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Cover reveal: Fly By Night by Narrelle M Harris

Thanks to the generosity of my supporters at Patreon, I am re-releasing edited versions of my early novellas, Fly By Night and Sacrifice.

The first, Fly By Night, will soon be re-released with this brand new cover art by Willsin Rowe!

In this cover are Frank Capriano, his boyfriend Milo Bertolone, who play music together as Duo Ex Machina. The novella is set in Fremantle, pictured behind them.

I can’t tell you the parts played by the cracked glass and the crayfishing boat because Spoilers, sweetie.

Willsin has previously done wonderful work with my books and stories at Clan Destine Press. His is the marvellous eye behind the covers for Ravenfall, Near Miss and the Secret Agents, Secret Lives series.

If you support me at Patreon at the $1 level or above, a copy of Fly By Night will be yours as soon as the e-book files are ready. Otherwise, the book will be officially re-released a week or two later. I’ll make an announcement here when that happens!

New release: Myths, Monsters, Mutations

The fine people at Jay Henge have brought out another specfic anthology in time for the holidays!

The blurb for Myths, Monsters, Mutatations is:

Myths, tales of monsters, mutations of what’s real. Our entire history of storytelling, of myth and lore, of what we pass on to our children, and share around the campfire, has included stories of monsters. From the bogey-men and devils who will eat you if you go out at night, to the gods and demigods waiting to be offended by some small slight, to the sinister mutations and impostors who try to fool us, to the monsters we harbor deep in our own hearts—all find a place within these pages.

My contributions is a short office horror story called ‘Passive Aggressive’, about the insidious evil of passive aggression in offices…

Angie feels her blood vibrating like water on the skin of a drum. A timpani throb. She feels full of tremors.
She feels hollow.
The hollowness is singing.

Buy Myths, Monsters, Mutations