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Jan 09

Triumph Over Tragedy is now available!

I haven’t been quiet about my efforts to promote Triumph Over Tragedy recently. Nor have I been quiet about the fact that I’m actually doing what I really want to do: edit. This is the first book that’s published that I’ve helped edit. What makes this even more cool is that all the proceeds from this wonderful anthology go directly to Hurricane Sandy relief. You get an amazing book, and help people get their lives back at the same time.

Amazon took forever to get the book published, but it finally went live! It’s only available in ebook for $6.99 (Yes, we realize there is a minor typo. It happens. It’s getting fixed. Amazon is just taking forever about it.). Soon, today or tomorrow (hopefully) it will be available on Barnes and Noble as well.

If that’s not enough to impress you, take a look at the list of contributing authors:

• Robert Silverberg (Hugo & Nebula Award winner)
• Marion Zimmer Bradley (Locus Award winner) (donated by the MZB Literary Trust)
• Timothy Zahn (NYT Bestseller & Hugo Award winner)
• Michael A. Stackpole (NYT Bestseller)
• Elizabeth Bear
• Michael J. Sullivan
• Mark Lawrence
• Bradley P. Beaulieu
• Philip Athans
• Adrian Tchaikovsky
• Tobias Buckell
• Stephen D. Sullivan
• Rick Novy
• Jean Rabe
- Tim Marquitz
• Maxwell Alexander Drake
• SM Blooding
• Erik Scott de Bie
• Alex Bledsoe
• Elisabeth Waters
• R.T. Kaelin
• Ari Marmell
• Matt Bone
• Sarah Hans
• Rob Rogers
• Jaym Gates
• C.J. Henderson
• Marian Allen
• Bryan Young
• Donald Bingle
• Janine Spendlove
• T.L. Gray
• Steven Saus
• Addie King
• Vicki Johnson-Steger
• Tracy Chowdhury
• Doris Stever

While most of this book is speculative fiction, there are other genres thrown in on occasion to add a little spice. The underlying theme of this book is, you guessed it, triumphing over tragedy. So check out this link to purchase the book on Amazon. When it goes live on Barnes and Noble, I’ll update this post with that link.

As if that’s not cool enough, you know what’s really amazing (to me)? My name is in the Edited by column!

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2 comments

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  1. Paul Weimer (@princejvstin)

    Happy Release Day!

    (My copy seems to have been lost in the email, alas, but Happy Release Day regardless!)

  2. Sue CCCP

    Congratz! :)

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