To celebrate, I've decided to self-publish another small novel, Ox Crossing Drawbridge. It's got mermaids having a sackrace, a human cow, two pails of milk, heavily-armed cyborgs and a hologram with a moustache and a book of matches. It's about a population's shift from a genuinely humane and egalitarian society to a cold capitalist system, the loss of identity and the inability to return thereafter. I guess. I don't ever think I'd've ever seen it published anyway, so what the heck. Here it is.
I just learned Pangur Ban Party will be publishing my small novel, The Dying Bloom, as an e-book some time in the next few months. It will be my first published novel. It's about things, like the end of the world, family, cannibalism, auto-cannibalism, a potential frostbite epidemic, a child's interpretation of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, and teenagers on hallucinogens playing a piano with sledgehammers during a fatal trip to Antarctica. I think.