I'm pleased to announce that "City of Dis" has gone live at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords.
For those who haven't seen it, here's the story description:
For Colbie Moss, being the undead avatar of a Norse Fate might not be enough to get her into the T and back out with her undeath intact. Somewhere in the heart of the gang-infested apartment building is a mythic blade she has already killed to recover. Colbie has called upon the aid of a seid-witch and a demonologist, but she has no idea how much she’s going to need them or that one of them has his own reasons for helping her. Will it come down again to a trade of blood for a friend’s soul? To retrieve the blade and save someone she loves, her choice is a deal with a demon or a deal with a devil. It would be an easier decision if one of them wasn’t her ex-husband.
“City of Dis” is an Urban Midgard short story, approximately 11,900 words (or roughly 40 pages) of urban fantasy with a noir sensibility. It continues the events of the short story “Dis” but is intended to stand alone.
The story is available for 99 cents (or the equivalent in pounds or euros) at Amazon, Amazon UK, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords.
In my last post I also mentioned the cover for The Norn Convergence. Yesterday, I got to see the preliminary sketches. There is still work to be done on them, but I'm already very happy with certain aspects of the concept (like an ash tree covered with runes).
I'll end this post with the video for Florence + The Machine's new song Shake It Out. Jeez, listening to this, it could have been written for "City of Dis".