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By The Silver Water of Lake Champlain eBook By Joe Hill Due On April 29, 2014

On April 29, 2014 author Joe Hill will release his short story, “By The Silver Water of Lake Champlain” on eBook.

The 100 page story originally appeared in the book, “Shadow Show: All-New Stories in Celebration of Ray Bradbury” in 2012 and is described as a tale of childhood imagination, squabbling, parental disinterest and dinosaurs that manages to be science fiction, fantasy and reality tale all at the same time.

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Something to Take on the Trip Charity Anthology eBook Now Available

Something to Take on the Trip ($3.99) is loaded with short stories for people who have a limited amount of time to read a bit of something everyday.

Aimed at commuters and people on journeys short and long, each story is just the right length for your trip. Comedy, romance, drama, mystery, science fiction and everything in between, there is something here for you whatever your mood!

This is no ordinary anthology. Aimed at readers 18 – 80 it contains a variety of genres from a variety of authors. The writers who contributed to this book come from locations across 4 continents, and kindly donated their work in aid of a children’s hospital charity.

Contributing Authors: Kevin J. Anderson, Aditi Bathia, Graham Brand, Donald R. Broyles, Cora Burhlert, Neil Bursnoll, Jamie Campbell, Michael Carmella, T.L. Champion, Helen Cho, Samuel Clements, J. David Core, Cate Dean, Stephen Drivick, Dan Fiorella, Erin Garlock, David Gerrold, Edward M. Grant, Sheila Guthrie, Jamie Horyski, Mary Kincaid, Paul B. Kohler, Paul Levinson, Kevin A. Lyons, Kelly Lytle, Ron McLarty, John L. Monk, Lindy Moone, E. Percy Muove, Debadatta Pati, Dario Solera, H.S. Stone, Joe Tannian, Vincent Trigili, Karen Tucker, Rich Walls, Stella Wilkinson, Richard Wolanski and Frank Zubek.

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Available Today: Wolverton Station An eBook Short Story From Joe Hill

Available today, you can download a new eBook short story from Joe Hill called Wolverton Station.

The 100 page story is described as follows:

“Saunders made his fortune as a hatchet man for hire and has come to England to do what he does best: chop down the little guys to clear the way for a global firm. But his train north just made an unexpected stop to let on some passengers straight out of the worst kind of fairy tale. Now he’s up to his ankles in blood and finding out just what it really means to live in a dog-eat-dog world…”

The entire first draft was written on various trains, while Hill was in England touring for his novel Horns.

You can purchase the short story for $0.99 HERE and it’s compatible with tablets and eReaders from Apple, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Google, Kobo and Sony.

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Something For The Journey, An EBook Author Collective Edited By Stella Wilkinson

Something For The Journey, an EBook Author Collective ($2.99) edited by Stella Wilkinson is an excellent collection of short stories aimed at commuters and travelers who have only a limited amount of time to read on the journey. This book is a Charity Anthology, with all proceeds (not just profits!) donated to children’s charity. 

Suitable for all adult readers from 18 – 80. This book covers a large range of subjects, from alien visitors to a car crash with God, romance, humor and tragedy, and from unusual occurrences to every day situations. Stories were donated by a wide variety of authors, and should appeal to all tastes.

Authors include Dario Solera, Neil Bursnoll, T.L. Champion, Kathy Molyneaux, RJ Bennett, Peter Cawdron, Jamie Campbell, Sarah Dalton, Vincent Trigili, Cora Buhlert, Paul B. Kohler, Stephen Drivick, Stacy Claflin, Al Stevens, Sheila Guthrie, Dan Fiorella, Pru Moran, Paul Levinson, Melanie Nilles, James Griffiths, Seun Odukoya, V. A. Jeffrey, Frank Zubek and Stella Wilkinson.

A third, final proposed book is set for spring 2014.

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Something To Read On The Ride: An eBook Charity Anthology Edited By Stella Wilkinson

Something To Read On The Ride ($2.99) is an excellent 120 page collection of short stories aimed at those who have only a limited amount of time to read on their journey. This ebook is a Charity Anthology, to raise funds for Wallace and Gromit’s Grand Appeal, A Children’s Hospital Charity. 

Suitable for all adult readers from 18 – 80. This book covers a large range of subjects, from space travel to zombies, romance, humor and tragedy, and from unusual occurrences to every day situations. Stories were donated by a wide variety of authors, all with very different styles, so there is plenty for everybody.

Featured authors include: Neil Bursnoll, Samuel Clements, Andrew Vu, Amanda Brice, Stella Wilkinson, Neil Sweetman, L.G. Castillo, Landon Porter, Debbie Bennett, Frank Zubek, Pru Moran, Louis Hessey-Antell, Dan Brady, J. David Core, Monica La Porta, Paul B. Kohler, Dan Fiorella, Ruth Banda-Banda, Penny Darling, James Griffiths and Pauline Drummie.

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Hard Listening, An Interactive eBook About “The Rock Bottom Remainders” Coming Soon

Hard Listening is an interactive eBook that will be digitally published by Coliloquy about the band, The Rock Bottom Remainders.

The book is described as follows:

“Over 350M books sold. 40 New York Times #1 Bestsellers. One lousy band.

In 1992, a cadre of the world’s bestselling authors formed a rock band. Twenty years later, they’re hanging up their guitar picks, drumsticks and leather whips, but not without a look back on two decades of friendship, love, writing and the redemptive power of rock’n’roll.

Hard Listening is a voyeuristic view into the private lives of your favorite authors, combining essays, fiction, candid email conversations, Q&As and interactive parlor games. 

See Stephen King, Scott Turow, Amy Tan, Dave and Sam Barry, Roy Blount Jr., Mitch Albom, James McBride, Ridley Pearson, Matt Groening, Greg Iles, and rock legend Roger McGuinn at their most unguarded.”

Stephen King contributed a new essay, a new short story, and several candid email exchanges to the book. The essay is called ‘Just a Little Talent’.

King’s fans will also enjoy the writing contest in which several of the authors (including SK) contributed short stories written in Stephen’s style.

The 4 stories are ‘Robert Johnson’s Flattop,’ ‘The Rock and Roll Dead Zone,’ ‘In the Woods,’ and ‘Black Mambo’.

Readers then get to vote on which piece was actually written by Stephen, before seeing the results.

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Joe Hill’s Twittering From The Circus of the Dead eBook To Be Released On August 6

HarperCollins Publishers will released a 100 page eBook from Joe Hill entitled, Twittering From The Circus of The Dead on August 6, 2013.

The short story, written entirely as tweets from a teenage girl, follows an American family on a cross country road trip that goes horribly wrong. The tale first appeared in The New Dead, an anthology of zombie stories, published in 2010.

The eBook will cost $3.99 to download.

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