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June 4, 2019

2019 - The Summer of Sci-Fi!

We hereby declare the summer of 2019 as Sci-Fi Summer! We are going to honor the space aliens among us by producing lots of science fiction books this summer. We are looking some Heinlein, some Asimov, some more Bradbury and Clarke to produce. Their early pulp stories are just fascinating. However, one of the biggest projects we're going to engage in is going to be H.G. Wells' "The War of the Worlds."

Sure, you've seen the movie. You might even have read the book. But have you read the original 1897 serialized version published in Pearson's Magazine? The one with 63 illustrations? This production is going to be a monster with all of these illustrations to clean up. Stay tuned....
So in order to kick off Sci-Fi Summer with a bang, all of our SALE books for June are Science Fiction. Enjoy!

On Sale This Month.

Ten Early Stories by Ray Bradbury
These ten early stories by Ray Bradbury were written between 1942 and 1944, during the height of World War II. Mostly from Weird Tales, they show Bradbury’s early interests in questions of coming of age, the power of childhood innocence, and death. "King of the Gray Spaces" is an early version of the classic story R is For Rocket.
A Million Years in the Future by Thomas P. Kelley
A thrilling interplanetary story of Jan, the last man on Earth; Tara the Glorious, Queen of the Stars; the Wolves of Worra, the Nine Terrible Sisters, the Birthplace of Time, and the Black Raiders, destroyers of a thousand planets.
The Skylark Trilogy by E.E. 'Doc' Smith
The Skylark Trilogy includes all three classic science fiction books:
"The Skylark of Space," (1928)
"Skylark Three" (1930)
and "The Skylark of Valeron" (1935)
Dawn of Flame & The Black Flame by Stanley G. Weinbaum
What price love? What price immortality? There’s a revolution brewing when Thomas Conner wakes after hundreds of years in the grave. Mortals versus immortals, the Weeds versus the Master, and Conner, by virtue of his resurrection, lands right in the middle of it.
Children of the Sun – Two Captain Future Novelets by Edmond Hamilton
These two stories by Edmond Hamilton (1904-1977), The Harpers of Titan and Children of the Sun are a particularly beautiful and haunting rumination about the nature of death, life, and eternal life.
Son of the Stars – Four Stories by Eando Binder
Four stories of space and time and Speed—like the speed of light—and faster than light—by Eando Binder.
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