For the next three days you can grab Subversion, Enemy Lines #1 for 99 cents! Following those crazy Kindle Countdown rules, it jumps to a still-on-sale $1.99 after that for three more days, so act fast!
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“In a future where aliens inhabit the bodies of the dead, one of the soldiers defending them from those that fear them abandons his post to race home.
Tyler’s father is near death, and it’s his last chance to make amends. In a world where the Silvers are feared by some as demons and loved by others as saviors, past sins will surface as Tyler’s family must face the truth of the Silvers – and themselves.”
THANKS to every ear listening! This week, Farlost will be delayed one time only to allow advance listening to the cool people backing me on PATREON. Episodes continue next week, allowing patrons a window to listen first while still serving all you awesome people listening. Want to become a patron? Visit Patreon.com/ServingWorlds.
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I love art built on others’ art! Doubly so when it’s my work being riffed on. Check out John Anealio’s great new EP of music inspired by my WALK THE FIRE shared world.
I’m not getting any kickback from the sales of this EP, I just think John’s a talented singer and composer, definitely worth a listen or a buy. He’s written many a great geek-flavored song-and he’s included one each for the first and second ‘Walk The Fire’ anthology in this EP, along with some remixes that are pretty fine too!
I recently launched my Patreon page to support my writing and help me add to the dozen titles and hundreds of hours of free serial fiction available here on ServingWorlds.com. I’ve heard from some of my readers who have not heard of Patreon, or want to know more about crowdfunding.
Why Patreon? It’s a fair question: Patreon has perhaps had greater success supporting musicians than other creators, thus far. So, to answer that question I reached out to three other fiction creators who are also using Patreon: Zach Wienersmith of SMBC-comics, Neil Clarke of Clarkesworld & Epidiah, of Dig a Thousand Holes Publishing.
I’ve been a user and booster of crowdfunding and online media for a long time, so Patreon really excites me. If you love action-based science fiction in ebooks and audiobooks with strong characters and torturous cliffhangers, join me on patron now and help me serve up more worlds!