bundles


Storybundle again has two very tempting bundles:
Racing the clock curated by Dean Wesley Smith for seven days and Warp Speed Ahead curated by Kevin Anderson for 14 days more.

Also, Humble Bundle has Baen Space Opera bundle with books from Ben Bova, Sharon Lee and Steven Miller,
Catherine Asaro, David Weber, and loads of others. It’s available for 13 days.

Storybundle again has two very tempting bundles:
Time travel for 13 days and Sorcery and Steam for six days.

I’ve read and enjoyed Einstein’s Secret by Irving Belatche in the Time travel bundle.

The Fiction River presents issue, which is in the Sorcery and Steam bundle, has short stories from some previous Fiction River books. I’ve read some of them and really enjoyed Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s “The Scottish Play”.

Humble Bundle has Start a Series bundle for 12 more days. With one dollar you can get the first books in series from Andre Norton, Barbara Hambly, Dave Duncan, and Lynn Hightower. The second tier, with 8 dollars, you can get books from Greg Keyes (I loved the Age of Unreason series), Octavia Butler (Dawn! Another one I loved), Greg Bear, Katharine Kurtz, and four others. The final row, with 15 dollars has all those and a book from Liz Williams, Timothy Zahn, Fritz Lieber, Patricia Wrede, and others.

They also have a huge bundle for us table-top role players with 12 items (including two maps, a treasury for starting players, and a sourcebook for fantastical mounts) for just one dollar. Of course, the bigger bundles have lots of other goodies.

Storybundle has three bundles:

Urban fantasy for just a couple of more hours, Space travelers for seven days, and World Sci-fi for 21 days. These all look very tempting!