I have a story in an upcoming charity anthology called Something To Take On The Trip, edited by Stella Wilkinson. Like everybody else involved in the anthology, I donated the story to raise funds for Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal, a charity to benefit a children’s hospital in Bristol.
The anthology comes out at the end of March and I will of course provide a link, as soon as it’s available. In the meantime, I and several of the other authors involved in the anthology have been interviewed by Frank Zubek at What Brick Wall?. And if you’ll check the list of contributors, you’ll also notice some rather famous names.
And just in case you need something to read while waiting for the new anthology, you can always pick up the previous two volumes in the series, Something to Read on the Ride and Something for the Journey, in which I have a story as well.
I know that some of my regular readers are also interested in German language books, so here’s something for you.
Open Minds a.k.a. Gefährliche Gedanken, the first volume in Susan Kaye Quinn’s Mindjack trilogy is now available in German, translated by Michael Drecker. It’s available for 99 cents at Amazon Germany as well as Amazon.com for international readers and of course elsewhere. However, the introductory price is valid only until March 19, so you’d better hurry.
Susan Kaye Quinn also has an post about the process of finding her translator at her blog, which is interesting reading for every author considering going the same route.