The April 2015 issue of Spaceports & Spidersilk is now available. You can find it at: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/531490
This week’s e-book sale is on The Ephemeris Encyclopedia Galactica: Near Space. You can download your copy for 50% off…that’s just $3.50 by going to https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/432336 and using coupon code BS45E at checkout.
This sale lasts until Easter Sunday.
The exploration of “Unexplored Space” continues with Sectors 36-38.
There are a lot of new planets to explore in these sectors, and there are places that have even been colonized, some of which see almost constant war. There are the remains of more Glikth-machine wars, and a species that has only recently died.
The e-book sale for this week is The Ephemeris Species Compendium of Deep Space Species. You can get it for $2.50 by going to https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/441663 and using coupon code RG44V.
In the Ephemeris Encyclopedia Galactica volumes about Unexplored Space, you were introduced to five new species that live out in Deep Space, an area of space more than two hundred light years from Earth. Now you can learn all about these species…
The Alexans: Small explorers that mostly want to be left alone
The Ernya: An aggressive species that wants to conquer
The Julahmo: The Beaten Ones, as they’re known…victims of countless wars with the Ernya
The Khruntha: The grand conquerors of Deep Space, a species so violent that they make the Ernya look tame
The Lomisians: The Librarians of the galaxy, a peaceful species that wants to learn everything they can, but that has been forced into war over and over again.
Learn about all five of the species: their languages, their points of view, their variant species, and the special classes that are only available to them.
We’ve lowered the prices on four of our print titles through Amazon.
You can get Just Because by James B. Baker for just $9.99 by going to http://www.amazon.com/dp/1419657828
You can get Future Syndicate, edited by J Alan Erwine for just $9.99 by going to http://www.amazon.com/dp/1419654594
You can get The Poet by James B. Baker for just $12.99 by going to http://www.amazon.com/dp/1419665782
And you can get The Opium of the People by J Alan Erwine for just $9.99 by going to http://www.amazon.com/dp/1419625888
These will probably be limited time prices, so take advantage of them while you can…
Now through Saturday March 21st, you can get the e-book version of The Martian Wave: 2014 for just $1.50. Go to https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/436463 and use coupon code DA53K at checkout.
The Martian Wave features stories about the exploration and colonization of space, with special emphasis on our solar system. In this issue, you’ll find alien microbes and aliens that are like nothing you’ve ever imagined. You’ll be taken to icy worlds, and the sands of Mars. You’ll even get a look at Earth trying to regain its place in the stars.
The volcanoes of Io and the deep dark of space are also waiting for readers. Many stories paint a possibly grim future for humanity, but others are truly optimistic. No matter the tone, all of the stories and poems in this issue capture the adventurous spirit that make Humanity what it is.
Step inside, and be transported to places you’ve never imagined…maybe even places you never could imagine.
During this week’s e-book sale, you can get Taurin Tales from Smashwords for just $2. Go to https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/472428 and use coupon code ZQ47N at checkout.
Taurin Tales is a shared world anthology featuring some of the top names in small press science fiction. The Taurins were created by science fiction writer, editor, and game designer J Alan Erwine. Once he had created them, he invited some of his favorite writers to play in the universe, and further flesh out these new aliens. Thus was born Taurin Tales.
The stories in this collection cover a large aspect of Taurin life…grand space adventures, small character studies, the tackling of difficult social issues, the past and the future of the Taurins.
Included in this collection, you’ll find David Lee Summers, D. Moonfire, Ian Brazee-Cannon, Tyree Campbell, Anna Paradox, Laura Givens, and Rick Novy.