Our guest blogger, Jeffrey Thomas has graciously offered to share the Punktown-based short story “The Dance of Ugghiutu,” from his short story collection VOICES FROM PUNKTOWN, here: https://www.darkregions.com/template/samples/voices_from_punktown_sample.pdf
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Our guest bloggers this week, Mur Lafferty has graciously agreed to share a free excerpt of Marco and the Red Granny at Smashwords!
Hear it free at Hub- https://www.hubfiction.com/2010/09/new-hub-podcast-serial-by-mur-lafferty/
Our guest blogger this week, James Maxey, has agreed to share a reprint of his professional short story, “Empire of Dreams and Miracles.” Empire is set in a futuristic Atlantis, similar to the one on display in my dragon novels, Bitterwood, Dragonforge, and Dragonseed. The link to the webpage is:
Debra Killen, our guest blogger this week has graciously shared the following FREE links to her books:
Link to excerpt from the prologue to forthcoming book:
Marc Bilgrey, our guest blogger this week is kind enough to share the first two chapters of And Don’t Forget To Rescue The Princess. Simply visit his website at www.marcbilgrey.com. While you’re there, read an article he wrote for aspiring writers about how he wrote the novel. And check out some of his panel cartoons and comic strips.. He writes and draws them for magazines and books. Marc put up new ones every week.
Jean Marie Ward, our guest blogger this week, is kind enough to share the following free goodies:
Ward Theater (flash fiction slide shows)
“Duzell’s Due” <https://jeanmarieward.com/and-stuff/duzells-due/>
“Green Eyes” <https://jeanmarieward.com/and-stuff/green-eyes>
“About the Flies” – The Devil’s in your freezer and he’s ready to deal.
“Clear as Glass” – Rita meets the man of her dreams…over her husband’s dead body.
“The Kitty at the Edge of Forever” – Who knew a Star Trek/Tolkien cross-over could be so wrong?
Everyday Haunts: A Real Life Ghost Story
Enjoy a sneak peek of The Sworn: Book One in The Fallen Kings Cycle, available from Orbit Books in February, 2011.