Thursday, March 24, 2011

Swear the Crimson Pact!

Watch this video to see what it's all about:

Some time ago, my friend Paul and I wrote a story called The Failed Crusade. It was going to be the origin story for an e-anthology of stories about the brave inhabitants of many worlds struggling against a demonic incursion. Sadly, the anthology never got off the ground.

The story, though, was pretty darned good, and so Paul was not satisfied to let the matter die. The original anthology may have fizzled, but it was still a viable project. He pitched the idea to his friend Steven Saus, and Steven was into it. Some months and a heck of a lot of work later, the e-book anthology has become a reality. It features 26 stories by a group a fine authors, including Larry Correia, a New York Times Bestselling Author and all around cool guy. (He wrote Monster Hunter International, Monster Hunter Vendetta, and the soon-to-be-released Hard Magic. Check his site out HERE.)

Back to the business at hand: The Crimson Pact. It is now out, and available for all formats of e-reader, as well as reading directly from your computer screen via .pdf format. It is going for $5, which is a fair price for an e-book that goes over 130k words. Two of my stories are featured, The Failed Crusade, and Red Test. Those, however, are in no way the only attractions. Paul Genesse, the editor, is a fine editor and a choosy guy. He only took the best stuff.

If you choose to buy The Crimson Pact from our website(the button furthest to the left), the authors will get the best level of compensation, and you will get a file including all the formats in which the book has been created, so that's the way to go. If, however, you find it more convenient to buy direct from the online retailer that supports your particular device (Amazon for the Kindle, Barnes and Nobel for the Nook, etc), links are on the top and bottom of the page. These links will route you to the appropriate website. The e-book will also respond to searches at the appropriate sites, if you're a rugged individualist and don't wish to follow the button links.

At long's the link:

Please support the hard work and good writing that has gone into this anthology. Provided that we are able to sell a reasonable number of these e-books, we will be able to continue and have further volumes.



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