Aug 18 2013
Welcome to the Dear Author August Extravaganza, Day 18.
Every day this month, we are giving away copies of books, both digital and print, as well as gift certificates and even a digital reader. Stay tuned to this link to see all of the giveaways. They only last a few days each so keep visiting.
From Publisher Less Than Three Press
Less Than Three Press is pleased to offer a $50 gift certificate good for any of the titles (ebook or paperback) in our Book Market.
AND a one-year subscription to our Serial Fiction. Our serial fiction runs six stories simultaneously on offset weeks (three stories update week A, then the other three week B, then week A stories run again, and so on). Subscribers get access to all current stories and are offered a free download of each book when it completes its serial run.
Current serials include Of Last Resort by Megan Derr, Rocking Hard: Volume 1 and Volume 2 stories, Battle of Will by Sasha L. Miller, The Engineered Throne by Megan Derr, and our popular fairy tale serial featuring rewritten fairy tales.
From Author Robyn Walker
‘Coming Home’ by Robyn Walker is a bitter-sweet m/m romance set in a bleak, not-so distant future.
In 2045, Russian-born Nick comes “home” to Australia for the funeral of an old friend. After a ten-year absence, he finds a country scarred by drought and a people scarred by technology. He grieves for Ben, whose death has left his friends bewildered. He grieves for Australia, the country that forced him to leave. But his greatest grief is for Daniel. Although Daniel is alive, it seems their friendship is dead. And Nick has no idea why.
‘Coming Home’ is a debut novella published as as part of the Under The Southern Cross anthology, along with stories by JR Astruc, L.J. Labarthe, Isabelle Rowan and Meredith Shayne. With the anthology including tales of zombies, murder, road trips and slices of modern life, it is as varied as the country in which all five m/m romances are set – Australia. For more information about Robyn Walker, please visit her author page at Dreamspinner Press.