Racing the Storm and Other Stories by Steven J Pemberton
Racing the Storm and Other Stories is a collection of 13 science fiction short stories, some thought-provoking, some poignant, some just plain weird. It contains the following tales...
History Lesson, Provisional Report on Laniakea Alpha and Delivery Driver are available free to subscribers to my newsletter. History Lesson is also included in the charity anthology One Million Project: Fantasy (which, despite its title, contains science fiction stories too).
Racing the Storm and Other Stories is available from Amazon, for your Kindle, in print (6" x 9" paperback, 133 pages) and audio (4 hours 40 minutes, narrated by me) in USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Germany, France, Italy and Spain.
The paperback's ISBN is 979 877 145 8465.
The audiobook is also available from Audible UK, Audible USA, Audible France, and Audible Germany (Full disclosure: the Audible links use their bounty programme, which pays me a bonus if you become a subscriber after clicking the link. The price you pay is the same in either case.)
Free Samples and Giveaways
If you're a subscriber to my newsletter, you can read History Lesson, Provisional Report on Laniakea Alpha and Delivery Driver for free. If you're not already a subscriber, click here to join. The welcome email will contain a link to the stories.
You can listen to a sample of the audiobook here (MP3, 4 minutes 24 seconds). It's the start of More Than Just A Job, spoiler-free.
Short video trailer for History Lesson, from the time it appeared in One Million Project: Fantasy (3 minutes 3 seconds).
Video of me performing The Conspiracy Goes Lower Than You Think. (5 minutes 44 seconds)
Video of me performing The Long Way Round. (12 minutes 1 second)
Larger version of cover (wraparound for the paperback).
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Last update: 11/3/2023 14:37