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Author has written 35 stories for Romance, Fantasy, Young Adult, General, and Supernatural.
Can I just apologize for the fact that FictionPress stole all my scene breaks? I'm rather upset with them, but the thought of going back and replacing all the breaks makes me want to cry. So I'm sorry that the scene breaks are gone and the flow of the stories is hopelessly mangled. Blame the site updates. New stories will still have them.
There's more stuff on my LJ, and if you want to take a peek, the link is my 'homepage' link above.
Black Fox has been renamed Foxhart and is now available from Prizm Press, which is an imprint of Torquere Books. You can google it along with my name (A R Jarvis), or find it on your favorite bookselling website.
Under the Sun and Moon is available from Amazon for the kindle, from Lulu.com on paper, or as a .pdf file on etsy.com (shop is quisfairytales). Under the Sun and Moon includes 12 tales, eleven of which were in my fairy tale collections, and one of which is entirely new and available only through buying the full volume.
Fairies, Princes and Fairy Princes is also available on the kindle from Amazon, on paper from Lulu.com, and as a .pdf file in the Etsy.com shop "quisfairytales". It has a dozen fairy tales, including The Doll in the Grass and eleven others that used to be in my 'East o'the Moon' collection.
Snow Prince is currently only available on the kindle, although it's in the 'Kindle Select' program, so you can borrow it for free if you're an Amazon Prime member. I also have a .pdf and an .epub for it, but those won't be available until March, when they'll be available from quisfairytales.Etsy.com. Summary: Classic winter and Christmas stories tangled together into an adorable gay romance. The first chapter, bonus stories and a spoiler-style summary are still available here, since the bonuses didn't get into the ebook, but I can't leave them here without an explanation...
Almost all my fairy tales are available as .pdf files from my online store: quisfairytales.etsy.com. Two of the stories offered there--Morozko (rated R) and Einar--are not available on Fiction Press, to entice you to buy stuff. For an extra 15 percent off, type 'espin' into the coupon code box during checkout.
It should also be mentioned that I put a novella-thing in an anthology published by Less Than Three Press. It's in the book called 'Fairy Tales Slashed 3', which you are welcome to find at your favorite online book seller. The story is a ...remix of Moth to the Flame. Where 'remix' means I just stole the names and title for a very different story.
Otherwise, keep reading, keep reviewing and keep being awesome,
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