I recently learned–via Giga Alert–that an old anthology that one of my stories (Old Rex) appeared in is still available–just in time for Halloween: The Ghost in the Gazebo: An Anthology of New England Ghost Stories.
Old Rex is also available in my SF/fantasy short story collection of reprints: The Doorway and Other Stories
Are the colonists alone on the slowly thawing planet? This planet was supposed to be theirs; their backers, who had their own agenda, had paid enough money to ensure that. And what lies under the snow and ice?
Cold New Planet can be found in Science Fiction Consortium, an anthology of short stories: Amazon link
My publisher, Melange Books, has a book giveaway extravaganza starting now: New Years Giveaway Extravaganza
The Preditors & Editors poll is now open; and I have two entries this year:
Strike Three, my post-apocalyptic novel, is in the Science Fiction and Fantasy novel category: http://critters.org/predpoll/novelsf.shtml
This anthology contains 10 stories by 9 authors, and they’re all good (not always the case in an anthology), but I do have favorites:
Temporal Shift is a good time travel story; it incorporates history (9/11) and considers the dangers of changing the past–no matter how badly you want to. Some of my favorite classic time travel stories do that. I like the ending!
A Shepherd No More is good–and has a cool ending. No peeking!
I really like The Destroyer of Syn. I wondered how their lives would turn out–and if they would survive. You’ll have to read it to learn what obstacles our protagonists had to surmount…
The other stories vary quite a bit with their backgrounds and views of the present and future, and I enjoyed them all. I think you’ll enjoy them too, but some more than others, as I did. Recommended–and I look forward to reading your reviews.
Note: One of the stories, Cold New Planet, is mine, but I haven’t read it yet here nor reviewed it, of course.
Cold New Planet
our new world
the crops grow green
for the first time
–oino sakai c9912.26