If you’ve read far enough in the GFL series, you’ve run into the Prawatt, and possibly their living god Petra. How did Hogwarts-loving Petra and this race of artificial creatures come to be? Part of her origin is in the new short story anthology FIRE IS ORANGE, the latest installment in Scott Sigler’s “Color Series” (following on BLOOD IS RED and BONES ARE WHITE).
Petra’s story is in FIRE IS ORANGE is called “Complex God.” Not only is it GFL-related, it ties the GFL in with the modern-day timeline of the the larger Siglerverse. That’s right, most of Scott’s work is integrated into a single continuum.
Currently available for Kindle (other eBook formats coming soon).
Other stories in FIRE IS ORANGE
A brutal story from Jonathan Maberry’s V-Wars universe. Just because you spend your nights slaughtering vamps doesn’t mean you can’t spend your days baking some lovely cupcakes. Batch it up!
Dale & Mabel
Amidst the carnage of Scott’s novel PANDEMIC, a Chicago couple reminisce on their lives together and prepare to face the future that will soon come.
Fifth Girl (all-new story!)
Be careful what details you share online. A story of a young man’s fascination with a young woman — heavily assisted by technology and a disturbing gift for internet deduction.
When you date the wrong person, the wrong person’s ex can be even wrong-er. Previously only available to Kickstarter backers of Paul & Storm’s “Paulandstormonomicon.”
A tale from Mur Lafferty’s SEVENTH CITY universe. The things some superheroes have to do to make ends meet…
Puppet Master (all-new story!)
A writer’s muse isn’t always a positive thing. Sometimes, if not all times, deep art comes from deep pain.
Reunion (all-new story!)
The bonds forged in combat are among the strongest known to mankind. What happens when the comrade you fought and bled with not only dies, but is replaced by the comrade you fought and bled with?
The first story Scott sold takes a different look at schoolyard bullies and how some kids fight back.
The Laundry Demon (all-new story!)
If you try to trick an Iron Mage, make sure he doesn’t catch you in a lie. Otherwise, you might end up with his socks in your mouth.