My novelette-length short story, Sindisiwe, was released by Xchyler Publishing June 27, 2015, in the new Steampunk anthology.
My story is Sindisiwe: A slave girl in Zanzibar escapes a beating when a stranger in the marketplace proves her past is more than just a fairy tale.
Here are the wonderful authors and titles sharing the anthology:
Katherine Cowley, The Clockwork Seer
On an island of oddities, a young clairvoyant struggles for normalcy, but deadly automatons have other plans.
TC Phillips, Stand and Deliver
Neither shackles, slave labor, nor the island’s deadliest inhabitants will prevent these brothers from meting out justice to their father’s murderers.
C.R. Simper, Island Walker
Kit digs her treasures out of trash heaps, but the theft of her invention leads to discoveries money can’t buy.
Kin Law, The Mysterious Island of Chester Morrison
Dodging her chaperone, a debutante stumbles into adventure and romance at the World’s Fair.
Danielle E. Shipley, A Mind Prone To Wander
Beyond a locked door lies Rowan Charles’ death or his sanity, and the survival or extinction of his people.
Sarah E. Seeley, Curio Cay
The future of humanity rests in the hands of three time-traveling scientists battling biomechanical creatures in the Jurassic past.
John M. Olsen, Revolutionary
A dirigible captain goes down with his ship, and wakes to find himself a captive of a sky-dwelling civilization.
Gail B. Williams, The Steel Inside
Darkness lurks in Sarah’s forgotten past, kept hidden by those who claim to be her devoted husband and loyal servants.