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James Melzer’s Mother Load

If you’ve ever needed an excuse to preorder a fantastic zombie apocalypse story, James Melzer has provided for you. His story Escape will be available in a dead-tree form soon, but to sweeten the deal for those who commit to the journey, Melzer came up with a brilliant treat.

If you preorder his novel and send him a copy of the receipt, he’ll email you a free e-collection of original short stories The Mother Load. The authors collected are fantastic, and I am seriously excited to get to read it.

So go check out James Melzer and The Mother Load!

From the Dark Side Anthology

I’m extraordinarily excited for this anthology. Jennifer Hudock posted that she wanted to edit an anthology full of stories that look on the other side of the glass. And so she did. The proceeds go to the Letters and Light Organization.

It comes out soon. July 9! She’s already posting excerpts from the short stories, so you get an idea of what made the cut. The three that’s she’s posted so far have me scared and smiling.

These are some of my current favorite authors, which makes having them all in one place pretty fantastic. So check out the excerpts and be sure to leave your comments on Jenny’s site.

And don’t forget to buy the entire anthology on July 9!

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