What a Wonderful Deal

I see Terrence Green, Van Belkom, too
I see books for me, and books for you
And I think to myself what a wonderful deal.

I see Sean Stewart and Robert J. Sawyer
Hayden Trenholm and Mike Rimar
And I think to myself what a wonderful deal

The Aurora Award Book Bundle
The best in Canadian Sci-Fi
Horror and Fantasy are also there too
Everything for me and for you

Read Derryl Murphy and Michael Rowe
Read Bedwell-Grime and S. M. Beiko
And think to yourself what a wonderful deal
Yes, think to yourself what a wonderful deal.

 

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An Interview with Terence M. Green

Douglas Smith interviews Terence M. Green, a legend in Canadian Speculative fiction. His book, Shadow of Ashland is among the many books available in the Aurora Award Book Bundle. Read the interview here http://www.smithwriter.com/aurora-bundle-shadow-of-ashland.

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Get the Aurora Award Bundle.

Like science fiction? Fantasy? Horror? Like them for cheap? Well get them here, award winners all. https://storybundle.com/aurora

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Live and Let Read

When you were young and you loved

Almost every book

You used to say live and let read

(you loved horror)

(you loved fantasy)

(you loved science fiction)

But now you want something different

For your ereader…

So why don’t you give this a try…

Aurora Award Bundle.

Aurora Award Bundle.

 

 

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Second Contacts included in the Aurora Award Story Bundle!

Bundoran Press is thrilled to have not one but two of our anthologies in the latest Aurora Award Story Bundle. In my last note, I described Strange Bedfellows, which was an award finalist, but, now, let’s focus on our award-WINNING anthology, Second Contacts, or as some people call it: All Aliens, All the Time.

The premise of the anthology, co-edited by Bundoran Press publishers, Mike Rimar and Hayden Trenholm, is: what happens 50 years after first contact between alien species. In most cases, one of the species is humans, but in one case, the species are two forms of intelligent (and space faring) plants. That story by Nicole Lavigne went on to be translated and published in China. Meanwhile, Get the Message by Peter Wendt was included in the short list of the juried Sunburst Award. The jury said: “Peter Wendt’s “Get the Message” features a ticking clock, the impending destruction of the human race and an appeal for help that falls on deaf ears – or equivalent to ears – in species across the galaxy. With a brilliant balance of humour and tension, “Get the Message” shows how being on your own ain’t necessarily a bad thing.”

Of course, as is often the case in science fiction, these tales of alien interaction were used to explore many issues that face humanity when one culture interacts with another, including such fundamental questions as what it means to be human and how colonialism and post-colonialism impact human societies. As we like to say at Bundoran Press, Science Fiction is our conversation with the future and these 17 stories include a great diversity of conversations.

You can get it and none other books here: https://storybundle.com/aurora

 

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