— The Lost Words

The End: Visions of Apocalypse book is out!

Dear readers, as you most vividly recall, several months ago, I participated in a writing contest called The End – a short story apocalyptic anthology featuring speculative fiction written by the SFFWorld.com forum members. As you even more vividly remember, I was voted among the winners. And now the book compiling the stories is out, just a few days before the world officially ends, so you’d better hurry and grab yourself a copy. Best thing? It’s free.

Yup, the book is free of charge, no strings or puppets attached. Well, let me not paraphrase, here’s the official bit explaining everything:

The End is upon us! …well, sort of.

Announcing the release of The End: Visions of Apocalypse, an anthology presented by SFFWorld.com members. Including twelve stories that detail various depictions of the end of the world, the anthology features the work of Michael J. Sullivan, Hugh Howey, Tristis Ward, and nine other writers, all with their own apocalyptic visions. From grim destruction to tragic suffering, and even humor, no version of the Earth is safe.

Now available through Smashwords. Coming soon to Amazon, and other online e-book retailers.

The End: Visions of Apocalypse

It is a great honor for me to be included among the likes of Hugh and Michael, who are great and renown authors. And let us not forget CMTheAuthor and tmso from SFFWorld.com who made this happen. Well, enough talking. Please do your part and read our stories, they are fairly short, so even the less patient among you will manage well.

And, as mentioned in the official announcement, additional versions and formats will follow soon, adding style, class and extra aesthetics to an already pleasing work. I must say I am quite pleased. So there you, just before the world comes to a screeching halt, an early holiday present from me.

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