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“Danny’s Game” and “Cannon” are Available for Free until Dec. 12th

Here we go again . . . Act now, just in time for this year’s spectacular blowout shopping season, and other overbearing slogans.

Special Kindle Select editions of “Danny’s Game” and “The Cannon and the Voice of the Generations, Special Edition” are available for free until Dec. 12, 2017.

“Danny’s Game” presents a military science-fiction story, with a twist. A troop transport carries Private Danny Winslow, Martian Alliance Army of Defense, toward Earth. He intends to teach those pasty-faced, nosy, interfering Earther scum a thing or three about real fighting. Just like he’s teaching his buddies about playing poker. At the moment, however, he holds two low pair. A tricky hand. Trickier still, the boredom of grinding through hand after hand. read more

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Dangerous Ambitions is Available Now

Dangerous Ambitions, a full-length collection of science-fiction short stories, is now available.

Here’s the sparkling and unforgettable pitch:

Have you ever wanted to do something that didn’t work out the way you’d imagined it would?

I remember trying to ride my motor scooter over a pile of dirt, thinking the “jump” would be great fun. I ended up breaking my arm. No big deal in the scheme of things, but a broken arm is small potatoes compared to some of the “stuff” people—and governments, by the way—get themselves into. Sadly, the boys have never been home by Christmas. read more

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Dangerous Ambitions is Free Until Dec. 7th.

This time around I’m offering a single title, Dangerous Ambitions, a full-length collection of science-fiction short stories.

Here’s the sparkling and unforgettable pitch:

The Special Kindle Select edition of Dangerous Ambitions is being offered for free between Dec. 3rd and Dec. 7th.

Have you ever wanted to do something that didn’t work out the way you’d imagined it would?

I remember trying to ride my motor scooter over a pile of dirt, thinking the “jump” would be great fun. I ended up breaking my arm. No big deal in the scheme of things, but a broken arm is small potatoes compared to some of the “stuff” people—and governments, by the way—get themselves into. Sadly, the boys have never been home by Christmas. read more