A Brief Introduction To The Gentle Art Of Paleopaccatumology

Sins Of The PastToday the collection Sins Of The Past went live on Amazon. (Clicky on the piccy to buy your own copy.)

I want to give my thanks to Chasity Nicole and Debbie Manber Kupfer for selecting my story “We Pass From View” to be included.

This is the second time that I have been published in a short story collection, so I now have a “Collections In Which My Work Appears” section on my Buy My Books page.

I really liked the theme of this collection, which is horror stories set in the past.  (Mine cheats a little bit–it’s set in the present day, but it’s an interview with someone who is remembering events from the 1960’s).

As with Fauxpocalypse, this collection was conceived on the internet and put together via e-mail.  I did get to meet one of the other contributors in person Wednesday night, and I’ve known Debbie for a while, but most of us have never met in person.

I think that’s wonderful.  One person had an idea and told it to a bunch of other people, and writers and editors started talking and–after a lot of hard work–here we have a book.


About MishaBurnett

I am the author of "Catskinner's Book", a science fiction novel available on Amazon Kindle. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008MPNBNS
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One Response to A Brief Introduction To The Gentle Art Of Paleopaccatumology

  1. paws4puzzles says:

    Reblogged this on Paws4Thought and commented:
    Release day of Sins of the Past – here’s Misha!

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