“Strange Wars” Anthology Available On Amazon

Strange Wars Anthology cover[The anthology Strange Wars includes my short story, “Star Dust.”  Please consider downloading the Kindle version available now using one of the links, below. The Kindle downloads are free from now until May 4. -Phil]

David Shultz <tdotspec@gmail.com> writes:

Strange Wars has launched! Paperback copies are en route to all project backers. Cry havoc and let slip the blogs of war!

The eBook is currently a free Kindle download, from Saturday April 30 through May 4!

The link for USA is here: https://www.amazon.com/Strange-Wars-Speculative-Coalitions-Conflict-ebook/dp/B09Y2M46B9/

Please share this link with any family, friends, and social media–the more downloads the better. Amazon’s ranking system is based on number of downloads, not paid sales, and it’s our hope to hit #1 through this promotion.

Also, if you have the time, please leave a review or encourage someone to do so. Reviews are super important for Amazon (after a three month grace period, if a title doesn’t receive enough reviews, it is buried by the algorithm; reviews are also the second most important thing from the consumer’s point of view, next to the cover.) So if you can help us in getting reviews, I’d really appreciate it!
Please let me know if you have any comments, questions, or anything.
Thanks everyone for being part of Strange Wars and for helping to make it such a success!

Rob Dinsmoor: “You’ll Never See It Coming”

You'll Never See It Coming book cover“Rob Dinsmoor’s You’ll Never See It Coming impresses readers with delightful vignettes of life: dirty tricks played on childhood friends; a treacherous ride with youthful friends to a wedding in a rattling old jalopy; even a whimsical science-fiction tale that evokes images of, “Attack of the Fungus Creature.” 

“Dinsmoor’s wordsmithing is superb and his imagination knows no bounds. It’s a great read.”  -Phil Temples, A Home for Laika and The Kanawha Anomaly