Mirror Man, the fifth stand-alone story in my every-other-month series of new science fiction stories is now available on Kindle – see https://james-aston.net/science-fiction-stories/ for details and Amazon links.
Robert picked up his briefcase and paced towards the exit of the hotel lobby. He was in a hurry to prepare for his meeting the following day.
“One moment please.” The receptionist behind the desk said.
Robert stopped, wondered what it could be and turned back. He watched the receptionist pick a form out of a tray behind the counter then hold it out to him. “If you could fill this in and send it back.” She said.
Robert gave her a quizzical look.
“It’s a feedback form.” She said. “We’d like to know what we did right and what we did wrong. In case you come back again.”
Robert snatched the form from her and pushed it into the pocket of his thick winter coat. “Thanks.” He said.
Outside the hotel a solitary cab stood waiting in the rank. Robert strode across the pavement to claim it, but before he reached the cab he was pushed aside by a tall man with curly black hair.
“Get the next one buddy.” The man said before he jumped into the taxi and pulled away. Robert stood, surprised at himself for letting his cab be stolen and watched the car recede down the street.
Time rich is not a phrase Robert would use to describe himself, but that may be about to change. A chance encounter with an alluring woman twists his perception of space and time – and his place within it.
The paperback version of Agencies is now available in paperback from Amazon.com:
Agencies is a fast-paced sci-fi novel set in the near future covering Moon exploration, spys and espionage, an escalating series of conflicts between two well equipped security agencies and a man on a mission to recover information before it falls into the wrong hands.
Also available on Kindle from all Amazon sites, it will also soon be available in paperback from other Amazon sites and excellent bookshops.
Bank holiday weekend in the UK. Kindle needs replenishing? Try my new novel “Agencies”, available on Kindle for £1.71 / $2.80.
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(Gratuitous promo mode over)
Amazon have recently announce that a digest version of “Fantasy & Science Fiction” magazine is available as a free subscription. The digest version contains all the news from the full magazine and one free story per issue. It also includes a description of the other stories available in the full magazine. Getting the free version is highly recommended – and the extended version is also well worth it.
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Amazon’s Facebook annoucement: http://www.facebook.com/kindle/posts/10150340437291558
Fantasy & Science Fiction extended edition at: Amazon US | Amazon UK
Agencies, the debut novel by James Aston, is now available on Amazon Kindle. Buy your copy now.
Humanity has made its first steps to colonise the Moon and exploit the resources of the asteroid belt and outer planets.
During a surveying mission to find water deposits within craters on the Moon, Aldion and his team discover a covert underground structure. No-one knows who built it or why – except one man.
The discovery is the flash-point that triggers the latent hostility between the now-private security agencies of Earth – leading to an escalating series of conflicts. Threaded through these conflicts, Carth must try to get to the structure first to avoid an unthinkable loss.
Interesting article about Amazon’s publishing initiative from Publishers Weekly.
Will this provide a cost effective route to enable self-publishers on kindle to make physical books avaiable too?