It’s almost here!


That’s right, the release of A World of Their Own is fast approaching!  After years of writing and editing and planning and editing and arting and editing one more time, I’m proud to announce that the Alliance of Worldbuilders has, at long last, chosen a release date for our first anthology.  Available in print and e-versions, you can get your copy on September 4.

This book is chock full of stories set in all kinds of fantastic places and featuring all kinds of creatures.  It’s got angels, dragons, vampires, dwarves, and much, much more.  You won’t want to miss this!

All proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to the World Literacy Foundation in honor of our fallen comrade, Lindsey J. Parsons.  She was a fantastic author, archer, artist, and friend, and we miss her dearly.

We’re planning all sorts of fun things for the release, including a Facebook party that you can join now, so stay tuned!

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24 thoughts on “It’s almost here!

    • Kay Kauffman says:

      Thanks, Ashen! We’re pretty excited about it. We were, indeed, called the Alliance of Worldbuilders on authonomy. As a matter of fact, this anthology has been in the works since autho days – I think the idea was first mentioned on our second thread, before it broke the servers. 🙂 It feels amazingly fantastic to know that all our work and plans are finally coming to fruition. 🙂

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      • courseofmirrors says:

        Ah thought so. At the time I was part of another thread on authonomy, which produced ‘Rambling Poets at Cafe Cyber.’ Collating and launching the book was mainly done by Zan Mc Dowell, Mary Linda Miller and Quenntis Ashby. It’s a great book for wordhunters 🙂

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