Hiking the UintasAt any given time, Chanté McCoy is reading a handful of novels, taking a continuing education class to dabble in her latest interest (NOTE: she has no future in belly dancing), or hiking with Elvis, her beloved Doberman Pinscher.

She has published in The Crimson Pact (volumes 1, 2, 3, and 5), Spec the Halls, Short Sips, Big Pulp, Eighth Day Genesis: A Worldbuilding Codex for Writers and Creatives, Dark Moon Digest, The Dead Walk Again, and Sidekicks!. In addition to fantasy, her publication credits include a multitude of articles in “Dog Fancy” and “Pets in the City” magazines.

Her debut novella, Seven White Wolves, is available in paperback, Kindle, and audio. A “lyrical” and “ethereal” retold fairy tale, this story transports readers to the early Middle Ages, with historical detailing and beautiful imagery to capture the imagination. 4.5 stars on Amazon.

A list of available publications can be found on her Amazon profile.


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  1. Adele says:

    Cool! Loved that you put “Blue Bear & Snow Toad” out here with Judith’s illustrations. Have you heard from her or any of the others lately? Sure do miss those meetings at your home. I joined a group here for awhile, but really haven’t gotten the feed back I enjoyed with the Yarn Spinners (or whatever the heck it was we called ourselves LOL). I ran across a bookmarker at a wool festival a few years back and every time I look at it, I think of the group. It says “great yarns knit friends together.” And oh, the yarns we used to tell!

    • Tracey says:

      Hello, the two of you, Chante AND Adele! Tracey here. After moving back and forth across the country I’m back in Texas, rearing up to recommit myself to writing and thought I’d look you up, Chante, and low and behold came across Adele, too. I’m preparing a course proposal to begin teaching an adult continuing ed writing class , and still working on that darned rewrite. Looks like you’ve been busy, Chante. Congrats on your successes!

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