Of course it will also be on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and a gazillion other sites (and your favorite independent store can easily order it, if they don’t already have it stocked).
Have I mentioned that Fae includes one of my favorite short stories?
“The Cartography of Shattered Trees” by Beth Cato and “And Only The Eyes of Children” by Laura VanArendonk Baugh are shining examples of what could be done with the subject of faeries that surpass tricks on the reader, that build worlds and characters worth knowing and exploring, that have something important to say about the real world. Fae may be worth the price of admission for these alone.reviewer John Sulyok
And there will be a spiffy online release party (party hat not required, but totally welcome) on the evening of July 22, 2014. Jump in here between 7 and 10 EST to hang out, learn fun Fae tidbits, win prizes, etc. (You can click now to RSVP and stuff.) Hope to see you there!