Ian Alexander Martin (Iam)
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|Posted on Thursday, October 20, 2011 - 07:10 am: |
The Atomic Fez website has changed a bit in the past few weeks, and now is able to make things look pretty on your computer screen, your tablet screen, or even the screen of your smartphone! No matter how you view the site, it's ready to accommodate to your choice of venue.
I'm popping-up my head here (instead of merely lurking in the shadows) to let you know that Atomic Fez has two new books available now, in both eBook and printed formats. They've been reviewed favourably by both 'official' and 'non-official' reviewers, and I'm certain that you'll love at least one of them. As always, you can get them directly through the site, or through the Amazon Kindle store, the WH Smith site, and now Smith's Kobo site as well.
Plus — along with the two brand-new ones — all of the other titles in the catalogue are on sale; the ones that you meant to get a copy of but has slipped your mind, what with being concerned about the financial state of the world (because you're thoughtful enough to worry about everyone).
If that's not already enough, you can order a copy today and still get in on the change to receive a copy signed to you by the author! There are two copies of both of the new titles: one for North America, and one for 'Everywhere Else'.
Terribilis is by Carol Weekes and is a mystery, thriller, and medical drama.
Witty, charming, handsome and a skilled conversationalist, Alison Mornay’s ex-husband is also a biology prof at Ottawa U. His speciality is a rare breed of frog found primarily on the east coast of Colombia. His colleagues and students love him; one of them even married him. But when a string of apparent heroin overdoses leads to the death of a very odd assortment of people — including Lee-Ann Boudreaux, a human resources specialist at the university, and two Byward Market prostitutes; one male, one female — Detective Constables Morrow and Crowther start looking a little more deeply into Dr. Gerry Scott’s field of study, and the Ottawa U biology lab.
Other than cause of death, there doesn’t seem to be any connection between the victims, which makes Morrow and Crowther think they’re dealing with a serial killer who’s both highly intelligent and absolutely ruthless. But will they be able to cover the distance between Eastern Ontario and Muskoka fast enough to prevent a fourth murder? And will they get enough evidence to arrest their serial killer before he outwits them yet again
Terribilis is an uncomfortable journey into a 21st century heart of darkness.
It's just $15 for the North American paperback or £15 for the International hardback, and only $4 for the eBook no matter where you are.
Dirk Danger Loves Life is the début novel by Chris Rothe. It's a comedic tale of a sad little man who cannot function in any self-sufficient capacity. As his life swirls down the drain, serendipity provides a phone number that launches him into the world of Dirk Danger.
What follows is a not-so-typical coming of age story involving scuba gear, terrible poetry, a fish eulogy, a walrus, pop music, terrible puns, marijuana, a fake attorney, homelessness, death, and far, far too much pornography. The road to recovery is a twisted and ridiculous one indeed.
It's just $10 or £8 for the paperback, and only $3 for the eBook
All of the other titles are on sale, and it's always free shipping when you order more than £35 worth of books, plus they're posted from God's Own Land (Southern Wales), so it's quick. With postage being so expensive these days, often the stamps on the package are equal to the value of the book inside.
I really appreciate the support you all have given Atomic Fez and its authors in the past, and look forward to providing more books to you in the future.
Be excellent to each other.