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OVERSIGHT, a themed collection of two novelettes and a short story by Michael Bailey. Includes “Darkroom” and “SAD Face” (novelettes), and “Fade to Black” (short story).

Amazon: eBook | trade paperback. Also available in the UK, Canada, AustraliaGermany, FranceItaly, Spain, India, Brazil, Mexico, Netherlands, Japan, and Kindle Unlimited where available.

Barnes & Noble: eBook | trade paperback

Books-A-Million (BAM!): trade paperback

Kobo: eBook | outside the US *

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OUR CHILDREN, OUR TEACHERS, a standalone novelette by Michael Bailey, nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Long Fiction. Children are often our greatest teachers, but what happens if the lesson is too heavy to hold? A high school in rural Brenden, Washington is taken hostage by a gathering of unlikely students trying to teach the world a new lesson … a foreshadowing, perhaps, to darker times ahead for the American education system, if gun control is not addressed properly.

Amazon: eBook | trade paperback. Also available in the UK, Canada, AustraliaGermany, FranceItaly, Spain, India, Brazil, Mexico, Netherlands, Japan, and Kindle Unlimited where available.

Barnes & Noble: eBook |trade paperback

Books-A-Million (BAM!): trade paperback

Kobo: eBook | outside the US *

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ENSŌ, a collection of interconnecting children’s fables by Michael Bailey, illustrated throughout by L.A. Spooner. This title is not available as an eBook.

Amazon: trade paperback. Also available in the UK, Canada, AustraliaGermany, FranceItaly, Spain, India, Brazil, Mexico, Netherlands (unavailable), Japan, and Kindle Unlimited where available.

Barnes & Noble: trade paperback

Books-A-Million (BAM!): trade paperback


* Currently available on Kobo in the UK, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Europe, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Mexico, Taiwan, New Zealand, the Philippines, South Africa, Switzerland, and Turkey.

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