Sunday, March 24, 2024

The Week in Review • 24 March 2024

Welcome to The Week in Review, a weekly summary for those too busy to follow Stupefying Stories on a daily basis. It’s been a ridiculously busy week here at Rampant Loon Press, so let’s just get straight to the stories.

“Broken” • by Karin Terebessy

Sometimes we can’t really describe a story, we can only say, this one is important. You should read it.

Published: 18 March 2024

“Poisoned Stew to Go” • by Henry Herz

After the deep dive of “Broken,” we needed something a little lighter to cheer us up. Like an outtake from Macbeth, with a little cozy murder.

Published: 19 March 2024

• by Henry Vogel

After a successful run as a serial on Kindle Vella, we’re delighted to announce that THE PRINCESS SCOUT, the latest book in Henry Vogel’s best-selling Terran Scout Corps series, is now available in print and e-book. We also want to stress that this is a self-contained and standalone novel, and unlike a Marvel movie, you need not have read all the previous books in the series in order to understand and enjoy this one. 

Released: 19 March 2024

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The Never-ending FAQ: using Adobe Sign

Something purely practical this week. If you get an acceptance and a contract from us, and you’ve never used Adobe Sign before, here are step-by-step instructions for how to use Adobe Sign to e-sign and return a contract.

Published: 20 March 2024

“The Job” • by Andrew Rucker Jones

Speaking of contracts: “Hey kid. Cousin Vinnie wants a word wit youse. He’s gonna make you an offer you can’t refuse… less’n youse can fly.”

Published: 21 March 2024

• by Guy Stewart

Guy Stewart’s YA adventure novel is now available in e-book, print, and audio book. This is probably the fastest book release we’ve ever done, and to be honest, the audio book was an afterthought. We just thought it would be really funny to use Amazon’s A.I. to narrate a novel about a bunch of teens fighting an evil and homicidal A.I. that’s bent on world domination. 

Released: 21 March 2024

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“Upper Beta Great Alcove Very Happy” • by Ron Fein

Sometimes the real message lies in what isn’t said.

Published: 22 March 2024

Six Questions for… Matthew Castleman

A few minutes of enlightenment and entertainment with author, actor, and educator Matthew Castleman, who among many other things is the author of Privateers of Mars, one of our favorite little books in the Stupefying Stories Presents line. Check it out!


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