My nephew, Ben Bamber, has published a new ebook, which is available to download here: There is a free 20% sample and then it costs $2.00 (about a quid), so please go and check it out. You can read it on pretty much any format, including a Kindle, or if you don’t have an e-reader then you can read it online as an HTML document or even download as a word file and then print it off! Please add the above link to any of your facebook, linkedin, or blogs etc. The more links the better.
His intriguing short story on alien abduction, Caitlin Invisible, told from the point of view of a young girl, is in there. It was the best story of that category submitted to us at Adventure Books of Seattle for the Escape Velocity anthology – see here.
In this anthology of Ben’s, my favourite is Dark Day in which a kind of black hole appears in a UK town. Far from being a science fiction story, the truth unravels to be darker, and again features a child. Ben is emminently qualified to create noir yet meaningful tales relating to childhood and the mysterious. Well worth a pound, worth more.