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Binge-Worthy Reads: Future Adventures: Eight Complete Adventure Science Fiction Novels

Eight complete Adventure Science Fiction novels

  • Watcher’s Web by Patty Jansen
  • Europa by Aurora Springer
  • Few Are Chosen by M.T. McGuire
  • The Truth Beyond The Sky by Andrew M. Crusoe
  • Generation by J.J. Green
  • The Girl Who Twisted Fate’s Arm by George Saoulidis
  • The Ares Weapon by D.M. Pruden
  • Exodus by Drew Avera

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Announcing the Cyberpunk Fairy Tales

Read the Cyberpunk Fairy Tales, a unique twist on the classic stories you grew up with. Sometimes dark and disturbing like the Grimm stories, other times new and relevant to the modern age.

This is Volume 1, containing:

  • The Impossible Quest of Hailing a Taxi on Christmas Eve. A modern retelling of “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens.
  • Nanodaemons: The Fir Smart-Tree. A modern retelling of “The Fir Tree,” by Hans Christian Andersen.
  • Ariadne’s String. A short story based on the myth of the Labyrinth.
  • Berenice’s Hair. A cyberpunk short story, the myth of Coma Berenices retold.
  • The Little Match Girl. A cyberpunk retelling of “The Little Match Girl,” by Hans Christian Andersen.
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Update on Available Paperbacks

This is a quick post to inform you Mythographers about which titles are available on paperback.

Here they are, your favourite stories in lickable, sniffable format:

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New Paperbacks and Old Paperback Issues

Ba Dum Tshh!

Frivolous Fox Diligent Dog is now available on paperback.

Also, we noticed that some readers had purchased a faulty version of The Girl Who Twisted Fate’s Arm. We only dug up the data a few days ago, and the purchases happened at 2016.

Sorry about that.

If you bought the paperback with the lesser quality, feel free to email us the receipt and we’ll see how we can get the proper, shiny, sexy version in your hands.

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Do You Miss Old-School Science Fiction? Then Check Out These Little Beauties

There’s a project out there, that is quite interesting. Future Fiction translates sci-fi stories from selected authors around the world and makes them available in English (And Italian, apparently).

Finding the books on Amazon is a mess, to be honest. You can start with a search on Kindle here. Or you can buy directly from the Future Fiction website.

The one I want to point out to you is the one containing two excellent shorts by my mentor, Michalis Manolios. Mentor is a strong word when you’ve had as many beers together as we’ve had, but it’s accurate. I think it was 2010, maybe 2009 when he read my stories, pushed me forward and told me I could do this, and do it well. I was fascinated with fantasy back then, but my true calling has been science fiction apparently. I shifted towards sci-fi and I honed my craft every year. The results seem to be good, as shown by reader reactions and sales numbers.

So, Michalis has two of his best short stories translated into English. They are not my favourite but they are definitely good. The stories in that Greek collection are pretty mindblowing, and these two fit the bill. Aethra and Quantum Mommy.

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I Wanna Get My Mind Blown

The rest of the volumes are either a single novella or two short stories from authors around the world. It’s a shame that we don’t have access to these stories, and that’s what I like about Future Fiction, they bring these unreachable gems to English, thus making them available to us. Some authors you’ve never heard of, naturally, others are quite well known in their countries.

Everything in the collection has the feel of old-school sci-fi, like the books I have in my bookcase. The covers, the stories, the atmosphere is a way to go back to that time when science fiction showed us what was possible instead of just shoving dystopian warnings at us. Which I’m guilty of, obviously.

Check out some of the volumes:

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I Have a Patreon Now. Patreons Are Cool.

Patronage. Just like the practice of old, we’ve resurrected the model into a digital mold, more fitting to the age.

I’m new to this. Be gentle.

Micropatronage, having a bunch of regular people pitching in small amounts instead of one wealthy patron, is being successful with plenty of examples.

What I had was a PILE of story ideas sitting on my projects folder. Some have merit, some are simply the butt of a joke. Others are pretty damn brilliant, I might say.

I took all that and decided to squeeze out at least one short story per month. That way, I can see the works-in-progress slowly thinning down, I can test them with real people and real readers, and see which one’s a winner and which one’s a dud.

I’ve been doing that already with the Epic Poets, but to be honest, I firmly believe in putting one’s money where one’s mouth is. Feedback from fans is excellent, but feedback from people who have paid a dollar carries much more weight.

Also, I have plenty of ideas that fall into fantasy or urban fantasy. At some point, as I burn through the sci-fi ones, I’ll eventually work on those too. Having patrons will provide a steady and verifiable metric that my output will be worth the time invested. I’m bound to change a lot of this on my Patreon page, I just threw one up quickly.

There’s a short story waiting for you right now, called “Life Coach.”

So, click the orange button to get a steady flow of speculative fiction short stories. I’m your story-dealer. Be patronizing. Or just share the post with your friends.

Become a Patron!

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October Science Fiction And Fantasy Promotion With Instafreebie!

Instafreebie is a website that connects readers with authors, providing sneak peeks, advanced access, special giveaways, and exclusive freebies.

October Science Fiction and Fantasy Instafreebie Mega Promo
The SFF Mega Promo, organised by Irish author Dean F. Wilson, is one of the biggest on the internet, with over 100 authors participating, giving you, the reader, the very best in speculative fiction — for free!

Here are three selected titles on offer. There are dozens to choose from!

Check out the full promo page

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September Sci-fi And Fantasy Mega-Sale!

It has become a regular thing, Patty’s promos, every month. A big selection of indie ebooks for you to choose, across all retailers.

This promotion is over. To get notified of the next one, sign up at the Mythographer’s mailing list.

Sign up at the mailing list over at Patty's site and get the email as soon as it goes live.
Sign up at the mailing list over at Patty’s site and get the email as soon as it goes live.

Once again, this promo is “wide,” as we call it in the business. Meaning we cover all major retailers:

  • Amazon
  • iTunes
  • Kobo
  • Barnes and Noble (Nook)
  • Smashwords
  • Google Play Books

There isn’t a corner of the globe these stores don’t cover. At September the 3rd, you’ll get an email reminding you that the 99 cents bargain is live. Just sign up over at Patty’s page.

I Can’t Wait That Long

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Featured Story On Wattpad Sci-fi: Crying Over Spilt Light

Wattpad has done us the honor of featuring the Muse story on the Science Fiction category.

Call Now!
Call Now!

On the verge of abandoning his life-long project, an obsessive physicist hires the innovative service of an android Muse to help him finish his work. But when things start to go missing from his life, he must learn that not all is worth sacrificing on the altar of science before he has nothing left to live for.

Do you want to know what’s next for poor-but-brilliant Yanni? Do you wanna meet the Muse? Then read this unique sci-fi thriller that toys with the very concept of inspiration.

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Cover Reveal: Antigravel

Here is the cover for our new spacefaring series Antigravel:

Tiny but deadly.

Upwards and onwards

What did you think was the roadstop for man to explore the empty reaches of space? Faster than light travel? Interstellar navigation? Time dilation?
Puh. We beat all that by sheer force of will.
No.
It was micrometeoroids.
Rocks.
Fucking space rocks.

The beginning of a new series

This book marks the entry novel for a new series, separate from the god complex universe. Hopefully it will tease all you readers enough to spark off a whole new set of books.

Click HERE to Get Informed As Soon As It Comes Out!