Beyond the Mist is on a Kindle countdown deal this weekend, and can be grabbed for only 99 cents until Monday morning PST. If you haven’t tried this gateway drug to superversive SF, now’s your chance to get hooked
The Conservative Libertarian Fiction Alliance’s April Booknado is here. Follow the link below for great savings–$1.99 and below–and news of new releases!
April roars in like a lion, with howling winds of fresh new fiction and Kindle deals blasting away tired, stale establishment fiction. … Behold! Here is this month’s list of New Releases and discounted reads, written by bona fide CLFA members.
YA novel by our own Dawn Witzke:
It is year 63 of the New Era. Nacerma has rid itself of society’s ills – homelessness, hunger, suffering and religious differences – becoming a country of peace.
Seventeen-year-old, Aadi, seeks something deeper than the life Nacerma offers. When her former boyfriend, turned priest, asks her to risk her life for her faith, she accepts the meaningful quest.
Mischa Llient is wanted by the Guard and needs to get out of town for awhile. When he’s asked to keep his best friend, Aadi, safe, he jumps at the chance.
Together, their faith and friendship are tested as they face thieves, highwaymen, the Red Guard and their own inner demons as their feelings for one another are revealed. Will their friendship survive the quest? Will they?
Dawn Witzke is a freelance writer, graphic artist and master level procrastinator. Dawn can be found over at her blog, Books & Art, where she randomly posts artwork, book reviews and writing.http://dawnwitzke.com
John C. Wright’s City Beyond Time is finally in paperback!
Metachronopolis is the golden city beyond time. Ruled by the Masters of Time, who can travel freely throughout the multitudinous time lines of Man’s history, the city is a shining society of heroes and horrors. For the arrogant Masters, who steal famous men and women out of the past and bring them to the eternal city for their amusement, are not only beyond time, but beyond remorse and retribution too.
CITY BEYOND TIME: Tales of the Fall of Metachronopolis is John C. Wright’s mind-bending and astonishingly brilliant take on time travel. Utilizing a centuries-spanning perspective, Wright expertly weaves a larger tale out of a series of smaller ones. Part anthology and part novel, CITY BEYOND TIME is fascinating, melancholy, frightening, and a true masterpiece of story-telling by one of the most important and audacious authors in science fiction today.
John C. Wright is the Dragon Award-winning author of SOMEWHITHER, THE GOLDEN AGE and AWAKE IN THE NIGHT LAND.
Yet another fantastic collection of essays on writing by Mr. Superversive himself, Mr. Tom Simon. My husband, John C. Wright, enjoyed this book so much that he read it a second time while we were on vacation last summer.
Fantasy writer, essayist and critic Tom Simon looks at some elements of successful and memorable fiction. What makes a story stand out and grab a reader’s interest, and how does it happen? What kind of imaginative elements are most likely to have enduring appeal? How important is prose style to a good story? In eleven essays, Simon investigates these and other questions, and his researches lead him to some surprising places.
Like all Bondwine books, this title is sold without DRM.
Today’s signal boost featuers Daniella Bova’s Cadáin’s Watch
Michelle and Jason escaped the wreckage of their beloved hometown and are determined to live free. Though they are hunted by the totalitarian bureaucracy, they vow to resist oppression no matter the cost.
But insidious evil still threatens. Once proud Americans are hopeless and unwilling to fight, making it that much harder for the rebels in their quest for Liberty.
And so, God intervenes, and the angel-warrior Cadáin is sent to watch over those whose spirits are unbroken.
Also, Book 2 in this series, The Notice, will be Free from Wednesday 4/12- Friday 4/14.
Today only, you can listen to a short, 15 minute interview with me speaking about Prospero Lost on The Author Show. My voice sounds a bit warply, since I was talking over the phone, but it’s fun!