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Friday, April 4, 2014

Scavenger

Yeah, a little slow this week what with A-Z hogging up the blogosphere (which I can say since I'm fully participating in said hogfest on my personal blog, mainewords), so, no first page crit  for today. However, if you're interested in submitting for next month, I'd love to hear from you. Really! Meanwhile, I do have a little something for you...

http://www.amazon.com/Scavenger-Toxic-World-Novelette-ebook/dp/B00J02F2NO/ref=la_B001H6MUQI_1_14?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1395920739&sr=1-14

 In a world shattered by war, pollution, and disease, a lone scavenger discovers a priceless relic from the Old Times.
The problem is, it's stuck in the middle of the worst wasteland he knows--a contaminated city inhabited by insane chem addicts and vengeful villagers. Only his wits, his gun, and an unlikely ally can get him out alive.
Set in the Toxic World series introduced in the novel Radio Hope, this 10,000-word story explores more of the dangers and personalities that make up a post-apocalyptic world that's all too possible.


Liz alerted me to this little treasure which I'll be downloading onto my kindle shortly. The premise reminds me of Fallout3, my other favorite game.*

 
What are you reading? Liking it? 

Oh, and last time I checked Scavenger was only .99cents.



*the first being Skyrim

3 comments:

Sean McLachlan said...

It's free through April 8. Thanks for the shout out!

Liz A. said...

Glad to help out.

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