Huh. Would you sign up to help reverse climate change? Take the poll in episode 8! Did you know, HIBERNACULUM is almost at 50 likes? When Amazon sees a book performing well they promote it, and our other books too! Can you spare a few minutes to read an episode? Can you help even moreContinue reading “can we hit 50? don’t forget your freebie!”
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all the free reads
Do you have Kindle Unlimited? If you do, read SOLSTICE: A WINTER ANTHOLOGY free on Kindle Unlimited (KU). If you don’t have KU, it costs a whopping 99 cents to download this amazing book to your phone/tablet/computer right now! Like hardboiled? Get the novel that won the national awards: LET’S SAY JACK KENNEDY KILLED THEContinue reading “all the free reads”
new titles headed your way
But in the meantime, don’t forget about Balance of Fortune~ NEVER MISS A TITLE!
Launched in 1926, AMAZING STORIES brought sci-fi to a rapid group of readers every month.
The short, happy life of Cyril Judd.
The many pseudonyms of Henry Kutter.
A few words about Clifford Simak.
have you read Balance of Fortune?
What reviewers are saying: ~This is my second buy from author Mel Lee Newmin, and it didn’t disappoint. Fast paced, smart, unexpected, visionary. Fun too! Hope for many more to come! ~A snappy read through a well-built story. ~This book has as much action as Star Wars, but with so much more to say aboutContinue reading “have you read Balance of Fortune?”
“…[AN] EPIC SAGA OF SPACE DIPLOMACY AND DOUBLE DEALINGS.”KIRKUS BALANCE OF FORTUNE by Mel Lee Newmin is the debut release from DPP’s sci-fi imprint, Out-of-This-World Press. Newmin delivers an original work of epic storytelling in the spirt of Robert Heinlein and C. J. Cherryh and effortlessly paints a complex tapestry of science-fiction that will captivate readersContinue reading “IT’S HERE”
try a title on sale
Did you know that most of our titles are available for free via Kindle Unlimited? While some of our earlier publications are currently only available in paperback format, we’ll be making those titles available via Kindle in the coming months. If you’re not a KU subscriber, take advantage of the following specials through the end ofContinue reading “try a title on sale”