Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Cool Free Fiction on a Long Hot Day

And the big names keep coming. This morning it was Clive Barker and Ian Sales, now it's Cory Doctorow (in Fiction) and Piers Anthony (in E-books).  As always, there are some good sounding e-books and others that don't sound very good but sense taste is mostly subject, I won't say which is which.  And though you probably have them both bookmarked, I've linked to ten recent posts (each) at two great sites that review free (often) fiction and link to the story.  And never miss the free fiction links at SF Signal or I'll tell John and Regan on you (Please don't make the angry. You wouldn't like them when they're angry.)

[Art from "Lawful Interception"]

At "Lawful Interception" by Cory Doctorow. Science Fiction.
     "An all-new tale of Marcus Yallow, the hero of the bestselling novels Little Brother and Homeland—as he deals with the aftermath of a devastating Oakland earthquake, with the help of friends, hacker allies, and some very clever crowdsourced drones."

Reviewed Free Fiction
At BestScienceFictionStories:

At Variety SF:

At Amazon: [Via Pixel-of-Ink]
At Amazon: [Via Freebook Sifter]
At Smashwords:


Regan Wolfrom said...

Is there a time when DeNardo and I aren't angry?


Dave Tackett said...

Ha! You two are such nice guys, which is what makes turning you into Hulks amusing.