It’s been a little while since I released anything new on either the Kindle or the Nook. So to celebrate my Nebula award nomination I’ve put three new novelettes up, for both devices. “Ray of Light” is the nominated story, and first appeared in Analog Science Fiction and Fact magazine as the cover story for the December 2011 issue. “Exanastasis” is my L. Ron Hubbard’s Writers of the Future winning story, now available for e-devices for the first time since it was published in the Contest’s 26th volume. Finally there is “Gemini 17,” an alternative history story about the United States’ space race with the Soviet Union — this is an original and all new novelette that readers can only find on Kindle and Nook. All three items are bargain priced at 99-cents US through the end of March, so if you’ve got a Nook or a Kindle and you’d like some good science fiction, click the links below and nab some copies while it’s cheap to do so.
And of course, “thank you,” in advance! And if you liked what you read, do please leave a short review in the Amazon.com or Barnes & Noble section for reviews? Those really do help, for authors trying to make an impact in the new world of e-publishing. Especially since there’s a heap of material now being pushed to the e-reader platforms — not all of it worthwhile. If you’ve found any of my stories to be enjoyable, I’d certainly appreciate your saying so on Amazon or B&N. Much obliged. And I hope these novelettes — indeed, all of my stories — are to your liking!