It’s that time again: I’ve updated the site with a new round of articles and bonus material for the World Spectrum novels.
First, I’ve added a new article to the encyclopedia on what you never saw while reading the books — elements of the world and characters that I never found time to properly dive into.
I’m also pleased to announce that the World Spectrum series is now available on the ebook subscription service Scribd. Check out the announcement post for details, including how to read the series for free while still supporting my work as an author.
Finally, I’ve added an off-topic essay copied from Superior Realities, on the Norse god Odin and his connection to the art of writing. It doesn’t really have anything to do with the World Spectrum, but I thought it was interesting enough to be worth sharing.
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There’s now yet another way to read my trilogy of science fantasy epics, The Books of the World Spectrum. The full series has now been added to Scribd’s library and is available for reading.
Humanity was not born free.
Long ago, a terrible race known only as the Old Gods created the human race to serve as their slaves. After centuries of servitude, humanity rebelled and succeeded in destroying their masters.
But the Old Gods and their dark influence were not banished entirely. The Books of the World Spectrum are a trilogy of epic science fantasy novels telling the tale of the lingering threats left by the Old Gods, and one woman’s struggle to overcome the stains of humanity’s dark origins. Drawing inspiration from steampunk, high fantasy, and science fiction, they are an adventure like no other.
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If you’re not familiar with it, Scribd is a subscription service allowing people to read unlimited ebooks from their library for $8.99 per month. It’s a pretty good deal if you’re a big ebook junkie.
Scribd also offers a one month free trial. If you’ve been thinking of giving the World Spectrum series a try, this is a great way to do so without spending a dime. The terms of Smashwords’ deal with Scribd means I get paid for you reading the books, regardless of whether or not you’ve actually paid for a subscription, so you’re still helping to support me as an author even if you never go past the free trial period.
So what are you waiting for?