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So good news for the fine people of the United Kingdom. My novel, After The Fires Went Out: Coyote, is now free on Amazon UK, too.

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No, it’s really happening. My novel, After The Fires Went Out: Coyote, is now free on Amazon (in US, Canada, and Australia). I even went and fixed all but one typo. I guess I should run a contest on that… so, if you read it and find that typo… I’ll give you some kind of “prize”.

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The new issue of Clarkesworld is now posted:
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What’s Special About Today’s Free Fiction?

  1. Apex Magazine #59 – April 2014
  2. Clarkesworld Magazine #91 – April 2014

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Here’s the table of contents for the new issue of Apex Magazine, a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind-bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field.
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What’s Special About Today’s Free Fiction?

  1. Electric Spec #9.1 – March 15, 2014
  2. Kaleidotrope Spring 2014
  3. Lightspeed Magazine has a serious piece of speculative literary fiction, “The Legend of RoboNinja”, by RoboNinja, Translated by Brooke Bolander
  4. Flash Fiction Online April 2014
  5. Journal of Unlikely Story Acceptances #8.5 – April 1, 2014

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Lightspeed Magazine sent along the table of contents for their new issue:
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Nightmare Magazine sent along the table of contents for their new issue:
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What’s Special About Today’s Free Fiction?

  1. Expanded Horizons #42 – March 2014
  2. @Planet Magazine: “Odd Missive” by Leo Byrne Jenicek
  3. @Tor: “Anyway: Angie” by Daniel José Older

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What’s Special About Today’s Free Fiction?

  1. Baen has a military science fiction short story from Robert Buettner
  2. Beneath Ceaseless Skies #143 – March 20, 2014 – Science-Fantasy Month 2
  3. Nature has some science fiction flash from Ian Stewart

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What’s Special About Today’s Free Fiction?

  1. Escape Pod has a science fiction story from Geoffrey W. Cole in written and audio
  2. Kazka Press #3.7 – March 2014
  3. BBC Drama of the Week visits Scotland post-independence with a humourous play from James Graham

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So there isn’t that much out there today. Bah. But hey, I’m doing my part. I just pushed a 500-page novel out of my word-hole: After The Fires Went Out: Veneration. Yes, I’m excited. And tired. And sore?

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Out this week from Titan Books is The Iron Jackal by Chris Wooding and SF Signal brings you an exciting excerpt!

Here’s what the book is about:

A big slice of non-stop, action-packed, wise-cracking fun from the Ketty Jay, and Captain Darien Frey.

Things are finally looking good for Captain Frey and his crew. The Ketty Jay has been fixed up good as new.

They’ve got their first taste of fortune and fame. And, just for once, nobody is trying to kill them.

In fact, she’s offered them a job – one that will take them deep into the desert heart of Samarla, the land of their ancient enemies. To a place where the secrets of the past lie in wait for the unwary. Even Trinica Dracken, Frey’s ex-fiancée and long-time nemesis, has given up her quest for revenge.

Secrets that might very well cost Frey everything.

Join the crew of the Ketty Jay on their greatest adventure yet: a story of mayhem and mischief, roof-top chases and death-defying races, murderous daemons, psychopathic golems and a particularly cranky cat.

This time, Frey’s in a race against the clock for the ultimate prize: to save his own life.

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Out this week from Titan Books is No Hero by Jonathan Wood and SF Signal brings you an exclusive excerpt!

Here’s what the book is about:

Oxford police detective Arthur Wallace is no hero. He’s a good cop, but prefers for action and heroics remain on the screen, safely performed by professionals. But then, secretive government agency MI37 comes calling, hoping to recruit Arthur in their struggle against horrors from another dimension known as the Progeny. Can an everyman stand against sanity-ripping cosmic horrors?

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