Strange Halloween in Print

Strange Halloween, the sci-fi fantasy anthology from Whortleberry Press is now available. My story in this collection is “Black and Silver,” referring to the SS in World War II. But this is not a war story by any means. It’s a cooking story. Yes, there is a bit of raising the dead in keeping with the season, but the protagonist of this tale is an elderly cook . . . who finds herself at odds with the SS (as many people did at the time). This story takes place in the same alternate WWII reality as Reichsblood, the 150,000-word manuscript that Baen Books is currently considering for publlication (see prior post). There is also some character overlap — this same cook has a brief appearance in the novel.

A preview of the anthology and the ability to order it can be found at:

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