“Judge Sn” and “Alien Sex Story” Now Available in eBook Form

Subterranean Press wishes to alert you that two of my short stories, previously released as chapbooks, are now available in ebook form: “Judge Sn Goes Golfing,” which chronicles the sporting frustrations of a memorable minor character in The Android’s Dream, and “How I Proposed to My Wife: An Alien Sex Story,” which features the adventures of a man trying to complete an unusual magazine story. Both are now available for the Kindle and Nook in the US for 99 cents, with availability elsewhere coming in the hopefully near future. Both of these stories are pretty damn nifty, if I do say so myself, so if you’ve got a spare couple of bucks hanging about, give them a shot.

Judge Sn Goes Golfing: (Kindle|Nook)

How I Proposed to My Wife: An Alien Sex Story: (Kindle|Nook)

11 Comments on ““Judge Sn” and “Alien Sex Story” Now Available in eBook Form”

  1. Nice! I’ve been waiting for this! Now, any chance of a sequel to “The Androids Dream” anytime this decade?

  2. I’ll look forward to these being available on the UK Kindle at some point. Two other books of yours that I would like to see made more accessible (or reprinted) are ‘Your Hate Mail…’ and ‘You’re not Fooling Anyone…’ – do you know if that might happen, please?

  3. Dan – Dan Hartensveld, CDIA is President of The EDI Project, a solution provider specializing in healthcare informatics. He has been working with large health insurers, providers and healthcare technology companies since 1996 involving complex data integration, claims automation, risk adjustment, The Affordable Care Act, HIE, HIX, to name a few. Lately, the company has been successful in developing and putting into production massively scaleable, analytics projects for use in processing "Big Data" sets.

    Done and done! One nook golf story for me! Can’t wait

  4. Tor I. Pettersen – I'm a 25 year old sales team manager residing in Oslo, Norway. I used to work in IT, have had my share of organizational and political activity (and come to some different conclusions about the world as I learned more about it). I love to read, and I've finally gotten over a 4 year writing block.
    Tor I. Pettersen

    Huh, the price is $3,44 for me. (In Norway). Guess Amazon’s decided to go for that region pricing crap…

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