Songs of the Amaranthine, #3

Songs of the Amaranthine is a collection of short stories set in Forthright’s Amaranthine universe. Before the Emergence, the clans were nothing more than whispers and mysteries and legends and lore. But every so often—in out-of-the-way places or shockingly close to home—an unsuspecting person stumbled into a fateful encounter with someone who was decidedly other. An eclectic collection, spanning continents and centuries. Tales of adventure, discovery, friendship, rescue, belonging, and love. Each short story stands alone and can be read in any order.

He had one job. Becoming a family pet wasn’t it.

Songs of the Amaranthine 03, Dragged through Hedgerows

Dragged through Hedgerows. For the sake of his people, Daroo-fen has lived among humans, working as a lawyer in a little mountain town. He’s vowed to protect the surrounding woodlands, no matter the cost. But in the course of duty, he meets a man who needs help … and a friend. Too long a loner, Daroo cannot keep away, but there’s a fine line between getting close and getting too close. If the Cooper family finds out his secret, two worlds might brand the wolf a traitor.

October 4, 2019

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  • This short story should start showing up is now on Goodreads, so you’ll be able to shelve it. It’s live on Amazon, so you can pre-order it there now.
  • Yes, it will be available on other platforms as well. (Probably not until September, though.)
  • Yes, this story will eventually be in print. I’ll be collecting four short stories into an anthology. If all goes according to plan (and sometimes it does) that will release early next year.
  • You can ask me stuff about the upcoming story (it never hurts to ask), but I usually don’t say much. I’m a big fan of letting my stories speak for themselves. ::twinkle::

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Songs 01, 02, 03

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9 thoughts on “Songs of the Amaranthine, #3

  1. Are there going to be four total, or perhaps 8? Do you have that planned out, or are you deciding as you go?

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