Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Timeless: YA Historical Anthology

So by now, if you follow me on Facebook or Twitter, you've probably heard my exciting book news. See the gorgeous cover below? Timeless is a YA Historical Anthology of short stories. And "Stella's Hero," the short story I wrote with my friend Ansha Kotyk is included.

It all started when our friends Joyce Shor Johnson and Jennifer Carson announced their call for submissions for an anthology for their new small press, Pugalicious Press. Ansha and I were both working on other things, but we wanted to write something together. And we wanted to write something for Pugalicious. Stella came out of a marathon brainstorm session. She and Chang Jie came to life over the course of about a week. And then three more weeks of revision. Yup, from start to finish, about four weeks.

We love Jie and Stella. We hope you will, too. And the rest of the stories are fabulous also! Stay tuned for contests and blog hopping as we promote. If you're interested in reviewing a copy of the anthology, let me know and I'll put you in touch with Joyce.

Timeless for Kindle and Timeless for Nook

Love stories that transcend time. From a thousand years ago to the unknown future, Timeless will show how love is timeless. This anthology of love stories contains "The Storyteller's Daughter" by Gayle C. Krause, "And The Nightingale Sang" by Kip Wilson, "A Light Of Victory" by Jennifer Carson, "The Angel Of The Bastille" by J.R. Sparlin, "Stella's Hero" by Kristine Carlson Asselin & Ansha Kotyk, "In This Moment" by D. E. Atwood, and "It Lies Beneath" by Magda Knight.

These are a few pictures that inspired us as we were writing. 


Laura Pauling said...

Very cool. This is a wonderful love story that readers will really enjoy!

Ansha Kotyk said...

I loved researching and writing this story with you Kris! I hope everyone enjoys it as much as we do.

LTM said...

That really is a gorgeous cover! Congrats on being included~ :o) <3

Heather Kelly said...

Congrats! That's awesome! I can't wait to read it. There's nothing like collaboration to get the creative juices flowing. :)