Fantasy For Good – TOC and how you can help

So in a moment I’m going to list a few ways you can help us get the word out about Fantasy For Good, which is available for Amazon pre-orders now.

In the meantime, here’s the full Table Of Contents for Fantasy For Good…

Horseman, Pass By – An Introduction  —  Trent Zelazny

The Edge of Magic  —  Henry Szabranski

Annual Dues  —  Ken Scholes

The Kitsune’s Nine Tales  —  Kelley Armstrong

Elroy Wooden Sword  —  S.C. Hayden

In the Lost Lands  —  George R.R. Martin

Worms Rising From the Dirt  —  David Farland

Snow Wolf and Evening Wolf  —  James Enge

Knight’s Errand  —  Jane Lindskold

Languid in Rose  —  Frances Silversmith

Green They Were, and Golden-Eyed  —  Alan Dean Foster

Golden  —  Todd McCaffrey

Mountain Spirit  —  Piers Anthony

Moon Glass  —  Megan Moore

The George Business  —  Roger Zelazny

Only the End of the World Again  —  Neil Gaiman

Lenora of the Low  —  Marina J. Lostetter

Trufan Fever  —  Katharine Kerr

Undying Love  —  Jackie Kessler

Dancing With the Mouse King  —  Carrie Vaughn

Showlogo  —  Nnedi Okorafor

The Bluest Hour  —  Jaye Wells

Pandal Food  —  Samit Basu

Loincloth  —  Kevin J Anderson and Rebecca Moesta

Man of Water  —  Kyle Aisteach

Bones of a Righteous Man  —  Michael Ezell

Time’s Mistress  —  Steven Savile

Little Pig, Berry Brown and the Hard Moon  —  Jay Lake

The Grenade Garden  —  Michael Moorcock

Sand and Teeth  —  Carmen Tudor

The Seas of Heaven  —  David Parish-Whittaker

Thanks to all of our contributors for allowing us to publish your work. We had a blast putting it together.

Now that we’re live on Amazon for pre-orders, we’re asking for your help to spread the word. A tweet, a Facebook or Google+ post, your blog, discussion groups, anywhere you go online. Here’s a handy dandy link you can use, which will direct your audience to the Amazon page for FFG in their own country. Yes that’s right, no more having to post multiple links for each nation’s Amazon site.

Please be sure to mention the Colon Cancer Alliance, who have been extremely supportive of this venture from the start, and encourage people to get screened, unless you’re tweeting in which case you have barely enough room to sneeze. You can use the hashtag #fantasyforgood if you like.

We have a listing on Goodreads, so please be sure to add the book to your Want To Read shelf.

If you are a contributor to the anthology, please don’t forget to add the book to your Amazon bibliography via Author Central. This will add your picture to the “More About The Authors” section as well as including the book on your author listings. If you’re not sure how to do this, fantasyforgood at and I’ll take you through it.

And please follow me on Twitter, @chababug, for all the latest updates.

Thanks for helping to spread the word, we truly appreciate it.

Fantasy For Good


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