Coming October 30th, 2015 – pre-order now
“There will come a time when you believe everything is finished. That will be the beginning.” — Louis L’Amour
The Time Travel Chronicles — part of The Future Chronicles anthology series.
Well here it is – The Time Travel Chronicles
The Time Travel Chronicles
Edited by Crystal Watanabe and Includes
Extant by Anthony Vicino
Gambit by Rysa Walker
Beasts of the Earth by Ernie Lindsey
Excess Baggage by Carol Davis
The Traveler by Stefan Bolz
Eighty-Three by Erik Wecks
Life/Time in the New World by Ann Christy
Just Like Old Times by Robert J. Sawyer
Shades by Lucas Bale
The Nothing gate by Tracy Banghart
The Meddler by Ernie Luis
The Diatomic Quantum Flop by Daniel Arthur Smith
Red Mustang by Michael Holden
Hereafter by Samuel Peralta
Coming November 24, 2015
Step right up to the modern freakshow — We have mermaids, monsters, and more. You won’t be disappointed, but you may not get out alive.
UnCommon Bodies presents a collection of 21 beautifully irreverent stories which blend the surreal and the mundane. Together, the authors explore the lives of the odd, the unbelievable, and the impossible. Imagine a world where magic exists, where the physical form has the power to heal or repulse, where a deal with the devil means losing so much more than your soul.
Well here it is – UnCommon Bodies
UnCommon Bodies Includes
Phantom Pain by Philip Harris
The Zealot by Chris Godsoe
Undead Cyborg Girl by Kim Wells
Made for This by Sessha Batto
Rudy and Deidre by Robb Grindstaff
Skin by Brent Meske
The Well-Rounded Head by Sally Basmajian
Mermaids by Robert Pope
All the Devils by Keira Michelle Telford
Scars: The First Session by Jordanne Fuller
We is We by Michael Harris Cohen
Poetry by Deanne Charlton
Reserved by SM Johnson
Ruby by Bob Williams
Daedalus’ Daughter by PK Tyler
Don’t Touch Me by Bey Deckard
In Her Image by Vasil Tuchkov
UnTamed by Laxmi Hariharan
From the Inside by Daniel Arthur Smith
Saltwater Assassin by Samantha Warren
Unbreakable Heart by Rebecca Poole
Hugh Howey Lives released a few days ago and those that have read the story know that it does not take place in a Hugh Howey Universe. Today I’m announcing a story that does. A story that takes place in the world of Sand.
Well here it is – Sarfer
Sarfer is the story of Mattie, a sailmaker’s son. When the great wall of Springston fell, he lost his father. But his father’s words resonated, “When you fall down, get back up.” So Mattie persevered and rode the wind to the brigands to become a courier, transporting anything anywhere, no questions asked.
This is an intriguing story and as soon as it is ready to share, I will be sending out ARCS (Advanced Reader Copies) to everyone who signs up to my newsletter. And that’s not all – I am giving a way some signed copies and some posters too. This is a story that will stimulate the imagination and I can’t wait for you to read it.
Hugh Howey Lives is available fro pre-order on Amazon Now! click here
Surprise, Surprise!!! What’s this title? Why didn’t we know? Well, if you’ve been following my writing status you know that on top of my Apocalypse Weird contribution The Blue Prince, the Cameron Kincaid follow up Templar Force, and the new science fiction thriller Planes Drifter, – on top of all of those – I wrote a top secret science fiction novella in November.
Well here it is – Hugh Howey Lives
This story came about after Hugh wrote a blog entry early November titled ‘Humans Need Not Apply’. In the article, and lengthy comment conversation that followed, Hugh speculated that within 100 years computers would be writing novels and authors could be obsolete.
I emailed Hugh a pitch with a different speculation, and in a few weeks, you’ll be able to read all about it.
This is an intriguing story and as soon as it is ready to share, I will be sending out ARCS (Advanced Reader Copies) to everyone who signs up to my newsletter. And that’s not all – I am giving a way a kindle, some signed copies, and some posters too. This is a story that will stimulate the imagination and I can’t wait for you to read it.