Friday, September 4, 2015

Free Mindscapes audiobook download with free trial membership from Audible

Mindscapes: Ten Science Fiction and Speculative Fiction Short Stories | [Victor D. Lopez] The audio book version of my Mindscapes short story collection is available for free download ($14.95 regular price) with a free, no obligation one-month subscription to Audible. You can view the details at the book's page on Audible here. The book is also available in paperback and all major eBook file versions through a variety of vendors, including Amazon (Audio, Kindle and paperback versions), CreateSpace (paperback), Barnes and Noble (Nook version), iBooks/iTunes  (iBook and Audio versions), Smashwords (all major eBook formats) and many other retailers. 

Links to this month's free short story download are also available through all of the above retailers except Amazon. If science fiction, speculative fiction and contemporary fiction do not interest you, please consider forwarding this to any friends who might find it of interest. Thank you!

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

September free short story download

September free download:

Two Speculative Fiction Short Stories: Justice and The Riddle of the Sphinx: Solved available from iTunes,   Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords. Just click on the links and scroll until you find the title.If you're not interested in fiction, please consider forwarding this on to anyone who may be interested in contemporary fiction, science fiction or speculative fiction. Thank you!

Description (from B&N page):


This publication is a compilation of two science fiction/speculative fiction short stories. It is reprinted from Mindscapes: Ten Science Fiction and Speculative Fiction Short Stories (C) 2014 by Victor D. López.
In the first short story, "Justice", a man is being tried for the last remaining capital offense in a kinder, gentler, truly unified world in the not too distant future. In the second, "Riddle of the Sphinx: Solved" the secrets of the Sphinx are finally revealed to a curious world in prime time by the world's most famous Egyptologist in a live event reminiscent of the disastrous, much hyped opening of Al Capone's vault by Geraldo Rivera in prime time some years back. No empty bottle will be found in the chamber beneath the right paw of the Sphinx. No, not this time. Alas.