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Aug 4 – Aug 10 Book of the Week: Taste of Tomorrow Vol. 2

The second box set collection of dystopian and post-apocalyptic SF is better than the first and a deserved ‘Book of the Week’.

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A TASTE OF TOMORROW 2
By: Various Authors

Summary:

Nine diverse post-apocalyptic novels at a discount price. From Michael Bunker’s ‘The Last Pilgrims’ through horror, science fiction such as Tony Bertauski’s ‘Clay’ to the superhero stylings of ‘Rules of Force’, this is as good as post-apocalyptic fiction gets.

Our View:

Real value in this boxed set of 9 novels. Some of these cost $3.99/£3.99 each to buy individually, so $1.99/£1.49 for nine is a steal.

CURRENT DEAL PRICE
$1.99/£1.49

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  1. Jim Rudnick  /  August 10, 2015 at 5:38 pm

    Having been receiving your emails for a bit now, I am glad to note that you are featuring great books — but as an author who’d also like to be included…the lax-ness of your move to allow same is bothersome.

    Do you intend to let us new authors also ask for the same service?

    • Mark Stockton  /  August 12, 2015 at 12:32 pm

      Hi Jim,

      We’ve got no plans right now to accept direct submissions from authors. The reason is that our policy of reading books before we feature them isn’t really scalable at the moment because we could only realistically charge $5-$10 for inclusion right now. That’s too low a barrier for entry as we’d be inundated with stuff and just don’t have the capacity to read it all. The plan, as I write this, is to grow the subscriber base to a point where we would be charging $50+ for inclusion and only accept direct submissions from there.

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