A tale by Chris included in each volume of short stories
The Tarot, a powerful divination artifact, has appeared in the Sixth World. It works its will on anyone who finds one of its mystical cards, from runners surviving on the street to corp executives battling in the boardroom. And not just people’s lives will be changed, for the Awakened Tarot deck is more than just a formidable magic item, it has an agenda all its own, and will use those it comes in contact with to set its plans in motion…
Look for Dia de Los Muertos, by Chris A. Jackson
The Sixth World is a dangerous place, with deadly hazards lurking around every corner. Everywhere shadowrunners go, from the top of the world to the deepest, darkest Sprawl neighborhood, someone’s always looking to make their rep by taking you down.
Look for Sweating Bullets, by Chris A. Jackson
If women in fantasy are capable and intelligent enough to lead in battle, wouldn’t they also be intelligent enough to protect their abdomens, tier their hair back, and cover their faces in battle? Edited by Ed Greenwood and Gabrielle Harbowy, this anthology of short stories showcases an already empowered female warrior who knows how to handle herself in battle. Take charge of your fantasy reading with Women In Practical Armor.
Look for First Command, by Chris A. Jackson
It’s full of magic and pirates, and is a treasure you’ll want to keep. Arrr, matey!
Our story here is a prequel to the Scimitar Seas Novels.
Look for Blood of the Hydra, by Chris A. Jackson and Anne L. McMillen-Jackson
Heroes can save the world, but villains can CHANGE it. We’ve assembled a great mix of science fiction, fantasy, and speculative fiction. Come with us while we explore villains of all stripes — sons and daughters, lovers and fighters, minions and masterminds, in this giant volume of thirty great stories by award winners, rising stars, and bold new voices.
Look for Home Again, Home Again (Another Mid-Death Crisis), by Chris A. Jackson
When the epic battle, the mission, the quest are over, can a hero go home again? Is she too changed to resume where she left off…or is the life he left behind is no longer waiting for him? In When the Hero Comes Home, these questions are addressed in nineteen powerful stories by some of today’s top and up-and-coming fantasy and science fiction writers. Edited by Gabrielle Harbowy and Ed Greenwood. Published by Dragon Moon Press.
Look for Scar Tissue, by Chris A. Jackson