a whole lot of other good books such as When the Music’s Over by German SF writer Myra Çakan.

If you’re waiting for more German language books, I have a new one in publishing right now and hope to announce it in time for the anniversary tomorrow, e-book vendor gods willing.

In the meantime, I’ve got a profile on the new social network tsu (where you can get a sneak peak at the new German book), so drop by, if you’re there. What is tsu? Here is an explanation.

Finally, Heidi Garrett, Jessica Rydill and myself keep posting all sorts of interesting content at the Speculative Fiction Showcase, so check it out, if you haven’t already.

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3 Responses to Familienkutsche featured at Kobo Next and other news

  1. Sherwood Smith says:

    Got any German humorous ones in the pipeline?

    • Cora says:

      I’ve got a humorous German-language Christmas story coming up later this month, which ought to be right down your alley. But first, I wanted to get Auf der anderen Seite des Vorhangs out in time for the 25th anniversary of the Fall of the Wall.

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