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As part of a somewhat expensive Amazon ad campaign, we've dropped the price on The Fugitive Heir to $0.99. If this leads to better follow-on sales of The Fugitive Pair and The Fugitive Snare, we'll leave it at this price. C'mon, buy the complete set!

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Saturday, August 16, 2014

Book Release: Stupefying Stories 1.13 (August 2014)


Featuring:
  • "Personal Space," by Alison Pentecost
  • "The Great Work of Meister VanHocht," by Auston Habershaw
  • "Rainbow Spores," by Jamie Lackey
  • "End Times," by S. R. Algernon
  • "Her Symphony and Song," by Sarah Frost
  • "Happy Valley," by Garth Upshaw
  • "Memory Makes Liars of Us All," by Eric Dontigney
  • "Meat 2.0," by William Ledbetter
Now available for Amazon Kindle and Kindle Reader Apps at these links:

United States | United Kingdom | Scotland | Australia | Canada | Mexico | Brazil | India | Japan | France | Germany | Italy | Spain

More links coming soon!


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And we're back!

Again.

If you've been following us on Facebook, you know that for the crew here at STUPEFYING STORIES, this past year has been one filled with challenges and changes. If you haven't been following us, never mind: what matters now is that with this issue, we begin our fifth year of publication, with new tools, new technologies, some new people in certain key positions, but with the same dedication to bringing you the best stories we can find, delivered directly to your e-book reader, phone, tablet, mobile device—or rolling out very shortly, to your mailbox, in the form of printed, bound, assemblages of paper!

(We've been told they're called "books." How quaint.)

To those of you who have stuck with us through the "interesting" times, we say: thanks for your patience, understanding, and support. And to both longtime fans and those who are just discovering us for the first time, we say: welcome aboard and buckle up! We have insanely ambitious plans for Year Five, and it's going to be an exciting ride.

Per ardua ad astra!



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