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8 JULY 09:39
Ah, I see where you were going with the Metropolis idea. I live next door to millionaires and it was their manor house that inspired the idea for Maud's. On the surface, I saw grand mansions and little cottages for the lower class worker like John.
I was thinking my neighbours might even let you shoot the film there. Although, I have made Maud's place rather grand but film is often slightly different to book, isn't it.
25 SEPTEMBER 18:43
I am currently looking at generating coupons in Smashwords, it allows access to multiple formats, how many did you want?
Can I have two please? 😊
These are not case sensitive:
both valid until 31/12/2017
This is the book's page
(may want to make a nicele ramed 301 on your website to redirect to it or a QR code on the card the prize is given out on)
The Anthropocene Chronicles part I, an Ebook by Saranne Bensusan, Carmen Radtke, & Emma Pullar
first half of a two-part collection of short stories told from the perspectives of individuals who live in a future dystopian world controlled by Artificial Intelligence.
Thanks, Lawrence. This is awesome. I will print the code and the book page web address along with the front over onto a card and then slot it in the prize bundle like a gift card.
Emma, we are creating a new site for theAnthropocene Chronicles and I am unable to locate you bio text, could you resend it?
Meet Emma Pullar. She writes dark fiction, children's books and online articles. Her picture book, Curly from Shirley, was a national bestseller and named ‘Best Opening Lines’ by NZ Post. Her short horror story, London’s Crawling, which was published in the Dark Minds charity anthology, was a finalist for Twisted50 and shortlisted for the SJV Award. Emma's two short horror stories 'WORMS' and 'ZOM' along with a short sci-fi called, 'Alterverse' have all been shortlisted in Create50 competitions. Emma’s debut novel, SKELETAL, published by Bloodhound books is due for release 27th October 2017.
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