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Read a sample short story – “Until We Have Faces” – here.

Thumbnail of possible cover draft for JP Linnartz's work in progress VERONICA'S VEIL. Sci-fi vibes with deep space and galaxy background. Two women in EVA spacesuits cling to a large curving surface in the upper left corner. An injured man in a spacesuit stares up toward them from an ambiguous, artsy surface with a sizzling mess behind him.

Work in Progress

You’ll find updates on J. P.’s favorite work-in-progress, Veronica’s Veil, on her Facebook Author Page and on Twitter.

“Until We Have Faces”

Science fiction. In the 2018 Young Explorer’s Adventure Guide anthology, published by Dreaming Robot Press. This anthology opens up the world of science fiction by offering a diversity of protagonists, especially girls and females.

Thumbnail cover of RELIEF Journal.

“Mud Runs Red”

Historical fiction. Published by Relief: A Journal of Art and Faith, formerly known as Relief: A Journal of Christian Literary Expression.

Work in Progress: Veronica’s Veil

Honorable Mention Winner, A Woman’s Write.

Veronica’s Veil projects a future that is cosmos-wide and family-deep” with “a cinematic feel that will draw in a wide audience.”

– A Woman’s Write Contest.

. . . A cocky pilot must chase her criminal wingman through spacetime to clear her name.

Just three problems:

She’s falling for him.

He’s missing in the Bermuda Triangle of their cosmos.

And he stole an artifact that might ignite intergalactic warfare.