More Stories from Nottingham!

My favorite band of outlaws is up to more mischief. First, I want to let you know that the audiobook for Nottingham is almost finished, and the narrator has absolutely blown me away with her rendition. I’ve been proofing files on my daily hikes with my dog, and she’s been transporting me back to that world with the joy of a reader–instead of the cringing “did I write that oh my god someone smite me please” feeling I sometimes get when rereading my work. I don’t have an official release date for the audiobook, but definitely some time this summer. 😀

Nottingham is also up for several awards this summer. This story is close to my heart for many reasons, and discovering that it means something to others is such a gift. I am humbled by your support and continued enthusiasm for my stories!

There is also super secret Nottingham news that I won’t be able to talk about for who knows how long (and it might also never come to pass). Just know that I’m over here, chewing on things I can’t reveal…

All this is to say that I’ve had Nottingham on the brain, and as a result, I’ve dipped back into that world on Patreon. This month’s story was a short about Midge and Little John, and I’m working on a story about Nun Tuck, with more to come. If this sounds like something you’re interested in, consider checking it out!

Midge. Feral as a fox most days, yet there was a gentleness that nonetheless clung to the edges of her, blurred like a shape seen through flame. He wanted to hone that edge, if only to feel it pressed against his throat as a reminder there were things it was better not to want.”

‘By the Light of the Forge’ by Anna Burke


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