"Tales of Eve", edited by the lovely Anne-Mhairi Simpson, and published by Fox Spirit Books, features lots of fab and different stories by these awesome authors: Adrian Tchaikovsky, Ren Warom, Paul Weimer, Andrew Reid, Fran Terminiello, Juliet E McKenna, Alasdair Stuart, Colum Paget, Rob Haines, and ME*!! *g*
Weird Science, Stepford Wives, that episode of Buffy the Vampire
Genre fiction abounds with tales of men creating (or attempting
to create) the perfect woman.
Now it’s the woman’s turn. But being female, she’s flexible. She
doesn’t just want to create the perfect man. She wants the perfect
companion, be it man, beast or washing machine.
My story is - Mother Knows Best - and Mhairi says of it in her introduction: Mother Knows Best had me laughing out loud. Suzanne McLeod's magical story of one woman trying to live her life while dealing with motherly machinations is brilliantly entertaining and I'm sure most readers, of either gender, will be able to relate. (Thanks, Mhairi!)
I had a lot of fun writing this, and I hope any readers have as much enjoyment with it as I did!
(p.s. It's not a Spellcrackers story,
but a stand alone set in a different world :-)) Available to buy in various
e-formats here and at Amazon UK and Amazon US in print and Kindle)
Kindle US is available but I can't link to it because I'm in the UK :-)