Baseball season is once again in full swing. On Monday, Middle Son played against the team whose coach inspired my short story in The Fall: Tales from the Apocalypse.
The coach was just as obnoxious and demeaning as he was a year ago. He barked at the kids and undercut their self-esteem. Nobody could run fast enough, catch well enough or play good enough for him. The only thing he taught his players was poor sportsmanship.
I guess you can’t teach an old curmudgeon new manners. Nor can you change the emotional frenzy that surrounds little league games.
But, what happens when the outcome actually matters? What happens when the fate of the world rests on the score of a single game?
You can find out by reading Little League in The Fall. While perusing this anthology, you’ll be surprised by the multitude of ways in which humanity lies on the brink of extinction. And with luck, you’ll discover some cool new authors with full-length novels coming to a bookstore near you.
- leave a comment on this post so I know you’re interested,
- email me a request (pretty simple for the socially shy),
- or share the give-away on any social media you like to engage in. Just send me an email with the information on where you posted it. Use #FreeFall on twitter so I can find your mention.
Better yet, if you have already read either Spring Fevers or The Fall, you can enter to win a free copy of BOTH summer anthologies from Elephant’s Bookshelf Press. Summer’s Edge and Summer’s Double Edge are slated for release in June.
All you have to do is write an honest review of either anthology–or any of the short stories within them–and send me an email link to your review. Every review is a potential winner regardless of commentary. I want to know what moves you as a reader.
*the deadline for all comments/shares/emails is May 30th*
- Contestants must possess a US address for ease of delivery.
Winners will be picked via a random drawing.
Winners will be contacted via email–thus making it uber important to leave your email address where I can find it (such as in an email to email@example.com). I promise your email will not be used for anything other than congratulatory purposes. Pinky swear.
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- YA Readers: Stories and Sweeties Blog
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- Kid Lit Books: The Children’s Book Review
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I have yet to find a reliable Sci-Fi/Fantasy blog/site that has a good collection of giveaways. If anyone knows of one, please let me know and I will add it.
In fact, let me know all your go-to spots for your favorite giveaways.
Curious minds want to know!