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I'm getting ready for a big giveaway at... you know where... For three days... May 25, 26 & 27. A book that some will like a lot, and some will not.

It’s 2012. The Mayan Calendar has come to an end and Strange Worlds appear...

In the future, the love of a young man’s life is dying. He would do almost anything to keep her alive…except that!

In Dog Man, it turns out that Oscar the tomcat was just misunderstood — with deadly consequences…

A love sick young man attempts to tap the power of an ancient religion to secure the affections of a girl on their class trip to Christland…

The dead come briefly back to life every year when the astral dimensions align in Day, or Two, of The Dead. You’re mildly amused by it all until one in particular insists on coming to your house…

A cynical young ‘player’, adrift in the modern, amoral age meets God on a mountain top and his life is changed forever — but not in the way he’d ever imagined.

Clayton channels the spirits of Huxley, Orwell and Philip K. Dick in these and ten other intelligent, provocative and highly entertaining stories.
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Published on May 19, 2012 11:02 • 87 views • Tags: fantasy, pro-life, satire, science-fiction, scifi
I'm giving the book away for the next two days, Strange Worlds, politically-inspired conservative fiction and satire. There are some stories in the collection that are mere entertainments too, a couple of zombie stories among them.

After this, I'm abandoning the book to the fates. I will not promote it again. It's a note in a bottle, cast into the sea.

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Published on July 07, 2012 10:35 • 82 views • Tags: conservative, fiction, free-ebook, freebie, freebies, politics, satire