Posts Tagged ‘anthologies’
Over the past month, I’ve told you in this space (and others) about the Kickstarter for Athena’s Daughters, an anthology of short stories by female authors writing about heroic female main characters. It’s been so successful that it’s going to have a companion anthology, Apollo’s Daughters, in which male authors will write tales of strong women. One of those stories will be my own upcoming short, “And Hell Rode With Her,” which will be a tease for my upcoming original novel project.
If you haven’t chipped in yet, you should. Because time is running out — the Kickstarter ends Wednesday, January 8 — and because this is one of the best deals around.
Why should you chip in if it’s already funded? I’ll tell you why.
For just $5, you’ll get more great reading material than you’ll know what to do with. Seriously, multiple bonus stories and novels, plus Athena’s Daughters, all in eBook format. That’s a tremendous value for just $5. Just $5 more gets you the Apollo’s Daughters eBook.
For an additional contribution of only $20, you can get a trade paperback copy of one of the new anthologies IN ADDITION to all the stuff listed above. That’s a pretty sweet deal. For just $45, you can get BOTH anthologies in trade paperback and all the eBook goodies.
Last but not least: this might be the ONLY way you’ll be able to get these new anthologies. Once this Kickstarter ends, there’s no guarantee these kick-ass new works of original science fiction and fantasy will be sold again. Don’t miss your chance! Chip in while there’s still time!