Thursday, March 12, 2009

It's Here! It's Here!

Yes, by crackey, it's here, in my very own garage, and it's shipping now!

Yes, you need it, you want it, you can't avoid my talking about it, it's Thrilling Wonder Stories, Volume 2!

If you want simply oodles of reasons why you should plunk down a sawbuck for this 252-page bundle of high-quality entertainment, click on the "Thursday Preview" link in the "Labels" list at the left. (Or, if that's too tough, click here.) And if that's not enough, what is the matter with you?!?

And if you want reasons why you should buy it at the Thrilling Wonder Store, well, for one thing, the Amazon page for it probably won't be up for at least a couple of weeks. And when it is, if Volume 1 is any indication, it'll cost more than $10. And besides, by cutting out the middle man and buying from the source, you'll be doing your part for independent publishing, and making it that much more likely that there's going to be a Volume 3.

So do both me and yourself a favor, and order the thing, already!! Thank you.


willrobinson said...

I ordered one! I can hardly wait!

Michael said...

Haven't got my comps yet, but I'm sure they'll be here Any Day Now. Meanwhile, I noticed that you said Steve Perry (my co-author on Manifest Destiny) was the only one with no Trek creds, thus kinda messing up your perfect record as far as contributors went. (You grandfathered him in because he's S.D. Perry's dad, and she's written several Trek novels.) Clever of you, but you missed a far more obvious link: Perry is the voice of the Shuttlecraft Pilot in WEAT. If that doesn't give him some cred, then I don't know what does.

The Editor said...

Gah! With all the reaching for Trek connections I've been doing here on the blog, how did I miss that? Not only is he in it, he mentions the name of another writer in the issue! (For those of you who haven't seen WEAT, he announces the arrival of the shuttlecraft Sturgeon.)