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Free short story download – available until 26th of January


Is the world getting you down? On the mood for a free Sci-Fi e-book short story to help get you through? You can download a free copy of “The Last Things” from 22nd to 26th of January through Amazon Link AU.

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This is the beginning of the end. The missile test launch is set. The broadcast of the event from the Capital lined up. Excitement is building at the Nuclear Plant, as staff prepare for the celebrations to start. What will you remember?

Genre: Sci-Fi

Age Group: 15 years plus

Format: Short Story e-book

AVAILABLE THROUGH AMAZON (KINDLE):

Buy your copy of “The Last Things…” (amazon.com.au): Link AU

Buy your copy of “The Last Things…” (amazon.com): Link US

Or check the Kindle Store for your country!

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“CROSSING THE LINE” FREE THIS WEEKEND

Crossing the Line coverYou can download a free Kindle version of “Crossing the Line” this weekend  (19th – 23rd of April.  Get your copy now!

Reduced to the meaninglessness of drinking her life away in a crumby bar set up in an insulated shipping container in the remains of a post nuclear Earth, former Police Inspector Joan, relays the story of how the Justice system was over run by the will of the people. “Crossing the Line” examines a possible future for us all. How close are we to losing control?

Genre: Sci-Fi Crime drama

Age Group: 15 years plus

Format: Short Story e-book

Available through Amazon (Kindle) now! Link to Kindle Store

 

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Free short story e-book for Easter

Haven’t read “Last Things…” yet?

You can download it for free this Easter:  The Last Things

“The Last Things” by Sarah Jackson

This is the beginning of the end. The missile test launch is set. The broadcast of the event from the Capital lined up. Excitement is building at the Nuclear Plant, as staff prepare for the celebrations to start. What will you remember? A science fiction short story from the “Better Future Series”