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Swords, Sorcery, and Self-Rescuing Damsels, edited by Lee French and Sarah Craft

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Swords, Sorcery, and Self-Rescuing Damsels
Edited by Lee French and Sarah Craft

Ready for some smart, capable, awesome women? Clockwork Dragon Press has just what you are looking for.

SWORDS, SORCERY, AND SELF-RESCUING DAMSELS is a new anthology from Clockwork Dragon Press, that features 17 stories by top authors. The overall theme is women who find themselves in a situation and and find a way out. This anthology includes princesses guarded by dragons, ghosts trapped in a mansion, a young falconer's apprentice, and more. Some women fight, some think, and some simply love.

SWORDS, SORCERY, AND SELF-RESCUING DAMSELS is currently available for pre-order and will release April 21. It will be available in print, digital, and AUDIO!

About Clockwork Dragon Press:

Once upon a time, Lee French and Jeffrey Cook met by accident. They had a really good time working an event together and became friends. Eventually, they read each others' books and discovered they're all awesome. A few more shared events later, they created a formal partnership: Clockwork Dragon.

Jeffrey, as an author best known for steampunk novels, is the clockwork. Lee, who is somewhat obsessed with flying lizards, is the dragon. Together, they roam the Pacific Northwest and beyond, seeking out conventions and other events to promote each other and have fun.

Two more authors impressed the pair enough to be invited to the Clockwork Dragon flight: Sechin Tower and Nikki McCormack. Together, these four friends have fired up a small press dedicated to quality fantasy and science fiction in written form. We laugh, we joke, we read, we publish. We also use Oxford commas.

Welcome to our lair.

Click here to visit Clockwork Dragon Press website.

About Sarah Craft:

Sarah takes her last name seriously. Being a crafty gal, she writes, edits, also works as a personal author assistant, a publicist for several small press organizations, and is also a member of SFWA. When she has spare time, she also likes to knit, crochet, and bead wearable art. Currently she shares her office space with 3 cats and a husband (the kids finally moved out!).

Click here to visit her official website.

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