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#BookRecommendation of the day: #Regenesis by the brilliant #GeorgeMonbiot

A well researched deep dive into how to feed humanity without destroying the climate, the environment, and ultimately ourselves. What most surprised me about it was how beautifully it's written. The way he writes about different sorts of apples is almost poetry


Please join me in wishing my novel The Sharp Edge Of Yesterday a happy belated birthday!

2 years & 1 day ago, Sharp Edge entered the world with minimal fanfare, but folks found, read & loved it anyway.

(What's it about? So glad you asked!)
Middle-aged moms with dangerous superpowers, saving lives & making the military nervous since 1943.

#Books #Bookstodon
Faced-out copies of the books Rough Passages & Sharp Edge of Yesterday on a tiered wooden book display being photobombed by a large brown longhaired cat

Fellow toots! If you loved Everything Everywhere All at Once, and you're looking for more media like it, please check out Alpha Max: An Existential Romp through an Absurd Multiverse

"Snarky as Pratchet, insightful as Stephenson, as full of scathing social commentary as Swift or Voltaire, and weirdly reminiscent of LeGuin ..." –Amazing Stories

#multiverse #EverythingEverywhereAllAtOnce #books #book #bookstodon #bookreview #sciencefiction #SFF #humor #humour #funny
3-d view of the cover of Alpha Max, by Mark A Rayner. A teal background with handwritten titles and byline between slices of a stylized head with red hair and beard. (Galaxies can be seen in the slices.)

Hello, #bookstodon! We're a new publisher of weird #SciFi, #Fantasy, #Horror and any and all genres in between. We're working on our first two anthologies right now: GREATER THAN HIS NATURE and OPEN ALL NIGHT. More info on submissions real soon!

#introduction #writer #ShortFiction #IndiePress

The library is a great place to read, even if it's a book I brought with me 📚
#bookstodon #reading

Browsing #FridayReads? The Green Man's Gift is a UK Kindle 99p special offer throughout March. Maybe take a look? @WTPress is looking to match this where possible - vendors vary. Outside the UK check for your local best price. Happy reading!
Amazon UK

#SFF #Fantasy #UrbanFantasy #Bookstodon #Books #FridayReads
Cover art shows a pale-skinned, dark haired woman with opaque black eyes. Mysterious creatures lurk in the shadows behind her. 

Cover copy reads: A teenage boy has turned up in Snowdonia, barely conscious and babbling
about beautiful women and fairy feasts. The authorities blame magic
mushrooms. The wise women say different and they want dryad’s son Daniel Mackmain to
investigate. He needs to watch his step in the mountains. Those who live
in the hollow hills mask their secrets and intentions with sly half-truths.

Far from the woods he knows, Dan needs help from the allies he
has made in past adventures. But he's a loner at heart. As the
true power of his adversary becomes clear, he must decide if he's
willing to see those he cares for put themselves in danger.

A modern fantasy rooted in the ancient myths and folklore of the British Isles.

Good afternoon, #MastoArt family!
Good afternoon, #Bookstodon!

If you are interested in #HipHop or looking for a new #Novella to read, please go check out my book, “A Song of Freedom”, in my #KoFi shop. Every chapter of my novella is written entirely in hip-hop lyric form. It’s available in PDF and ePub formats. If you would like to check it out, click the link below:

#Art #Artist #Books #Reading #Writing #WritingCommunity

Well, I'm thrilled! As far as I know, this is the first instance of a copy of my #book being bought thanks to talking about it on Mastodon!
Now, who fancies being the second?

"Like Douglas Adams for the #Brexit age on acid"

Features cheeky digs at our government & former PM, UK working conditions and treatment of OAPs. All with endless ham baguettes, snarling black dogs and occasional and unexpected useage of the word "anus".

Available at:

Front cover of novel "Step Forward, Harry Salt" by Ross Lowe. Depicts a moped rider dressed in yellow and black, riding his yellow moped along a street in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. A huge, snarling black dog with red eyes rears up at him from behind a building. The book is on a wooden table top.