About Heather Dade

Heather Dade was born near the Great Lakes, but made her way to South Carolina where she lives to this day. She's the author of Epiphany (an ARe best seller) and Forbidden Magic. She has also published several books and over forty short stores and poems under the name Heather Kuehl (pronounced "keel").
For more information about Heather's published works, upcoming releases, and events visit her website; http://www.mrsheyhey.com/

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Ruins Metropolis TOC Announced



Ruins Metropolis TOC

Cover Art (c) by Debbie Hughes

The stories are set in the ruins depicted in this cover art. In each story, the woman in the image is the protagonist. How similar are the stories? Ah, that was the experiment. You decide.Coming soon . . . .Ruins Metropolis


Adele Cosgrove-Bray "Old World Magic"
Ahmed A. Khan "End"
Alycia C. Cooke "Sumari's Solitude"
Anna D. Allen "Mrs. Kelly's Ghosts"
Barton Paul Levenson "City of the Dead"
Brenta Blevins "A Haunting in Giza"
C.L. Holland "In Search of Camanac"
Camille Alexa "Veilsight"
Chris Benton "For Sale: One Gold (plated) Eye Of Horus"
Christine Poulsen "The Eye of Re-Atum"
Erin M. Hartshorn "By the Pool of the Blue Lotus"
Gene Stewart "The Name and the Shadow"
Gerri Leen "Seeker of the Dead"
Gianna Robbins "Goddess Reborn"
H.F. Gibbard "Chamber of Illusions"
Heather Kuehl "The Final Goodbye"
Jacqueline Seewald "Amulet"
Jennifer Moore "The Return of the Queen"
Jonathan Shipley "When Love Dies"
Jude-Marie Green "Dancing On the Corpse of the World"
K.L. Townsend "Convergence"
Kari Livingston "Kehmet's Curse"
Kate Kelly "In the precinct of Amun-Re"
Kimberly Vandervort "The Librarian of Talimbourne"
Leslie Brown and Sarah Totton "The Amulet of Passages"
Lyn McConchie "Children of the City"
Meg Swanton "The Memory"
Megan Arkenberg "Panthanatos"
R.F. Long "Carrying Keptara"
Ransom Noble "Qui's Contract"
Rob Rosen "The Great Sleep"
Sarah Wagner "The Tomb of Setankan"
Stephen Graham King "Burning Stone"
Victoria Kennedy "The Deserted City"
Willis Couvillier "Haroeris's Favor”


The line-up looks awesome! From what I have heard, the stories are quite diverse. My story, "The Final Goodbye," is set in Egypt and discusses the one question that everyone has to the dead. What is that question? Well you are just going to have to read Ruins Metropolis to find out!

3 comments:

will-couvillier said...

Be good to read your story when we get our copies...

--Will

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know when the thing will actually be out?

-Barton Paul Levenson

Heather Kuehl said...

We are supposed to be getting our proofs anytime now. I think Reynolds said sometime in mid to late 2008 Ruins Metropolis should officially be out. Either way, I think it's totoally worth the wait. Especially with Desolate Places coming out soon!