It’s been a couple of weeks since we’ve offered any specials, and that might just be too long.
Through our partnership with the fine folks at Kobo, we are offering discounts on the following titles over the holiday weekend.
Time travel in all its forms—good, bad, and terrifying—appears in this anthology. From the wild visions of Ray Vukcevich , Lee Allred, and Robert T. Jeschonek to the bestselling imaginations of Mike Resnick, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, and Michael A. Stackpole, Time Streams will turn the time-travel genre on its head.
Fiction River: Time Streams includes stories by: Lee Allred, Michael A. Stackpole, Scott William Carter, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Mike Resnick & Lou J. Berger, Sharon Joss, Michael Robert Thomas, J. Steven York, D.K. Holmberg, Ray Vukcevich, Dean Wesley Smith, Jeffrey A. Ballard, Ken Hinckley, and Robert T. Jeschonek.
“Editor Dean Wesley Smith has compiled an outstanding volume of time travel stories, no two alike. I highly recommend it.” —Adventures Fantastic on Fiction River: Time Streams
Former journalist turned journalism teacher Larissa Johanssen moved back to her hometown to escape the violence she once covered on a national stage. Until that violence strikes her high school, her students. Now, she must help her students deal with the type of coverage that drove her to the breaking point. And she must revisit parts of her past she thought long buried—and separate truth from fiction to finally begin to heal.
Boss dives derelict space vessels, for money, yes, but more for their historical value. So, when Boss uncovers the find of a lifetime, she enlists the best divers she can convince to help her pursue it—off the grid and under the Empire’s radar.
Boss’ discovery leads her and some of her team to the Room of Lost Souls. Boss remembers the Room. It haunts her. Her mother died there. Now, a client wants her to go back. She wants Boss to help her uncover the Room’s mysteries. But the truths she discovers might destroy everything Boss holds sacred.
Because the more they discover, the less they realize they know—and the more it will cost them all.
This is classic sci-fi, a well-told tale of dangerous exploration. The first-person narration makes the reader an eyewitness to the vast, silent realms of deep space, where even the smallest error will bring disaster. Compellingly human and technically absorbing, the suspense builds to fevered intensity, culminating in an explosive yet plausible conclusion.” —RT Book Reviews Top Pick