I've been meaning to write a bit about Age of Ultron, but these have been busy days of late. I will post my Avengers 2 impressions, promise.
In the meantime, Sad Sam's reader Kevin Watters asked a really good question on my "Final Visit To Spoiler Town" post. He asked:
Steve, is there any way you know of to get your Novella The Sixth Ship without having to buy the Titan version of "The Clone Apocalypse' - since I already bought the American version - reluctant to but the same book again...... Is it available in e-book format? Or- if it is I'd pay about the same as just getting the Titan copy I bet?
If the Wayson Harris novels you have read looked like these books to the right, then the odds are pretty strong that you have not seen the Wayson Harris short stories that were published in the British version of these novels.
The British versions look like these books to the left.
You know what? I'm pretty sure I own those stories outright. I promised Titan several months of exclusivity, but that term has ended, so here is what I'm thinking... how about I package those stories as WAYSON HARRIS STORIES and release them all together on Amazon for $.99.
What do you think?
That would include:
How I Met Arthur Dent on a Deserted Road in Idaho (more about me than Wayson, sorry)
Not Without Honor (a coming of age story about Ray Freeman)
Your Days Have Been Numbered (a story about cloning technology)
The Last Days of White Magic (The technology used to resurrect Sweetwater and Breeze)
The Fitting End (A story that has been on this blog but is removed)
A Day At Marveland (Young Wayson goes to future Disney--a story recently removed from this blog)
The Sixth Ship (A long story that ties up a major loose thread from Clone Apocalypse)
I figure were probably looking at 100 maybe 150 pages for $.99.
What do you think?
Kevin, any opinion?
Remember, I have to make sure I have the rights free and clear.
I will post links once the pages are up, but here the cover
Link to purchase this book:
My apologies to those of you who, like me, own a Nook. Despite my best efforts, I was unable to upload the file on the Barnes and Noble website.