You heard right, true believers. I’m giving away a brand-new book from Jack Campbell’s New York Times bestselling series, The Lost Fleet! And you could win it. You! How? Read on!
I’m hoping that you’ll love this book so much that you’ll immediately run to the bookstore and buy more of Jack Campbell’s books to find out what you’ve been missing. (I did.) This will make the author happy, make you happy, and help your local bookstore survive the onslaught of this bad economy. So, everybody wins!
Speaking of winning, how do you get this book? Easy! Just leave a comment telling me what you’d like to see more of on SciFiBookshelf.com.
Seriously. It doesn’t get any easier than that.
Do you want more interviews? More science fiction news? More urban fantasy? Vampires? Nebula winners? You tell me, I’ll make it happen. This web site is about you (and, well, science fiction).
I’ll choose a random winner from all of the entries, and announce it here on Friday, June 11. So what are you waiting for? Start talkin’!
Um, I'm really new so I don't even know what you have been posting. I like book reviews. It helps me pick out the next book I want to read when I'm staring at a shelf of books I've never heard of.
And maybe some posts on what makes a good sci-fi book. I call mine science fantasy because it has a bit of both, but I often wonder if it really isn't sciency enough. does that make sense? I mean if I don't use and point out the scientific method throughout the plot, should I just say my civilization is a technologically advanced fantasy world?
Ok, I've rambled enough. :)
Thanks, Charity! You might check out David Weber's writing advice from Wednesday's post. He knows what he's talking about. Thanks for reading!