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Monday, September 15, 2014

New and reduced ebook lunches (updated)

Writers of the Future Volume 30: 
Orson Scott Card, Mike Resnick, Robert Silverberg, Val Lindahn, Terry Madden, Amanda E. Forrest, Anaea Lay, K.C. Norton, Randy Henderson, Liz Colter, Leena Likitalo, Shauna O'meara, Paul Eckheart, Megan E. O'Keefe, Oleg Kazantsev, C. Stuart Hardwick, Timothy Jordan, 
A great deal. See detailed reviews of stories here. I did a short overview at SF Site.

The Halloween Man: 
A Supernatural Thriller 
by Douglas Clegg 

Billie Sue Mosiman 

The Best Horror of the Year: 4 
by Ellen Datlow 

A bunch of SF "Cops and Robbers" books 
from Walter Mosley, Robert Sheckley, William Shatner, John Jakes, John Barnes, William C. Dietz, George Alec Effinger, Greg Bear, Fritz Leiber 

Coming Soon Enough: 
Six Tales of Technology's Future 
Nancy Kress, Greg Egan, Brenda Cooper, Geoffrey Landis, Mary Robinette Kowal, Cheryl Rydbom 
big chapbook of contemporary SF

The Millennium Express 
Robert Silverberg 
I love these, massive tomes.

View Of A Remote Country: 
Collected short stories SF & fantasy 
Karen Traviss 

The Human Equations 
Dave Creek 
Analog author
Note: This may be a repackaging of earlier ebooks, so check that you don't have these stories already.  The author states that three of the stories are original (none of the stories replicate ebooks now available unless you bought the earlier ebooks).

Racers of the Night: 
Science Fiction Stories 
by Brad R. Torgersen 

Burnt Black Suns: 
A Collection of Weird Tales 
by Simon Strantzas 

Academic Exercises 
by K. J. Parker 

Beautiful Blood 
by Lucius Shepard 

A WMG Writers' Guide 
Kristine Kathryn Rusch 


  1. Trent, thanks for mentioning THE HUMAN EQUATIONS. Some of these stories were up as ebooks, but very briefly, and quite a while ago. I doubt the majority of your readers have them. And though most of them are reprints from ANALOG, three are original to this collection, so all the more reason to check the book out.
    Thanks again,
    Dave Creek

    1. Dave,

      Thank you for the clarification. I recognized some of the stories but wasn't sure about the others. I'll change the post to reflect that.