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Carlie St. George
I hopped up on his desk, taking a closer look at the shoe. “Go on,” I said. “Might as well tell me the tale.”
|What I Write||
Fairy tales turned on their head. Murder mysteries. Stories about dangerous women.
“If We Survive The Night” – The Dark (March 2017)
“Every Day is the Full Moon” – Lightspeed (December 2016)
“The Elixir of the Not-So-Disgusting Death Smell” – Mothership Zeta (January 2016)
“The Long and Silent Ever After” – The Book Smugglers (December 2015)
“The Price You Pay is Red” – The Book Smugglers (November 2015)
“The Case of the Little Bloody Slipper” – The Book Smugglers (October 2015)
(A complete list of published works can be found here.)
In 2015, I published three novelettes, The Spindle City series, at The Book Smugglers (linked above). These stories are mash-ups of fairy tales and hardboiled noir and throw our heroes (Jimmy Prince, reckless P.I., and Jack, his level-headed Girl Friday) headfirst into all kinds of trouble: assassins, mobsters, illness, corruption, and their own dark pasts coming back to haunt them. Now I’m turning those stories into a novel.
Any money I can raise for Clarion West sounds like a good amount of money to me. As far as incentives go: