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Looking for Volunteers Who Sell Books, for an Experiment

Jun 21, 2014   [permalink]

Y'all know I love experiments...

Sooo, I'm trying an experiment with a physical means of selling ebooks—and looking for volunteers... You get free ebooks (an All Access Pass to ReAnimus's entire ebook catalog), the fun of participating in an innovative experiment, and, of course, you get a share of the proceeds. :)

So, do any of you out there happen to sell print books in person? For example, at a dealer's table at cons, or if you work in a book store, or some other store that has books on a shelf, etc.

(This experiment doesn't apply to online sales or mail order, since it's already easy to sell ebooks online.)

This experiment would be selling ReAnimus's titles (Ben Bova, Robert Silverberg, etc.), but if it proves viable, it could be of use to all authors who want to sell ebooks of their work through bookstores, cons, and so on.

If you do work with physical book sales, let me know if you're interested in helping with the experiment! Should be quite interesting.

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ReAnimus's First Acquisition - Advent Publishers!

Jun 6, 2014   [permalink]

ReAnimus is pleased to announce we have acquired Advent Publishers! Advent is now a subsidiary of ReAnimus Press, and we will continue to publish Advent's titles under the Advent name. Advent was founded in 1956 by Earl Kemp and others, and has published wonderful books by the likes of James Blish, Hal Clement, Damon Knight, E.E. "Doc" Smith, and many others. Advent's high quality titles have won and been finalists for several Hugo Awards, such as The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy and Heinlein's Children. Watch this space for ebook and print editions of all of Advent's current titles!

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On Signing SFWA's Founder, and Other Goings on at Chez Aburt

Feb 26, 2014   [permalink]

W00t! Just signed! DAMON KNIGHT, founder of SFWA (Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America, Inc.), original "Futurian" with Asimov, Pohl, et al., co-founder of the Clarion writers workshop, namesake of SFWA's "Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award" — and author of scores of books and a gazillion short stories. We'll be publishing (almost) everything he wrote, and, hopefully, the anthologies he edited, such as the famous ORBIT series. Stay tuned!

Special Deal just for me bloggy friends!

Just for listening to me babble on—and in honor of Jerry Sohl getting named on the Writers Guild of America's list for 101 Best Written TV Series(!)—get his science fiction horror mystery thriller NIGHT SLAVES ebook for just 99 cents! Good now through Feb. 28th. Use coupon code "blog214" in the ReAnimus Press store. (Enter the code before clicking Add to Cart.) Enjoy!

Jerry Sohl wrote over two dozen books (from major publishers) and a slew of episodes of Star Trek, Twilight Zone, Outer Limits, and Alfred Hitchcock Presents. He's less known today (having passed away), but his books are still fun to read, and I'm glad ReAnimus gets to bring them all back.

Congrats to the Nebula Award Critterfolk!

I haven't tallied up how many, but I see a whole bunch of Critterfolk among the list of Nebula Award finalists. Congratulations!!!

Preditors & Editors

As you may recall, I've taken the reins of the Preditors & Editors site, after the death of P&E's founder, Dave Kuzminski. I've been working to update the site, in terms of content (lots of new warnings and such), features (improved on a system to help authors promote their new books that Dave was working on), communications (added a couple email lists to send out updates), and look (not that this new look is the best ever, but I hope you'll agree it's an improvement over the old look). :) I hope you find it all useful!

Four More Ben Bova books published!

Four more Ben Bova ebooks you'll want to read because he writes such good stuff. All are $3.99:

FORWARD IN TIME by Ben Bova Future shocks from the award-winning Ben Bova! Grab it from... ReAnimus Press Store | Amazon

MAXWELL'S DEMONS by Ben Bova Science fiction and science fact, humor and adventure, all await when you enter the unpredictable world of... MAXWELL'S DEMONS Grab it from... ReAnimus Press Store | Amazon

TWICE SEVEN by Ben Bova Ben Bova's universe is always more than the sum of its parts... Grab it from... ReAnimus Press Store | Amazon

THE ASTRAL MIRROR by Ben Bova A dozen and a half views of the world, past present and future, as seen through the Astral Mirror.... Grab it from... ReAnimus Press Store | Amazon

This brings us up to a whopping 20 books from Ben!

The Science of Middle Earth

THE SCIENCE OF MIDDLE EARTH - Just released in paperback!

You won't be able to put this one down—it's a must read if you're a Tolkien fan. By Nature editor Dr. Henry Gee, a wonderful book explaining things like, how did Frodo's mithril coat ward off the fatal blow of an orc? How was Legolas able to count the number of riders crossing the plains of Rohan from five leagues away? Could Balrogs fly?

Grab it from... Amazon

The Gilded Basilisk

You should definitely read THE GILDED BASILISK, because basilisks and dragons are cool. :) Chet is also a SFWA pro author, so he's proven to the galactic elite that he can string words together in a most pleasing way. And he's a nice guy. Mainly, you should read it because it's a good book. Lots of Amazon reviewers agree with that. I know you'll enjoy it. :) Grab it from... ReAnimus Press Store | Amazon

Chet was also interviewed in the newspaper. Go Chet!

Edward Bryant

We've just finished releasing all of (multiple Nebula Award winner) Ed Bryant's books. If you've been waiting, the wait is over!

Because of Ed's financial needs, almost all the profits from this book go directly to Ed. Donations to help with Ed's medical and other financial needs are also most appreciated via www.FriendsOfEd.org. Thank you!

The final batch includes:

PREDATORS AND OTHER STORIES by Edward Bryant - $3.99 Troubling tales as only Ed Bryant can tell.

Ed Bryant's stories from the anthology Night Visions 4: Hardshell featuring all original stories by Dean R. Koontz, Robert R. McCammon, and Edward Bryant.

The "Author Introductions" before each story are themselves a work of art and not to be missed.

Grab it from... ReAnimus Press Store | Amazon

FETISH by Edward Bryant - $3.99 Modern day witch Angela Black faces some strange goings on with an old flame. Grab it from... ReAnimus Press Store | Amazon

TRILOBYTE by Edward Bryant - $2.99 A trio of twisted little tales from the master of twistedness. With an introduction by Tim Powers. Grab it from... ReAnimus Press Store | Amazon

And LOTS more

Read about all our other cool new releases, because we've got a whole bunch of stuff you'll enjoy reading. (Plus you'll find another coupon code there for another book!) :)

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25% OFF Cybermonday and LOTS OF NEW RELEASES at ReAnimus Press!

Mar 16, 2014   [permalink]

For starters!--

25% OFF ALL EBOOKS with Cybermonday coupon code "cybmon13" in the ReAnimus Press store: http://ReAnimus.com . (Only valid on ebooks.)

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W00t! Announcing a cool Steampunk collection and a cool hard-SF collection from the award-winning Sean McMullen. (His "Souls in the Great Machine" is one of my personal favorites.) And they are:

GHOSTS OF ENGINES PAST (Steampunk)

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1353 Amazon: http://Amazon.com/dp/B00FP22RPE

Award winning steampunk from a master!

Balloons were the only way to fly in 1840, and air safety standards were the stuff of science fiction...

A modern day librarian in London is about to reserve a book for a Regency serial killer...

When you think about it, they had the skills and materials to build a steam engine in 1449...

Some people just don't appreciate art, but a two mile long metal dragon with a serious attitude problem can do more than just sneer...

COLOURS OF THE SOUL (hard SF)

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1352 Amazon: http://Amazon.com/dp/B00FP4RDL0

Why are cheetahs the most perfect of creatures? Besides because they're cats, that is...

These are both new, never before published collections (I'm tickled that ReAnimus Press gets to do them!!), and both are in ebook ($3.99) and paperback ($14.99).

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Two wonderful new histories from ReAnimus Press, in ebook and paperback:

THE BOX: AN ORAL HISTORY OF TELEVISION, 1920-1961

"Wondrous... An oral scrapbook of the pioneering days of our video nation" --The New York Times Book Review Really amazing to read, and with over 100 photos.

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1336 Amazon: http://Amazon.com/dp/B00E2ZTOTW

YOU MUST REMEMBER THIS: AN ORAL HISTORY OF MANHATTAN FROM THE 1890s to WWII

"Indispensable... great fun to read." --The New York Times With dozens of photos. Fascinating stories.

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1337 Amazon: http://Amazon.com/dp/B00E3K3YDS

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XENOSTORM: RISING by Brian Clegg - $3.99

http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1357 Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GU3GXRK (also available in paperback)

He doesn't know it yet, but fourteen-year-old Davy Taylor is about to have the worst day of his life.

With a journalist for a father and a scientist mother, family life has always been nomadic: France, South America and now, London. Coming home from school, he collapses in the street. More pain than he'd ever thought possible... a brain haemorrhage? Is he dying? He staggers home. Surely his parents can help? But they're gone. The flat's empty. He's alone.

And then the voice in his head starts talking.

Davy finds himself facing a powerful underground group who have lived for hundreds of years--and want to see him dead. The future of human existence is in the balance...

Brian Clegg is an author of popular science books, including The God Effect, A Brief History of Infinity, How to Build a Time Machine and Inflight Science. He has written for many publications from The Wall Street Journal and the Times to Playboy and Nature. He lives in Wiltshire, England with his wife, twin daughters and golden retriever.

COSTIGAN'S NEEDLE by Jerry Sohl - $3.99

http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1359 (also available in paperback)

We're just about finished releasing all of Star Trek and Twilight Zone writer Jerry Sohl's books, and many people say this one's their favorite.

Dr. Winfield Costigan had designed his "Needle" as a boon to medical research. But few men are able to let well enough alone, and when the Inland Electronics Company puts up a huge sum to finance the project, Costigan constructs a needle big enough to allow a man to step inside. At a secret testing, Glenn Basher of Inland Electronics draws the short straw and passes through the eye of the needle. Trouble is, he does not reappear.

"Jerry Sohl undoubtedly possesses one of the most imaginative minds of our day." --Houston Post

Jerry Sohl is the acclaimed writer for Star Trek, The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and scores more scripts and novels.

UNDERHANDED BRIDGE by Jerry Sohl -- also, UNDERHANDED CHESS

A hilarious handbook of devious diversions and stratagems for winning at bridge. Likewise for chess!

UNDERHANDED BRIDGE (ebook and paperback):

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1364 Amazon: http://Amazon.com/dp/B00GZ6QGAQ

UNDERHANDED CHESS (ebook; paperback coming soon):

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1244 Amazon: http://Amazon.com/dp/B0098DZHLM

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ROMANCE... We've got Romances!

First there's PASSING THROUGH THE FLAME by Norman Spinrad:

http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1181 Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0086PPSP8

Hollywood... a jungle where a new set of predators is clawing savagely for domination. The great movie studios and stars still hold sway -- but the porno filmmakers on the one hand, and the record companies and rock stars on the other, are accumulating more and more power. Into this warfare comes Velva Leecock and Paul Conrad. Beautiful Velva, whose innocent sexuality may be her passkey to superstardom, and talented, ambitious Paul, whose honest may be his undoing.

"Comes off with a bang -- full of action and all varieties of sex!" -- Publishers Weekly

"PASSING THROUGH THE FLAME is perfect of it's kind. Sex, dope, violence, a complex plot, a huge cast... something of everything we want Hollywood to be! Norman Spinrad writes with unexpected compassion for his characters. I recommend it wholeheartedly!" -- Harper's Bookletter

We've also got Norman's semi-auto-biographical / romance, THE CHILDREN OF HAMELIN - http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1183

Then six romances by Jerry Sohl, written under pseudonyms "Roberta Jean Mountjoy" and "Nathan Butler". :)

DR. JOSH

Women would do anything for "Dr." Josh, and he would do _everything_ for them.

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1366 Amazon: http://Amazon.com/dp/B00GZA6VC0

NIGHT WIND and sequel BLACK THUNDER

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1293 Amazon: http://Amazon.com/dp/B00BIVE0OW

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ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1294 Amazon: http://Amazon.com/dp/B00BIUA8DA

BLOWDRY

A wild novel of sex and beauty and what happens when they explode together.

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1368

MAMELLE

She was young, and she was a lot of woman. Could she help it if she was also a lot of trouble?

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1367

KAHEESH

Women were helpless against the stranger and his magnetic wiles...

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1365

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Six ebook titles by Roby James!

They range from science fiction and fantasy to historical and romance. All titles are $3.99. She's a great writer, a great person, and, considering some unfortunate recent events in her life (as chronicled in her newsgroup on sff.net), I'd really like to be able to show her some strong sales numbers. So we have:

COMMENCEMENT: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1340 - Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EMMVW22

The Sting was what made Ronica McBride special--now she was crashed on an unknown planet without it. Originally published by Del Rey.

COMMITMENT: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1341 - Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EMMVYBQ

Using her rare power over human minds, Ronica McBride vows to destroy the corruption tearing apart the interstellar empire.

THE SOLDIER'S DAUGHTER: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1342 - Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EMY0KIW

Sir William Wallace, the Scots hero, left his daughter three things...

BEYOND THE HEDGE: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1343 - Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EN2LVSQ

A executive woman who has never had time for love stumbles into a land of magic, 200 years in the past.

A SONG OF AWAKENING: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1344 - Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EMY0MC6

A monumental, richly romantic historical with a subtle touch of fantasy.

MAELSTROM: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1345 - Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EN3AP7S

In the middle of the third dance, Margaret's world stopped for a heartbeat, then continued with the comfortable direction of her life completely changed...

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And we have NEBULA AWARD winners!

THE CURE FOR EVERYTHING, a Nebula Award winner by Severna Park

Finding the cure for all diseases comes with a heavy price...

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1354

PARTICLE THEORY, by multi-Nebula Award winner Edward Bryant

A collection of some of Ed's best stories. Ed is in dire financial need, so your help is appreciated. (Others of his titles are there too.)

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1270

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Ben Bova's bestselling THE EXILES TRILOGY ebook is now just $3.99 for a limited time on Amazon and in the ReAnimus Press store!

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1122 Amazon: http://Amazon.com/dp/B005V54Z1O

When all the best of Earth's scientists are forced into exile to a space station to prevent their work from upsetting the status quo, they decide to embark on an even grander adventure to the stars.

Dr. Ben Bova is a six-time Hugo Award winner, and author of over 125 futuristic novels and nonfiction books about science and technology.

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Ben Bova's THE STAR CONQUERORS!

Majorly big announcement! Six-time Hugo winner BEN BOVA's most sought after and some say best novel, THE STAR CONQUERORS, is out from ReAnimus Press in *print* and ebook editions!

http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1128 It's so rare that used copies go for $500 and up. Until now! ReAnimus Press is pleased to announce the first ever reprinting and first ever trade paperback edition of THE STAR CONQUERORS in a Special Collectors' Edition.

To Explore New Worlds... and Resistance is Futile... all found their home here first with Star Watch Captain Geoffrey Knowland in what some say is a virtual blueprint for Star Trek.

This ReAnimus Special Collector's Edition features a special introductory essay from Ben Bova about the history of writing of the novel. (Not to mention, valuable advice to new writers on how to succeed.) As an extra treat this edition also includes the original Mel Hunter cover art in addition to new cover art from Clay Hagebusch.

THE STAR CONQUERORS is the first in the Watchmen series, followed by STAR WATCHMEN and THE DUELING MACHINE.

THE STAR CONQUERORS is a great story, far too long out of print. Available exclusively from ReAnimus Press, THE STAR CONQUERORS is a major publishing event you don't want to miss.

Resistance IS futile, so get your copy today!

ReAnimus Press has 20 of Ben Bova's books in all!--

THE STAR CONQUERORS, THE EXILES TRILOGY, COLONY, THE KINSMAN SAGA, THE DUELING MACHINE, THE WEATHERMAKERS, THE CRAFT OF WRITING SCIENCE FICTION THAT SELLS, STAR WATCHMEN, ESCAPE!, AS ON A DARKLING PLAIN, THE WINDS OF ALTAIR, THE MULTIPLE MAN, TEST OF FIRE, SPACE TRAVEL - A SCIENCE FICTION WRITER'S GUIDE, IMMORTALITY, THE STORY OF LIGHT

Coming soon: TWICE SEVEN, FORWARD IN TIME, MAXWELL'S DEMONS, THE ASTRAL MIRROR

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MORE PAPERBACK NEW RELEASES: h4>

We just released paperback editions of two bestselling True Crime books:

A MOTHER'S TRIAL, by Nancy Wright

Was it the perfect murder? A best-selling true story.

http://www.reanimus.com/?i=1328

BAD KARMA: A True Story of Obsession and Murder, by Deborah Blum

The true crime thriller that explores the darkest regions of romantic infatuation, and a landmark Supreme Court case.

http://www.reanimus.com/?i=1327

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We've also published a fully illustrated edition of Mark Twain's INNOCENTS ABROAD. In short: Best. Travel. Book. Ever. It was his bestselling book during his life, and the book that made him famous. Still hilarious today, and (having visited many of the sites he writes about) still a highly accurate travel guide. We have both an ebook and paperback edition of this one:

http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1325

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If you enjoy history, you'll enjoy MEXICA, by (award-winning, 3-time SFWA-President) Norman Spinrad. (Ebook & print) It's a cool story, the tale of Cortes and Montezuma, as told by a conquistador who was there to witness it. And I'm tickled that ReAnimus Press is able to publish the first US print edition!

http://ReAnimus.com/store?item=1309

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Indeed, I'm tickled to announce that ReAnimus Press is publishing *21* of Norman Spinrad's titles in paperback print edition! This includes his book on writing, STAYING ALIVE. Spinrad is a three-time SFWA President and award-winning author, so he knows his stuff. The book on writing is full of good, practical advice, and his fiction is always enjoyable. Many of these have been out of print for far too long so I'm glad we're the ones able to bring them back onto paper. We have several in ebook edition too. (Alas, someone else has the rest in ebook edition; though I think our covers are way cooler than theirs!) :)

So check out

http://ReAnimus.com/authors/normanspinrad

for these great titles:

STAYING ALIVE - A WRITER'S GUIDE (ebook & print), BUG JACK BARRON (ebook), THE LAST HURRAH OF THE GOLDEN HORDE (ebook & print), EXPERIMENT PERILOUS: THE 'BUG JACK BARRON' PAPERS (ebook & print), PASSING THROUGH THE FLAME (ebook & print), FRAGMENTS OF AMERICA (ebook & print), THE CHILDREN OF HAMELIN (ebook & print), MEXICA (ebook & print), THE IRON DREAM (print), THE VOID CAPTAIN'S TALE (print), CHILD OF FORTUNE (print), LITTLE HEROES (print), A WORLD BETWEEN (print), GREENHOUSE SUMMER (print), THE SOLARIANS (print), AGENT OF CHAOS (print), THE MEN FROM THE JUNGLE (print), SONGS FROM THE STARS (print), THE MIND GAME (print), RUSSIAN SPRING (print), PICTURES AT 11 (print), JOURNALS OF THE PLAUGE YEARS (print)

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A special shoutout that ReAnimus Press will be publishing (Critter and SFWA pro) Chet Gottfried's fantasy novel, THE GILDED BASILISK. More news anon!

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Critters Writers Workshop member extraordinaire Robert Qualkinbush's

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR SPECULATIVE FICTION OPENINGS *** 2ND EDITION ***

has just been released!!! Almost doubled in length, it has been expanded to include a treatment of opening hooks that you can't miss. This is in addition to his landmark analysis of story openings that comprised the first edition. This is a monumental, can't-be-missed work for all writers.

It's available in both paperback and ebook for all ebook readers, through:

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1184 (print & ebook) Amazon: http://Amazon.com/dp/B007O272ZI (kindle)

(Those who already bought the ebook of the first edition from either ReAnimus Press directly or from Amazon can get the 2nd edition at no charge by simply downloading the current file.)

As ever, a portion of the proceeds from ReAnimus Press sales goes to the Critters Fund Drive, so you're getting great books -and- helping Critters keep going. With the fund drive barely inching forward, this is important.

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Reminder about a really insightful book about short stories and anthologies, by Bud Webster. Great for readers and especially writers who want to understand the important anthology market better. Bud writes a regular column on anthologies for the SFWA Bulletin, and he's also a winner of the Service to SFWA Award, which shows the kind of dedication to his subjects he has. This book has over two dozen chapters covering the best anthologies and stories. Nobody knows anthos like Bud. It's called:

ANTHOPOLOGY 101: Reflections, Inspections and Dissections of SF Anthologies.

(Not a mis-spelling, Antho-pology.) :) It's at:

http://ReAnimus.com/store?item=1256

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THE BAKU: TALES OF THE NUCLEAR AGE by two-time Nebula Award winner Edward Bryant

http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1274 Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EX5ZFDK

Three short stories and a teleplay (bought but never produced by The Twilight Zone) comprise this edition of Edward Bryant's The Baku: Tales of the Nuclear Age. Nightmares and ghosts haunt a former bomber pilot and head of a nuclear power company. With a great cover by Critter member Fran Eisemann!

Because of Ed's financial needs, almost all the profits from this and his other books go directly to Ed. Donations to help with Ed's medical and other financial needs are also most appreciated via www.FriendsOfEd.org. Thank you!

And Harlan Ellison!--

PHOENIX WITHOUT ASHES by Harlan Ellison and Edward Bryant

ReAnimus Press Store: http://ReAnimus.com/?i=1266 Amazon: http://Amazon.com/dp/B00AS5N24I

Written as a collaboration between the multi-Nebula Award winning Ed Bryant and Harlan Ellison, one of the Grand Masters of science fiction and a multiple Hugo-, Nebula-, and Edgar Award-winner, PHOENIX WITHOUT ASHES is the novel edition of Harlan's famous, award-winning teleplay. (Please note this book is the novel edition, not the graphic novel.)

The year is 2785, and Devon, a farmer banished for challenging his community's Elders, discovers a secret that changes everything he knew about the world, leading him on a quest to solve a mystery beyond his understanding before his entire world is destroyed in a cataclysm.

With a Harlanesque introduction by Harlan Ellison.

Harlan is very graciously donating his author's income to Ed for this book. THANK YOU, HARLAN!

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Greg Bear has added his endorsement of THE SIGIL TRILOGY to those of Michael Moorcock, Nancy Kress, Kim Stanley Robinson, and many others. Greg says, "Henry Gee stakes his claim to excellence with these startling, beautifully written tales of cosmic adventure. Brisk, funny, triumphant--and utterly compelling." THE SIGIL TRILOGY is also getting some very positive signs regarding major award nominations.

All three volumes are available in ebook and print, as separate volumes and a combined omnibus edition at http://www.ReAnimus.com/sigil

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THE PLANET MASTERS by bestselling author Allen L. Wold

http://ReAnimus.com/store?item=1286 Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004Z80IBE B00B2EGG5G

On the isolated world of Seltique, where a ritual of legalized murder reinforces a complex and rigid class system, bionically augmented trouble-shooter Larson McCade sets out to find the Book of Aradka, repository of the ancient wisdom of an alien race. His search progressively unveils the hidden story of his own great-grandfather's flight from the mysterious upheavals which plunged once-great Seltique into a dark age of paranoia and xenophobia. (Kirkus Reviews)

Allen L. Wold is the bestselling author of nine science fiction novels: THE PLANET MASTERS, STAR GOD, THE EYE IN THE STONE, JEWELS OF THE DRAGON, CROWN OF THE SERPENT, LAIR OF THE CYCLOPS, and three novels in the _V_ (television tie-in) series.

All except the _V_ books are coming soon from ReAnimus Press. (Can't get ahold of anyone at Warner Bros. to get the dang rights for those _V_ books. Would love to get THX1138 from them too. Anybody know anybody at Warner???) :)

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For those who like mysteries, ReAnimus Press has just published all the volumes in the Kieran Lenahan mystery series by Conor Daly, starting with LOCAL KNOWLEDGE.

http://ReAnimus.com/store?item=1277 Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ANB7URC

"A FAST-PACED MYSTERY" --THE NEW YORK TIMES

Set in the world of pro-am golf, Kieran Lenahan, golf pro at Milton Country Club in Westchester County, N.Y., has just earned a berth in a local PGA tournament when the police inform him that the body of one of his club's co-owners has been fished out of a water hazard. Lenahan, a former lawyer, is stunned to hear he has been named in the dead man's will and designated to evaluate a set of rare, legendary Blitzklubs clubs, the sale of which is the sole inheritance for the dead man's beautiful trophy wife. Then the clubs are stolen, and Lenahan's young shop assistant, a reforming juvenile delinquent, is arrested for the murder. Lenahan must find the real murderer to free his assistant, search for the clubs--and prepare to play his opening PGA round.

As Publisher's weekly says, "Even non-golfers will delight in Lenahan's love of the game and the fairway world."

"DALY SCORES A BIRDIE" --PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY

Also released are the others in the Kieran Lenahan series -- get them all at the $2.99 introductory price while it lasts. :)

Plus lots more -- check out the store at http://www.ReAnimus.com !

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Nook Sales Fall Off Cliff and Other Irregularities - Big Problems at Barnes&Noble

Mar 17, 2014   [permalink]

First off, let me say sales at ReAnimus Press are doing great. Very healthy and growing. Over 100 new and backlist titles released or in the pipeline from award-winning and best-selling authors. Yay!

In that context, it's very odd that our Barnes & Noble / Nook revenue chart looks like this:

Yeah, that's an 80%+ plummet in sales since a year ago. B&N is a small part of our overall sales... and getting so small as to be irrelevant. To reiterate, our sales elsewhere (Amazon, Apple, etc.) are healthy and increasing, so this problem is isolated to B&N.

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22 Norman Spinrad titles back in print from ReAnimus Press — including a first print release of MEXICA!

Jun 18, 2013   [permalink]

We've got some great summer Spinradian reading for you from ReAnimus Press!

To start, we have the first US print release of MEXICA, from the award-winning Norman Spinrad. #SFWApro

Mexica cover If you enjoy history, you'll love MEXICA. It's a cool story, the tale of Cortes and Montezuma, as told by a conquistador who was there to witness it. We've also got the ebook edition. Both are available at:

http://ReAnimus.com/store?item=1309

Next, I'm tickled to announce that ReAnimus Press is publishing *21*, yes, 21 of Norman's titles in print edition! Many of these have been out of print for far too long. We have several in ebook edition too. (Alas, someone else has the rest in ebook edition; though I think our covers are much cooler than theirs!) :)

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So check out

http://ReAnimus.com/authors/normanspinrad

for these great titles:

BUG JACK BARRON (ebook)
THE LAST HURRAH OF THE GOLDEN HORDE (ebook & print)
STAYING ALIVE - A WRITER'S GUIDE (ebook & print)
EXPERIMENT PERILOUS: THE 'BUG JACK BARRON' PAPERS (ebook & print)
PASSING THROUGH THE FLAME (ebook & print)
FRAGMENTS OF AMERICA (ebook & print)
THE CHILDREN OF HAMELIN (ebook & print)
MEXICA (ebook & print)
THE IRON DREAM (print)
THE VOID CAPTAIN'S TALE (print)
CHILD OF FORTUNE (print)
LITTLE HEROES (print)
A WORLD BETWEEN (print)
GREENHOUSE SUMMER (print)
THE SOLARIANS (print)
AGENT OF CHAOS (print)
THE MEN FROM THE JUNGLE (print)
SONGS FROM THE STARS (print)
THE MIND GAME (print)
RUSSIAN SPRING (print)
PICTURES AT 11 (print)
JOURNALS OF THE PLAUGE YEARS (print)

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In other news from ReAnimus Press......

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For those who like steampunk, or hard SF, I hope you'll be as excited as I am that I can announce my ReAnimus Press is publishing not one but -two- collections of short stories by the awesome Sean McMullen. Watch for more news about GHOSTS OF ENGINES PAST and COLOURS OF THE SOUL. I posted the covers to my facebook page ( http://www.facebook.com/andrew.l.burt ) so y'all can see them. I think they're brilliant.

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A special shoutout that ReAnimus Press will be publishing (SFWA pro) Chet Gottfried's new fantasy novel, THE GILDED BASILISK. More news anon!

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Meanwhile, Henry Gee's SIEGE OF STARS, beloved by folks like Greg Bear, Michael Moorcock, Kim Stanley Robinson, and Nancy Kress, and the first book of THE SIGIL TRILOGY, is at 99c here and on Amazon for a short time. All print and ebook editions at

http://ReAnimus.com/sigil

I think it's one of the best books I've ever read, so you won't be disappointed.

"Henry Gee stakes his claim to excellence with these startling, beautifully written tales of cosmic adventure. Brisk, funny, triumphant—and utterly compelling."—Greg Bear

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Also check out a duology Romance series that (Star Trek master writer) Jerry Sohl wrote under the name Roberta Jean Mountjoy: NIGHT WIND and BLACK THUNDER. He wrote a ton of stuff, lots of SF, fun ones like UNDERHANDED CHESS, plus a bunch more — all of which we're re-releasing at:

http://ReAnimus.com/authors/jerrysohl

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More cool titles from ReAnimus Press...

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All three volumes are available in ebook and print, as separate volumes and a combined omnibus edition at http://www.ReAnimus.com/sigil

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THE PLANET MASTERS by bestselling author Allen L. Wold

http://ReAnimus.com/store?item=1286 Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004Z80IBE B00B2EGG5G

On the isolated world of Seltique, where a ritual of legalized murder reinforces a complex and rigid class system, bionically augmented trouble-shooter Larson McCade sets out to find the Book of Aradka, repository of the ancient wisdom of an alien race. His search progressively unveils the hidden story of his own great-grandfather's flight from the mysterious upheavals which plunged once-great Seltique into a dark age of paranoia and xenophobia. (Kirkus Reviews)

Allen L. Wold is the bestselling author of nine science fiction novels: THE PLANET MASTERS, STAR GOD, THE EYE IN THE STONE, JEWELS OF THE DRAGON, CROWN OF THE SERPENT, LAIR OF THE CYCLOPS, and three novels in the _V_ (television tie-in) series.

All except the _V_ books are coming soon from ReAnimus Press. (Can't get ahold of anyone at Warner Bros. to get the dang rights for those _V_ books. Would love to get THX1138 from them too. Anybody know anybody at Warner???) :)

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Four new titles in the works from Ben Bova, four from Karen Haber, and two fascinating history titles from Jeff Kisseloff, one an orally recorded history of TV, and one an oral history of New York City, told by those who were there... watch this space!

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ANTHOPOLOGY 101: REFLECTIONS, INSPECTIONS AND DISSECTIONS OF SF ANTHOLOGIES by Bud Webster

http://ReAnimus.com/store?item=1256 Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ALM58H2

If you like reading science fiction short stories, or write them, you'll want to read this. Noted expert Bud Webster expertly dissects the great SF anthologies. A must for writers and SF fans.

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For those who like mysteries, ReAnimus Press has just published all the volumes in the Kieran Lenahan mystery series by Conor Daly, starting with LOCAL KNOWLEDGE.

http://ReAnimus.com/store?item=1277 Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ANB7URC

"A FAST-PACED MYSTERY"
—THE NEW YORK TIMES

Set in the world of pro-am golf, Kieran Lenahan, golf pro at Milton Country Club in Westchester County, N.Y., has just earned a berth in a local PGA tournament when the police inform him that the body of one of his club's co-owners has been fished out of a water hazard. Lenahan, a former lawyer, is stunned to hear he has been named in the dead man's will and designated to evaluate a set of rare, legendary Blitzklubs clubs, the sale of which is the sole inheritance for the dead man's beautiful trophy wife. Then the clubs are stolen, and Lenahan's young shop assistant, a reforming juvenile delinquent, is arrested for the murder. Lenahan must find the real murderer to free his assistant, search for the clubs—and prepare to play his opening PGA round.

As Publisher's weekly says, "Even non-golfers will delight in Lenahan's love of the game and the fairway world."

"DALY SCORES A BIRDIE"
—PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY

Also released are the others in the Kieran Lenahan series — get them all at the $2.99 introductory price while it lasts. :)

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MEXICA, by Norman Spinrad - Hot off the presses!

May 27, 2013   [permalink]

MEXICA cover

The first US print edition of MEXICA, by Norman Spinrad goes on sale May 31st -- BUT for my bloggy friends, I've made it live now! There's a print (yes, print!) edition and an ebook edition..

What's it about, you ask?

The prophecy is fulfilled. The fifth world has fallen. The sixth world is born, and only one man holds the secret of the late empire. The year is 1531. Cortes, Montezuma, and one of the conquistadors tell the story of the meeting of two civilizations -- a meeting that could only end in chaos...

So go ahead and grab it now for some great Summer reading!

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FREE Weekend Special! - Download SIEGE OF STARS, Book 1 of THE SIGIL TRILOGY for Free

Mar 30, 2013   [permalink]

Check out (Nature Editor) Henry Gee's THE SIGIL TRILOGY for free by grabbing the free download of Book 1, SIEGE OF STARS, this weekend only, at:

www.ReAnimus.com/sigil

Available in print and ebook edition, in three volumes or all in one. Recommended effusively by none other than Greg Bear, Michael Moorcock, Nancy Kress, Kim Stanley Robinson, and many others.

From Nature Editor Henry Gee comes a story of breathtaking scope and beloved characters. Spanning millions of years and the breadth of the universe, The Sigil Trilogy is an epic tale that explores the nature of humanity, belief, and love.

The Universe is dying from within. No one knows how to save it, so the Elders give a young Drover a last ditch chance to stop the rot. If only she knew where to begin.

Unaware of the threat to the universe, Ruxhana Fengen Kraa, Admiral of the 17th Rigel Fleet, is about to be cashiered for a stupendous tactical error. But Special Ops has an important and most bizarre job for him.

Eons away in time, Jack Corstophine is an archaeologist on Earth with an intuition about the land that he can't put into words—until the beautiful and brilliant Jadis Markham comes into his life. Together, they discover that the landscape of Europe is far from natural. The Earth bears the scars of an ancient civilization that goes back millions of years — and has terrible implications for the future of mankind.

The Sigil Trilogy traces the lives of compelling characters — people... entities... and... species... — through time and space. It's magnificent in background, beautifully written, and with the most memorable characters. The Sigil Trilogy is spellbinding, funny, thoughtful, and touching all at the same time. Complete with complex mysteries, massive battles, romance, hot aliens, steampunk cities, good scotch, armageddon, it's all here — you won't be able to put it down.

Siege of Stars is the first volume of The Sigil Trilogy, Henry Gee's incredible opus.


The second and third volumes, SCOURGE OF STARS and RAGE OF STARS, are all now available as individual volumes as well as in an collected, omnibus edition, all in both ebook and print.

Praise for THE SIGIL TRILOGY:

"Henry Gee stakes his claim to excellence with these startling, beautifully written tales of cosmic adventure. Brisk, funny, triumphant--and utterly compelling."
—Greg Bear, award-winning author of Darwin's Radio

"Great stuff. Touches of Douglas Adams, Barrington Bayley, David Britton and Steve Aylett only emphasise the splendid originality of this book. Henry Gee is thoughtful, funny, original. And pretty thoroughly mind-expanding in the tradition of Wells, David Lindsay, Stapledon and Clarke. In fact everything you yearn to find in a very good contemporary SF novel. Really enjoyed it!"
—SFWA Grandmaster Michael Moorcock

"Coming to a science fiction novel by Henry Gee I was expecting a work knowledgeable about the world and all its ways, but who would have guessed it would also reveal Henry to be a visionary space voyager of the first order? The Sigil is in the grand tradition of Stapledonian space opera, and provides not only an explanation for why this universe is the way it is, but gives us the many vivid wild adventures on the part of some (very appealing) conscious characters acting to make it that way. Awesome stuff, and a true pleasure to read page by page."
Kim Stanley Robinson, award-winning author of Red Mars

"Fast-moving, insanely inventive science fiction in the grand manner—seldom has the fate of the galaxy been handled on such a large scale. Gee draws on archeology, geology, physics, and biology to create a rich tapestry with surprises woven into every thread."
Nancy Kress, award-winning author of Beggars in Spain

"Siege is compelling, grandiose, and breathtaking in its spacetime and its characters are intriguing, personal, and complex....This book of Henry's is going to be high on the charts."
—Greg Laden, scienceblogs.com
[See the full review here.]

"Echoes of Olaf Stapledon and Arthur C. Clarke, with more interesting characters than either of them."
—John Gribbin

"Cosmically deep and sensually rich, here is a very warm, enthusiastic and human book about great issues of our own world and of the whole universe, beautifully written. What can I say but: Gee Whiz! (unless somebody already has...)"
—Ian Watson

"One of the very best books I've ever read."
—Andrew Burt, founder, Critters Writers' Workshop / Critique.org

"Henry Gee serves up a tasty stew of sex, science and space opera. Or should that read romance, rationality and retro-SF? Either way, the book is great entertainment."
—Vaughan Stanger, author of Alternate Apollos and The English Dead

"A great very-wide-screen story, with many interesting characters I cared about...the writing—and the palaeontology—are beautifully executed"
—Jack Cohen, author of Wheelers and Heaven

"Reminiscent of Peter F. Hamilton's SF epics in its scope and ambition, "The Siege of Stars" is a wildly imaginative book set against the vivid locales scattered throughout time and space. Gee masterfully paints his protagonists in engaging, realistic and very human light. Their personalities and relationships drive the story forward as much as its grandiose scale, making "Siege" difficult to put down."
—Alex Shvartsman

"Henry Gee's crackling prose and fast-paced storytelling pull the reader right in, but it's the vividness of his characters that creates such a sense of intimacy in this large-scale cosmic tale. It's an impressive fiction debut, a page-turner that delivers the goods!"
—Mercurio D. Rivera, World Fantasy Award nominee

"Gee's writing is simply dazzling. The Sigil is a debut novel by an already accomplished author. His characters feel like real people, his story premise is bold and yet founded on actual science, and his fictional universe dares to encompass the issues of our day. Here's a writer to watch."
—David Marusek

"Henry Gee's Sigil Trilogy is everything that good science fiction should be: ambitious, sweeping in scope, well-crafted, intelligently plotted and, above all, thoroughly, thoroughly readable."
—Ian Whates

"Henry Gee paints a stunning, thriving universe in which readers will delight."
—Shelly Li

"Siege of Stars is terrific — a highly original mash-up of wild archaeology and advanced aliens, with sympathetic characters, comedy and tragedy. Scientists (and Nature editors) can write science fiction."
— Ian Stewart

"I was amazed and delighted by part one of The Sigil. Exploding galaxies; million-year-old aliens with super powers; huge, ancient prehuman civilisations. The best sensawunda sf I've come across for years."
—Elizabeth Counihan, Editor of Scheherazade Magazine

"The Sigil Trilogy is magnificently panoramic in breadth — a quirky, erudite and often hilarious tale of adventure mingling epic science fiction, archaeology, palaeontology and romance. Vividly entertaining!"
—Cecilia Dart-Thornton, bestselling author of the Bitterbynde series

"SIEGE OF STARS is a fascinating story from start to finish, with great ideas, neat set pieces, and interesting characters. Gee knows his stuff."
— Eric Brown, author of Engineman

"I got so engrossed in it that I could not put it down. Siege of Stars is a very good Sci-Fi novel, in the tradition of Arthur C. Clarke and Ray Bradbury. It spans space and time on a grand scale, but at the same time delves into the questions of what it means to be human. I recommend this book."
—Lee Gimenez, bestselling author of The Nanotech Murders


Dr. Henry Gee is senior editor at the renowned science journal Nature and editor of the award-winning Nature Futures science fiction short story series. He has written over a dozen books, including The Science of Middle Earth and A Field Guide to Dinosaurs.

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Books at a steal for Talk Like A Pirate Day!

Sep 19, 2012   [permalink]

ARRRRR! Ahoy, Mateys, it's that day! In commemoration of Talk Like A Pirate Day, and seeing as how one of the main characters in Henry Gee's SCOURGE OF STARS: Book 2 of THE SIGIL TRILOGY starts on his journey captured by pirates :) you can plunder an ebook copy of the -first- book in the series for 99 cents in the ReAnimus Press store! (That's SIEGE OF STARS, Book -1- of THE SIGIL TRILOGY.) Use coupon code "arrr99" (that's 3 r's, arrr!) before midnight tonight t' get yer booty on:

http://ReAnimus.com/sigil

If you take a real, genuine shine to Book 1 and tell all yer mateys on Facebook to snatch it from the link above, then as an extra bit of booty, send me the proof of the deed and I'll send you a treasure map to Book 2. (You can tip yer mateys off to the deal too if ye want, seein' as I couldn't stop ye.)

Speakin o' the devil, Nancy Kress has come on board with some mighty kind words too. "Fast-moving," says she, "insanely inventive science fiction in the grand manner -- seldom has the fate of the galaxy been handled on such a large scale. Gee draws on archeology, geology, physics, and biology to create a rich tapestry with surprises woven into every thread."

Also underhanded and devious is UNDERHANDED CHESS, by Jerry Sohl, so it deservers a look too: Use coupon code "arrrr99" (that's 4 r's, arrrr!) by midnight for 99 cents on ye olde Underhanded Chess, a harr'larious handbook of devious diversions and stratagems for winnin' at chess: http://ReAnimus.com/store?item=1244

Them's both buried treasure for sure, so smartly now, lads and lasses, as the offer walks the plank at midnight.

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One of the Best Books I've Ever Read

Aug 31, 2012   [permalink]

THE SIGIL TRILOGY by Henry Gee is one of the best books I've ever read, including classics. I don't say that lightly; I really think it's top-notch, award-caliber. So I'm really happy to say I'm publishing it under the ReAnimus Press moniker. Yeah, I know, I'm the publisher and I'm supposed to be enthusiastic — but I'm publishing this because I think it's an awesome book.

It's by Henry Gee, senior editor at the esteemed journal Nature,, award-winning editor of their Nature Futures SF short-short series, and author of a dozen or so books.

We've had lots of enthusiasm from early readers, so I'm encouraged that it's not just my taste, but that it really is a great book. SF Grandmaster Michael Moorcock had this to say about it: "Great stuff. Touches of Douglas Adams, Barrington Bayley, David Britton and Steve Ayelet only emphasise the splendid originality of this book. Henry Gee is thoughtful, funny, original. And pretty thoroughly mind-expanding in the tradition of Wells, David Lindsay, Stapledon and Clarke. In fact everything you yearn to find in a good contemporary SF novel. Really enjoyed it!"

Here's what it's about:

From Nature Editor Henry Gee comes a story of breathtaking scope and beloved characters. Spanning millions of years and the breadth of the universe, The Sigil Trilogy is an epic tale that explores the nature of humanity, belief, and love.

The Universe is dying from within. No one knows how to save it, so the Elders give a young Drover a last ditch chance to stop the rot. If only she knew where to begin.

Unaware of the threat to the universe, Ruxhana Fengen Kraa, Admiral of the 17th Rigel Fleet, is about to be cashiered for a stupendous tactical error. But Special Ops has an important and most bizarre job for him.

Eons away in time, Jack Corstophine is an archaeologist on Earth with an intuition about the land that he can't put into words—until the beautiful and brilliant Jadis Markham comes into his life. Together, they discover that the landscape of Europe is far from natural. The Earth bears the scars of an ancient civilization that goes back millions of years — and has terrible implications for the future of mankind.

Available from:

ReAnimus Press - ebook edition (mobi/epub)

ReAnimus Press - print edition (via Amazon)

Available from Amazon.com

Available from Amazon.uk

Barnes & Noble
for your Nook

The Sigil Trilogy traces the lives of compelling characters — people... entities... and... species... — through time and space. It's magnificent in background, beautifully written, and with the most memorable characters. The Sigil Trilogy is spellbinding, funny, thoughtful, and touching all at the same time. Complete with complex mysteries, massive battles, romance, hot aliens, steampunk cities, good scotch, armageddon, it's all here — you won't be able to put it down.

Siege of Stars is the first volume of The Sigil Trilogy, Henry Gee's incredible opus.

The second and third volumes, SCOURGE OF STARS and RAGE OF STARS, are completed and in production for release within weeks of SIEGE OF STARS. (In fact, the second volume is available now as an electronic Advance Reader Copy).

I know it'll sound corny, but it's true: I genuinely think you'll enjoy THE SIGIL TRILOGY. Check it out, and do let me know what you think of it.

(And, if you're really a fan, tell all your friends to check out www.ReAnimus.com/sigil .) :)

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W00T! Henry "Nature Futures" Gee's SIEGE OF STARS, Book 1 of The Sigil Trilogy, is now in ARC!

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Fans of Print Remain Hopeful vs. Ebooks, Despite the Cold Equations

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Thoughts on Smashwords Finding That Higher Ebook Prices Are Better

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Libraries and Ebooks - An Interesting Question

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Survey!

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DOJ Ebook / Apple / Publisher Lawsuit First Thoughts - Arrghhhhh!!!

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Staying Alive - New Ebook on the Business of Writing from Norman Spinrad

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Special 99 cent Deal on Ben Bova's EXILES TRILOGY

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ReAnimus Press Updates: 30+ New Books from Ben Bova, Norman Spinrad, Jerry Sohl, Wil McCarthy!

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Ben Bova's THE CRAFT OF WRITING SCIENCE FICTION THAT SELLS is out from ReAnimus Press

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What could B&N, Smashwords, etc. do better? Share your ideas...

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Five review copies of A Private Mutiny and Side Effects available - email me if you're interested

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A Private Mutiny, Ben Bova's Latest Ebook, and Amazon

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Meet Biff America

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99 cent Special on Ben Bova's THE WEATHERMAKERS on Amazon from ReAnimus Press

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A GUIDE TO BARSOOM from ReAnimus Press - Just went live!

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Recycle Your Money

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So, Where do you buy your ebooks, and Why?

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Ebooks and Bridging the Digital Divide

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Survey Says: People Really Like Ebook Readers

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Eternity is a Loooong Time

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It's Freebie Friday in the Critter Members' Bookstore! http://critique.org/c/store

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It's Freebie Friday in the Critters Members Store!

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A paper-like screen you can roll up and crumple...

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A mischievous thought on HarperCollins' limiting libraries to 26 loans of an ebook...

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Nooks for under $75!

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Milestone: AAP reports ebooks are now the #1 book format

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The end of Rejection Dejection?

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Ebook Sales Continue Massive Growth, Numbers as Projected

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Nearing the breakeven point selling your own ebooks

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Free ebook: Use coupon code NZ24U to read "A Sailor on the Sea of Humanity" at http://bit.ly/hfuAlL

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Publisher to limit number of ebook library checkouts

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Making an Ebook for Kindles and iPads and Nooks, Oh My!

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Ebook Sales Cannibalizing Print

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Borders Declares Bankruptcy -- While Amazon Sells More Ebooks than Paper

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Displaying What You Read With Ebooks?

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Signs, Portents, Omens; and the Future of Selling "Physical" Ebooks

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Saving Moolah with Media Mail for Manuscripts

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2011 - The Year of the Ebook?

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Ebook sales -- Comparing Apples to Apples, and Besides, it's Not the 10% Today, it's the "If This Goes On..." Tomorrow

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What's the best price for an ebook? -- A Survey

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What Can Publishers Do For Authors in a Mostly-ebook World?

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How to Sign an Ebook

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Digital paper demonstrated — cool!

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Why DRM is bad, reason #732

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First impressions: Pandigital Novel ebook reader review

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Are you prepared for The Big One?

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Stephen King now reads half digitally

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.epub and .mobi Files for Manuscripts

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