New Vampire Story (Further Adventures, part 4)

Ready for a light bit of poolside reading?  Further Adventures part four is here!   Sunrise on Running Water is the latest offering, and Barbara describes it:  “This is my vampire-on-the-Titanic story, which appeared in Dark Delicacies II in 2007. I re-read it yesterday and still think it’s pretty funny. Don Simon Ysidro makes a VERY brief cameo appearance.”  I never saw this when it came out the first time, but in case you have a copy already, the story is the same.

 

She also says she’s working on a new Antryg story.  Yes!!  Write faster!

 

Sunrise on Running Water (and all the other stories) are available in pdf, epub, and mobi formats.  Enjoy!

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  2. I would love to hear the Benjamin January series on audio!!!

  3. Why no mention of Blood Maidens on the Books List?
    Because the list is hopelessly outdated!

  4. Hi! Um, this isn’t really the right place to ask, but… will Ms. Hambly be appearing anyplace anytime in the next year? The convention/signing page is slightly behind-times. :)

    Yeah, I need to take the old pages down…I will ask Barbara if she has an updated list of cons – I think there are a couple she’s planning for.

  5. Are there plans to release Barbara’s novels in audible format? Only a couple Star Wars stories are now available, that I can find. I’d love to be able to listen to Antryg and Joanna at the gym. . .
    Thanks!

    1. Yeah. Audiobooks would be great!

      This must be AudioBook Week or something, I’ve had several queries about audiobooks. Sadly, it’s just the Star Wars ones as far as I know. Most publishers aren’t going to put production and distribution money into audiobooks unless they have a known large audience. If I hear of any plans for more, I’ll post something. ty-Deb

  6. I would love to read more Antryg. The Windrose Chronicles are some of my favorite books :)

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