Yep, here’s a sneaky Christmas release from Guerrilla Greenland! It’s a short story for a quick fix, and yes, Christmas is in danger… again!
Continuing the speculative and stand-alone story begun in Arctic State, Arctic Rebound, the fifth novella, is out today. I know, I’m biased, but I love the gorgeous blue cover, and I’m secretly really pleased with how the story turned out. Yes, shh, don’t tell anyone, but this one’s particularly fun, a little tragic, but very Maratse.
This is one of those “love ’em or loathe ’em” posts. I happen to love writing short stories, and I really appreciate the support of readers willing to take a chance on a short story – a 20-30 minute read – especially in these inflated times.
Not sure inflated works in that sentence, but prices sure are inflated at the moment.
Behind the Scenes is capped at 0.99. I will bundle the stories at a later date, which means a better deal for interested readers who are willing to wait.
But what’s so special about Behind the Scenes? Of course, I am the wrong person to ask, but I had a lot of fun writing this one. I know, I know, I say that all the time, and it’s true. But Behind the Scenes is set in an alternative timeline, where we meet Maratse and Kamiila Sorsuttartoq from the Guerrilla Greenland series. Petra pops up in the novellas from the series, and she’s… well she’s married, with two kids!
Yeah, I know. Like I said… so much fun to write. And in an alternative time… anything goes!
But wait, Petra’s not in this one.
And it’s pretty much just another survival/hunt – i.e. being hunted – story set in winter in Greenland. Now, that might sound familiar. It’s what I do. But a lot of readers seem to like these kind of stories. If that’s you, then feel free to dive on in!
And that brings me to the point of this post (finally, sigh) Behind the Scenes comes out today, on Amazon (link), and in the Kindle Unlimited streaming programme.