That’s right, two new ebooks for your reading pleasure, and the best part? One of them is free. Geoff’s story “On the Many Uses of Cedar” is eligible for nomination for an Aurora Award, so he’s giving it away for free until the nominations close at the end of the month. If you like the story and feel it deserves a little medal to pin to its lapel, head over to the Aurora Awards page and nominate it today! It will cost you ten dollars to join the Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Association, the body that gives out the Auroras, and that membership will let you vote and nominate for the Auroras.
Thanks again to Anne Louise Tyler Bull for her incredible art, which Geoff used for the cover of “On the Many Uses of Cedar”.
“Kindling Hope“, today’s other release, was Geoff’s first real publication. It won first place in the Ubyssey‘s Annual Science Fiction Rant contest, and for that first place prize, Geoff received $40 at White Dwarf Books in Vancouver. This was the nerd equivalent of crack-cocaine.
Volume 5: On the Many Uses of Cedar
- Includes an essay, “Finding Inspiration in North Vancouver”.
- Smashwords Edition FREE UNTIL MARCH 31st! (formats: html, java, pdb, epub, mobi, lrf, pdf, rtf, plain text)
- Amazon US Amazon won’t let me charge $0, sorry. Go to Smashwords for the free version. (formats: mobi)
Volume 4: Kindling Hope
- Includes an essay, “Alien Witchcraft”.
- Smashwords Edition (formats: html, java, pdb, epub, mobi, lrf, pdf, rtf, plain text)
- Amazon US (formats: mobi)
- Free version forthcoming.