The Ecotastrophe II pre-sale has begun


Ecotastrophe II NDPEcotastrophe II will officially be released on July 27th, but you can pre-order your copies now. If you’d like a print copy, please go to The book will list for $10, but it’s selling for $8 until the release date.

To pre-order an e-book copy, please go to

Pre-orders will also soon be available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and all other retailers.

More than a decade ago, Sam’s Dot Publishing released a small anthology titled Ecotastrophe that looked at the dangers posed by global climate change.
Now, the planet seems in even greater peril, and maybe we are facing Ecotastrophe, but is there time to save ourselves.
Ecotastrophe II features startling fiction from Tyree Campbell, Dan Rice, Melanie Rees, Robert J. Mendenhall, Gustavo Bondoni, and Mike Adamson.

Ecotastrophe II contents


We’re just a few weeks away from the release of Ecotastrophe II, so here’s a look at the contents…

Gyroscope by Tyree Campbell

Kale by Dan Rice

The Last Polar Bear by Melanie Rees

The Perisphere Solution by Robert J. Mendenhall

Kia Manawanui by Tyree Campbell

The Wrong Kind of Ship by Gustavo Bondoni

Pelagus by Mike Adamson

Keep an eye on this page for pre-order information that will be coming very soon!


Nomadic Delirium sale at Smashwords


For the month of July you can save 25%, or even 50% off of many of our titles at Smashwords. Simply go to and click on the titles you’re interested in.

At the moment, the sale prices are not showing up on their main menus, but hopefully they will soon. So, unfortunately, you do have to click on the titles that you might be interested in to find out what the sale prices are…but it’s a great opportunity to stock up on our e-titles!!!


Spaceports & Spidersilk July 2017


The July issue of Spaceports & Spidersilk is now available…

Spaceports & Spidersilk features some of the best science fiction and fantasy fiction and poetry for kids of all ages. The July 2017 issue will take you to places you might never have imagined. It will appeal to your inner child, and hopefully take you back to the places you loved as a child…and if you’re still a child, it will open your imagination to all kinds of new worlds.