Just join my Facebook Page during March (2011)
And you get: a free short story sent to you and a chance to win one of my science fiction & dark fantasy novels, or, if I can reach 600 FB fans by end of March, then I’ll give away a COMPLETE collection of my novels (worth £80 or $130). What’s not to like? :o)
What’s all this about?
Lulu (publisher) is giving 15% discount on all my work until 15th March. Just enter IDES305 as discount coupon at checkout.
I’m matching LULU by slashing 15% off my prices until 15th March. That means you can get 30% off in total.
I’ve increased the discount on Dog Eat Dog (novel) to 30% for Facebook Fans – that means a total 45% discount before 15th March.
I’m giving away a free short story (PDF) to anybody who is a fan of my Facebook Page, just add yourself as a fan and say “hello” on my wall and I’ll send you a free short story for your trouble. :o)
Got any friends who would like a free sci-fi & dark fantasy, or cyberpunk horror short story? Send the link for my Facebook Fan Page and tell them what to do:
Win the complete collection of novels written by David J Rodger:
So here’s the plan.
I want double the number of my facebook fans in March.
Currently hovering just below 300 (as of 27th Feb).
If I can reach 600 Facebook Fans by midnight (GMT) on 31st March I will pick one lucky winner to win the COMPLETE collection of my novels**. Worth up to £80 GBP (or $130 USD)
Even if I don’t reach 600 fans , I’ll still give away one novel to one lucky winner at the end of March.
What’s not to like!?
**Winners will be chosen randomly from the list of Facebook Fans. You can swap out any novel for a copy of Yellow Dawn RPG or Shadows of the Quantinex. Novels will be printed and shipped by LULU to any address of the winner’s choice.
Choose any one of these short stories – join my Facebook Fan page and I’ll send you one (PDF) free
Arnos Vale: 3,900 words, full of dread and menace, set within the centuries old cemetery of Arnos Vale in Bristol, England. Arnos Vale is a portal to a world of mist and shadows, where the foolish can stumble upon terrors that should not be and glimpse Nature’s cruel and despicable secrets.
Cloudy Head: 5,000 words, illustrated (black & white). A fabulous tale of two-worlds co-existing and overlapping in secret, special places; populated with mysteries and dangerous entities that exist to help or hinder new dreamers crossing over normally unseen boundaries. Hauntingly engaging, spooky and intriguing, Cloudy Head will stay with you for days.
Corrupt Moon: (Yellow Dawn) 4,200 words. A survivor becomes obsessed by a church tower on a distant hill leading him to an mind-shattering encounter with the Outer Chaos of the Cthulhu Mythos.
Cypher: History has taught us the secrets of the past. But when an object is about to be unearthed after 4,000 years of silence, the revelations it threatens to unleash bring such risk as to draw the most ominous powers from the shadows to try and stop it. Powers that influence the very forces that govern our mundane lives. Cypher is a fast and brutal journey into a heart of darkness.
Dilemma: 6,700 words. Science fiction. A tense and fast-paced plot that plunges into the heart of our fear of the ‘monsters’ we make to serve us. Biological intolerance clashes with the vain attempt to rationalise cold-blooded murder.
Devil’s Spring: 5,000 words. A group of BASE jumpers travel to a remote rural location to enjoy an illicit exit-point; but the area cossets the corruptive remains of a site of worship, where an abominable entity fell from the Stars millennia ago and infected the earth, air and water. Ignoring the warnings, a swift and brutal tale of cosmic horror unfolds.
Flinch: 5,800 words. Scifi & dark fantasy. Working as a ‘door skimmer’ for the best and most exclusive night clubs in the city has its perks and everyone, it seems, wants a piece of Raymond. Surgical implants give him an edge in the game of privacy and discretion; but not all new technology, he discovers, is designed to be good for the human soul. Flinch – would you let it inside your head?
House of Heavenly Light (Yellow Dawn): 2,000 words, explores the influence of Hastur on the world of Yellow Dawn through the zombie infection.
Killing Candy: 4,500 words. Cyberpunk horror. It’s not strangers you should worry about. It’s their friends.
Masters of Chaos: 3,800 words, Speculative fiction with Cthulhu Mythos undertone. A man contemplates the world around him, taking seemingly meticulous notes of certain random but repeating events. Can he influence the world through such observations? And to what end? When unseen things are scratching at the doors of perception.
Merchant of Oropas: 4,000 words. Science Fiction & Fantasy. In certain cultures, the possession of an object during magical ceremony can infuse it with qualities that cannot be measured or monitored by scientific means. They are said to become like beacons, within the Astral Planes, guiding or warding other worldly spirits with no restrictions of time, or space.
Oracle: 4,300 words. Cyberpunk Horror. A corporate head hunter plans a lucrative extraction job, assisted by an mysterious neural implant he has no memory of receiving. Meanwhile another kind of hunt is taking place – where a man acts upon a violent and disturbing urge. Somewhere, within this fusion of damaged synapses and scarred nerve endings, there is a link. Oracle knows. Oracle sees. Oracle is the question mark and the key.
Pain: 5,400 words. Sci-fi & dark fantasy. A former military PARC pilot is suffering psychological trauma of flashbacks, relentless physical agony and symptoms associated with PTSD. A pariah since media coverage of an atrocity he was involved within, the man’s only salvation is a mysterious Mr Sovitch who wants to exonerate him and prove he is the victim of experiemental combat drugs. Although he’s aware of another agenda being played out the promise of the pain ending acts like a carrot on a stick.
Sim: 5,100 words. Sci-fi & dark fantasy. Sim-weave is a bioware implant that allows users to record, playback or share their own sim-stims. But what happens if you find one downloaded into your brain that has shocking scenes within it … and what if it’s been made to look like you did these things? Guilt and conscience collide with the horror of what lurks in the shadows of sick mind.
The Tainted Moor (Yellow Dawn): 6,700 words. In the North East of England is a place where something so terrible has occurred, that the locals dare only to speak of it as a warning to survivors thinking of going there. The Tainted Moor. Man has tried to penetrate the chaos of the Infection and brought such calamity upon the battered Earth that even the Angels weep in despair. An indelible stain upon the bruised flesh of Mother Nature.
Finally, here’s the complete collection of my novels you can win if I reach 600 fans* on Facebook.
*By midnight (GMT) on 31st March 2011
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David J. Rodger (born 1970 in Newcastle Upon Tyne) is a British science fiction & fantasy author and game designer best known for his novels set in a near-future world of corporate and political intrigue. So far he has published five novels; four that are set in the same world: God Seed; Dante’s Fool; Iron Man Project and Edge, and one, Dog Eat Dog, set within the post-apocalyptic world of Yellow Dawn.