Announcing a brand new collection of space opera stories by a dozen authors… including NY Times and USA Today bestsellers… BEYOND THE STARS: At Galaxy’s Edge! It was released less than a week ago, and already 1,300 copies have been bought, and nearly 100,000 pages read via Kindle Unlimited. You can pick it up from now until next weekend for only 99¢.
The new volume features tremendous stories by Michael Anderle, David Bruns, Michael Ezell, Chris Fox, Caroline A. Gill, E.E. Giorgi, G. S. Jennsen, Piers Platt, Adam Quinn, Anthea Sharp, Christopher J. Valin, and Nick Webb, with a Foreword by Jennifer Foehner Wells. The spectacular cover illustration was created by two-time Hugo Award winner Julie Dillon. Twenty reviews have been posted averaging 4.9 out of 5 stars!
If you want to learn about new volumes in the series, or find out about submitting your own work for the next release (projected for April, 2017), sign up here.
We have a fabulous new space opera anthology out, which features eleven SF writers, including some who are New York Times and USA Today Bestselling authors!
In less than three weeks we have sold more than a thousand copies, plus the “Kindle reads” that come along with putting a book in Kindle Unlimited. If you have a subscription, you can read all 100,000 words for free.
This books comes on the heels of the bestselling anthology published last spring, DARK BEYOND THE STARS. In the new golden age of publishing, fascinating stories come in packages large and small. Pick up the new anthology now! And the first one, too…
Yet another entry in The Future Chronicles series is available for preorder now and will be delivered on March 13th. I have a brand new short story in this one… A Piece of Cake. Sort of a satirical look at a future.
I have read several other stories in this anthology and so far each one is fantastic. Order The A.I. Chronicles now!
Now you can grab my short stories from The Robot Chronicles and The Alien Chronicles a la carte!
Pick up I Dream of PIA and read about Jeff’s challenges with the AI who lives in his wall. She’s remarkably fond of him, but she doesn’t quite get humans… and when she tries to set him up on a date, the results don’t satisfy either one of them.
Hanging with Humans is a wacky tale about aliens who decide to visit Earth as part of an intergalactic game show. But when cultures collide, there can be misunderstandings… especially when a high school prom and all three alien genders are involved. In the end, though, it turns out that Earthlings are very much to the taste of Zeldarians.
Hanging with Humans is available for preorder now and will be delivered on February 20th.
Look for my next short story, Piece of Cake, in The A.I. Chronicles, to be released in March. It’s been a thrill to be part of this amazing best-selling series of anthologies known as The Future Chronicles, which is the brainchild of Samuel Peralta, series editor, and David Gatewood, editor. I’ve had lots of fun writing short, funny sci-fi stories.
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Seventy thousand years ago, the human race was nearly wiped out.
We survived, but just barely.
AIRBORNE is the story of a plague that has been unleashed to finish the job. To determine how many will live…and how many will die.
Dr. Melissa Van Meer is flying back east to give a presentation that could get her out of the lab and in front of the people with money, money for grants to fund her research into life-saving inoculations for children in developing countries. She’s heard about the flu that’s racing around the world, but isn’t really alarmed—after her years growing up in India, where she acquired some scars of her own, she’s seen far worse.
Until she gets on a plane where one by one the passengers are dying.
The pilot is unconscious. The other doctors are gone. The airport is closed.
Melissa’s no hero. But she’s all they’ve got.
AIRBORNE is a Kindle Worlds novella, currently on sale for only $1.99. The book is set in the world created by A.G. Riddle in his Atlantis: The Origin Mystery trilogy, which has sold more than 700,000 copies to date and is to be published in sixteen other countries. Movie rights to A.G. Riddle’s “Atlantis Gene” have been acquired by CBS Films.