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A new title looms on the horizon…

I've been away a while, I know! It turns out I write better in a vacuum… well, a small enclosed location, anyway, which leaves surprisingly little room for blogging.

Which means there's a bright side to my total radio silence: I've been working on a new book, and it's very, very close to being completed and released for sale! :)

I'm hoping that this time around there won't be a delay between getting the Kindle, Nook, and DRM-free versions of the book out. However, we're migrating the DRM-free store to a new domain — when the migration's complete, you'll be able to find the new book (and the old one) at http://store.cufflinkworks.com, and if you had an account at http://store.helensaito.com, you should be able to log in with your HS.com account. No information is changing hands, by the way! Cufflink Works is still just me — I just wanted a less specific label name to, well, open up the possibility of publishing works by other authors in the future. The far future. The very distant future.

But that's not what this post is about! This post is about the new book, which is titled Playing With Consent. It's a collection of short(ish) works — five works, ranging from ~4000 words to ~36,000 words — all inspired by a single theme: negotiated consent play.

You can find out more about it here! And there is, of course, a sample story available. When the book actually hits virtual shelves, I'll put up a second sample story (on the grounds that people sampling the book from the Kindle and Nook markets should never have more or better samples than people who are visiting my blog, darn it).

You can expect to see an announcement about Playing With Consent's release by the end of the month! At this point, it's down to the typesetting and the website migration… ah, those little non-writing things you have to do when publishing independently.

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