Cover Reveal!

Well, it’s been a hectic summer for me in my personal life, but amidst all that, I’ve been busy working with editors at Dreamspinner Press in preparation for the anthology All In A Day’s Work

AIADW

Eight short stories about finding love—or a hot hook-up—at work. All but one are contemporary, with the outlier being a 1930s historical that will give you a new perspective on dance halls. From newlyweds who can’t keep their hands off each other in the office to Revolutionary War reenactors who spice up Washington’s Army to high society spies engaged in dangerous espionage, no one will suggest that the characters in All in a Day’s Work give up their day jobs!

I’m so very thrilled to be a part of this, and to have the chance to work with such amazing authors. I’m so looking forward to the release! It was include my very first publication, the short story Unmasked:

In the near future, the line between the poor and the Uppers—the cruel and greedy rich—is sharper than ever. Raven’s work as a spy is to maintain the public persona of a member of high society while teaming up with his tech handler, codename Glitch, to electronically steal from the rich and redirect resources to the poor. They’ve set their sights on avaricious Upper Jakinda Diaz, who Raven has been studying for months. After a close call on the mission, Raven returns to their safe house full of restless energy. Both Raven and Glitch need to relieve the stress of their dangerous careers in espionage and they find that with each other.

 

Coming this September!

About KayWalkerWrites

Kay Walker was born and raised on the Canadian Prairies. Growing up in a small town, books helped pass the time and opened up the world and imagination. That love for stories has long lasted. Kay spends her work days in office administration, and uses spare time to write fiction, for worlds and stories still live on in her mind. She's working on that whole getting published thing.
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