As many of you know, tdotSpec is launching tdotSpec Magazine, a new magazine of speculative literature. The Kickstarter is currently live! We’re aiming to fund-raise enough for three issues, and hopefully more! If you get a chance, please check out the Kickstarter to see what we’re building, and spread the word on social media! Thanks a lot! We really appreciate the support!
Imps & Minions, published by tdotSpec Inc, is currently a free download on Kindle!
From the Amazon description:
Imps & Minions explores the lives of the little guys of villainry, with 34 tales dedicated to servile underlings, mooks, henchmen, pawns, scamps and rapscallions. Whether it’s Riznax, the little imp who falls in love with his master’s library of ancient tomes, or the poor troll suffering the aftermath of a fairy tale, or the machine programmed to defend her overlord with every microchip in her chassis—in Imps & Minions, they all take center stage. The stories range in tone from whimsical and lighthearted to dark and tragic, and span the genres of fantasy, science fiction, horror, and “superhero”, with a few that are harder to classify. Collectively, they provide diverse looks at the complex and multi-faceted lives of imps, minions, and villainous underdogs of all stripes. Above all, they are compelling tales that show us the trials and tribulations of a colourful cast of characters normally relegated to the background—this is Imps & Minions, and these are their stories.
Download it free here (USA): https://www.amazon.com/Imps-Minions-Odds-Ends-Interesting-ebook/dp/B07W1H961W
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The Colony anthology, a collection of science fiction, fantasy, and horror stories on the theme of “colony”, is currently a free download on Kindle!
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The Kindle eBook for Sanctuary: an experimental anthology of speculative fiction is currently a free download from Amazon! For Canadians, you can download it free here. For Americans, you can get it from here. (For everyone else, you can still download it for free, but you’ll have to find the title in your country’s local Amazon.)
I hope everyone downloads a free copy! Thanks for your support!
“Strange Economics: Economic Speculative Fiction”, 23 SFF stories on the theme of economics, is free this week!
From the Amazon description:
What if souls were a form of currency? What if our potential could be bought and sold? What is the value of a memory?
These economic questions and more are explored through twenty-three science fiction and fantasy stories, appearing for the first time in this collection.
This anthology also includes economics discussion questions accompanying each of the stories, written by professional economist Elisabeth Perlman, and an afterword/essay exploring the relationship between speculative fiction and economics, written by guest editor Jo Lindsay Walton.
Please download a copy and share on social media–I would really appreciate it! Thanks!