The reviews just keep coming for Manifesto UF. It was amazing to get to work with so many talented authors and Tim and Tyson did a great job of pulling all the stories together.
This review is from Fantasy Book Critic. If you like to read genre books, the FBC is a terrific place to go to learn about new books and authors.
Also, if you are still not quite sure about Manifesto UF, there are multiple reviews and comments on Amazon.com and Goodreads.
Fantasy Book Critic review of Manifesto UF
The reviews keep rolling in for Manifesto UF. Here is another one that came in today and I am very happy that this one also mentions my work, “Rev,” by name and even has a small quote.
The Founding Fields review of Manifesto UF
It has been a busy week but I promise to post about the ongoing Franzen Feud that has seemingly taken over most of the author sites that I follow.
Thank you to everyone who has purchased a copy of the urban fantasy anthology, Manifesto UF. Editor Tim Marquitz just informed me that it has climbed all the way to #3 on the Amazon anthology list.
For those of you who are traditional paper readers (and generally speaking I count myself in that group as well), we should know about hard print copies next week.
On a different note, I hope to have more exciting news to report in a couple of days.
I am excited to announce that my short story “Rev” leads off the anthology Manifesto UF. I was caught a little by surprise on this release because the initial date was intended to be September 1 but Amazon released the Kindle edition early. Whether you already like urban fantasy or are just looking into the genre, this anthology gives a wide range of terrific stories. From the publisher:
Our latest anthology, Manifesto UF, edited by Tim Marquitz and Tyson Mauermann, is now available on both Amazon and Smashwords.
From angels to vampires, dragons to wizards, Manifesto brings together twenty-three stories full of action, snark, and unadulterated badassery.
Featuring stories from Lucy A. Snyder, Jeff Salyards, William Meikle, Teresa Frohock, Zachary Jernigan, Betsy Dornbusch, and more.The time has come to make a statement, to define a genre. This is our manifesto.
If you’re a fan of Urban Fantasy, this one’s for you. If you’ve never tried Urban Fantasy, this is for you also. Tim & Ty have gathered together some masters of the genre as well as some gifted newcomers. And the stories are diverse enough to satisfy a wide range of tastes.