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Winter's Bite
Price: Free! Words: 17,560. Language: English. Published: April 30, 2011 by Doomed Muse Press. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General, Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
(5.00)
Many years ago, Ysabon made her living by the sword as a skilled mercenary. Now she lives in Westedge with her brother's children, tending to the animals and afraid of dying old and useless. When a horrible winter storm drives monsters down from the mountains, Ysabon can save her family and her village if she finds the strength to take up the sword for a final battle. (A short story.)
Of Bone and Steel and Other Soft Materials
Price: Free! Words: 6,180. Language: English. Published: December 27, 2011 by Doomed Muse Press. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Cyberpunk, Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic
(5.00)
Eking out an existence as a scavenger in post-apocalyptic Russia, Ryska never thought she would be more than a blind, discarded military experiment. Then she ends up in the middle of a kidnapping gone wrong and must use her all her skills to save herself, and the young boy who brings back painful memories of her past. This is a science fiction short story.
Till Human Voices Wake Us
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 111,780. Language: English. Published: August 8, 2012 by Doomed Muse Press. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories, Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
(4.00)
In this large collection, author Annie Bellet demonstrates her gift for the short form, offering readers twenty short stories, novelettes, and novellas that are compelling, beautifully imagined, and entertaining. Till Human Voices Wake Us contains 20 stories that range from hard science fiction to space opera, sword and sorcery to magical realism, some in print for the first time.


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  • Aremac Power: Inventions at Risk on Feb. 10, 2011

    I really enjoyed this book. It's a follow up to the book "The Aremac Project" but I read them out of order. The author does a good job of giving enough information on the events of the previous novel that I didn't feel lost at all and was sucked in right away by the challenges the characters faced and the cool ideas surrounding the Aremac itself. Some of the science takes a little suspension of disbelief, but that's true of a lot of science fiction. No one really understands yet how memories are exactly processed and stored, so there's lots of theoretical lee-way and the tech used here explores one path. The relationships between the characters, as well as their relationships with technology and their cultures, are also well-developed. This was a very enjoyable read and the pacing was spot on.
  • Into the Fire on April 27, 2011

    This story is a fun read. Just the right mix of hard science fiction (ie, the science) and good adventurous fun. I'll definitely be looking for more from this author.