One of the things I’ve decided to do over the next six months is release a number of my stories in small mini-collections in electronic form. Each of these will consist of 2-3 already published stories, with 1-2 ones original to the collection. The first is Halloween Quartet, which contains “Whose Face This Is I Do Not Know” (appeared originally in Clarkesworld), “Niobe in the Rain” (appeared originally in Serpentarius), “So Glad We Had This Time Together” (appeared originally in Apex Digest), and “Pumpkin Knight,” which is original to the collection.
Posted in 2012, Books, career, electronic publishing
Tagged apex digest, armageddon, armageddon mud, clarkesworld magazine, desert quartet, e-books, e-readers, eyes like sky and coal and moonlight, giganotasaurus, halloween quartet, serpenatarius, shadows and light II
A major joy of my new Kindle is finding free books. I figured other people might appreciate some of my finds. So here’s ten science fiction classic novels, available free online as ebooks. Continue reading
Posted in Books, free fiction
Tagged andre norton, booklist, charlotte perkins gilman, e-readers, e.e. smith, ebooks, edgar rice burroughs, edwin abbot, free fiction, free online books, h.g. wells, harry harrison, karel capek, kindle, novels, pellucidar, philip k. dick, r.u.r.