Fable, the altered fairytale anthology is the debut release for Iron Faerie Publishing and features sixteen stories by sixteen different authors.
My story, Stealing Beauty, a alternative retelling of Beauty and the Beast, is one of the stories featured.
It all began Once Upon A Time… Only these aren’t the fairytales you grew up with.
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The anthology, featuring my short story, Stealing Beauty, is currently sitting at #95 for Fantasy Anthologies.
It’s really exciting and I can’t wait for Release Day on Friday!
So, please if you haven’t… PREORDER a copy of Fable now. Myself and the 15 other authors would love to see this anthology reach new heights!
Fable, the debut anthology from Iron Faerie Publishing is available to PREORDER!
My short story, Stealing Beauty, is one of sixteen stories featured within and is a retelling of Beauty and the Beast with a bit of a twist to it.
It’s just over 3000 words and tells the story of Isabel who swaps places with her father, who was imprisoned for stealing a rose. Not longer after meeting the man who holds her captive, it is revealed that not only is he cursed but she is as well. Both victims of an enchantress who has cursed the entire town for their wrongdoings, no matter how slight.
It comes out officially on the 5 July 2019.
🦋✨Cover Reveal✨ 🦋
My short story, Beauty, which is my own take on Beauty and the Beast appears within its pages!!! 🥀
I cannot wait to share it! It’s so pretty 🥰
Fable, the debut anthology from Iron Faerie Publishing is compiled by Stacey Jaine McIntosh.
This anthology features 16 authors who have each weaved their own take on a fairytale, each with their own unique twist.
It’s set to release on the 5th of July, so keep an eye out for this and be sure to grab a copy when it drops!
Purchase links to follow once they become available.
I thought I’d put it out there that Iron Faerie Publishing has a few Submission Calls currently open. The latest of which is…
They are seeking stories about faeries from Irish, English, Welsh and Scottish origins be they from the Seelie or Unseelie Court or the unaligned. Dark and Light elves are also welcome, as well as the more domesticated (household) fey.
Genres wanted are urban fantasy and paranormal or dark paranormal fantasy. No horror.
Word Count: 2000 to 4000 (No stories over 4,000 or under 2,000 words will be accepted)
Submissions Close: 1st August 2019 or UNTIL FULL
Response Time : within 3 weeks after submissions close.
Compensation: A Contributors Copy (eBook)
Reprints Accepted: No
Estimated Release Date is TBA!
So, what are you waiting for? Get writing!
Why writing isn’t a chore… and yet I have a list of things to keep me going through to the end of April. And I totally love it, despite how overwhelming it gets some days.
I spent the day organising my writing related to-do list, in between household chores and begging the Gods that it didn’t rain so the washing I had out on the line could actually have a chance to dry, whilst wishing like mad I had a dryer that worked, of course. It’s still not dry…
This is what I have so far… and I swear there’s things I’ve forgotten, so this list will likely be added to over the next few days.
Did I mention I’m trying to keep myself accountable this year? Well I am!
- Add new words added to a story story. The word count minimum of which is a self imposed 2000, for an Iron Faerie Publishing anthology submission.
- Add new words to a short story. The word count minimum is 7000 and my current count is 4025.
- Edit and submit two drabbles for consideration into a Black Hare Press anthology.
- Organise my poems. Would you believe most are stored in the notes app on my phone? Backed up of course but still.
- Write more poetry. It should be simple but I get so caught up in my short story submissions that I forget to flex my poetry muscles.
Edit an author interview I completed for The Horror Tree, ready to send off Wednesday morning.
Edit short stories. Which short stories? I couldn’t tell you. There’s the several I’ve written in the first quarter of the year that haven’t been sent into anthologies, so I should probably start there…
What’s on your to do list? Anything exciting? My mundane chore list isn’t as exciting as my writing one, but I’ll leave you with the image that is a household of 6 and no dishwasher. Yes, there’s tears and they’re usually all mine.