Sale from May 1st-3rd at Furplanet – buy my stuff!

Oh, hi there. Would you like to save ten percent off the purchase of everything I’ve written in print to date?

You would?


Furplanet’s holding a sale from May 1st to May 3rd, with the checkout code ‘OUTDOOR’. Now, while you could use this opportunity to buy everything else Furplanet sells as well as my own work, you and I both know that all you really want is my stuff. (And maybe the other cupcake novellas.)


In rough chronological order, you can get your hands on:

A non-fiction column being angsty about what ‘furry’ as a genre is all about, in New Fables 2009.

A story about one of those Thylacine sisters, Jane, and her problems with dick, in ‘Dick and Jane’, from Heat #6.

A story about a cloned dog-soldier not quite ready for the war that is a normal childhood and growing up, in ‘War Dog’, from New Fables 2010.

A story about yet another of those Thylacine sisters, Jill, and her trouble with casual fling number 49, in ‘Jill’s 49th’, from Heat #8.

A story about a cloned rabbit-nurse not quite ready for the war that is an abnormal patient by the name of Marika Estian, a girl with bite, in ‘Tuesday’s Child’, from The Fortune Teller’s Poem.

Yet another story about one of those Thylacine sisters, Jade, and her trouble with just about everything other than Martini olives and casual sex, in ‘Dangerous Jade’, which is my cupcake novella and completely awesome and you should totally buy it, no, seriously.

And, of course, if these are books and stories you’ve read and enjoyed, even if you got them from another vendor, please feel encouraged to leave reviews to help others decide whether or not the books are for them.

The other cupcake novellas, which I can recommend, are Bridges, The Peculiar Quandary of Simon Canopus Artyle, and Science Friction.


And don’t forget your ten percent off, courtesy Furplanet’s checkout code of ‘OUTDOOR’, which you can read more about here.

By foozzzball

Malcolm Cross, otherwise known as 'foozzzball', lives in London and enjoys the personal space and privacy that the city is known for. When not misdirecting tourists to nonexistant landmarks and lurking at bus stops, Malcolm enjoys writing science fiction and fantasy with a furry twist.

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