|Resilience: Puerto Rico – January 2018 – In Print
All proceeds from this anthology are donated to the Hispanic Federation to assist with hurricane recovery efforts in Puerto Rico.
The Potion Maker by Sasha L. Miller—Sarin ran away from the city for a simpler life making potions in the woods. He has good reasons for avoiding people, but when a poisoned Royal Herald falls through his door and literally knocks him over, life gets more complicated than he ever thought he wanted.
|Enchanted Soles, Edited by Sasha L. Miller – July 2016 – In Print
Sometimes all it takes is the right pair of shoes…
In Three Nights (A.D. Truax), Synder buys a pair of sandals that have a mind and plan of their own, and drag him to a celebration to which he was not invited—and into the arms of a handsome prince.
Saidah of Dame Fortune (C. Finley) asks her beautiful new wishing boots to take her to her true love, but the simple question has a complicated answer that will take more than magic boots to find.
Heart, Lace, and Soul (Archer Kay Leah) brings together Elly, who seldom removes the psychic boots that let her read and feel the minds of other people in order to help them, and a man her boots cannot read.
In Aelfwear (Katey Hawthorne), Frida is hired to make hideous shoes for a beautiful woman who claims she’s out to cause misery for a man who once betrayed Frida’s family—but Frida fears she’ll wind up being played for a fool a second time.
And Into the Hollowed Veil (A.M. Valenza) is the story of a man who puts on a pair of beautiful red shoes and finds himself in a strange forest helping a beautiful woman rescue the man she loves…
|Fairytales Slashed: Volume 2 – July 2011 – Two Stories – In Print
The Wizard’s Tower (Sasha L. Miller) is the story of a soldier who receives a letter informing him his brother has gone missing, one of many victims of an evil wizard. But when he arrives in the village where his brother lives, all that remains of the wizard is a lone tower and a strange young man…
Sleeping Beauty (Sasha L. Miller) tells the story of a poor, young teacher desperate to save his sister, the only family he has left. But her disease is rare, and the cure beyond their means, and the only chance at saving her requires a terrible price…
|Seeing is Believing – April 2011 – In Print
A quiet jeweler unable to believe in the secret admirers sending him gifts; a prisoner who does trust the good intentions of those who break him out of jail; a dragon who does not trust the sincerity of an unexpected courtship; a witch who refuses to trust the village to which he has fled; a Courtesan who wishes his favorite client could be more, but dares not believe it; a jaded man who believes in nothing, but cannot resist the beautiful stranger he encounters.
A young man who has nothing to believe in but fleeting glimpses of the future; a wizard who firmly believes in the ability of his fairy to cause nothing but trouble; and a young sailor who wants desperately to believe he is not bad luck as his brother claims. A dutiful son who gets more than he expected when he dutifully worships the dragon his family so dearly believe in; and two brothers who find a strawberry field that causes more trouble than they could ever believe.
Often, we need only see something to believe in it, but sometimes even seeing is not enough. And sometimes, you must believe in order to see…