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A Draft of Moonlight

A Draft of Moonlight is now available for sale in print version or as an e-book. Here’s the blurb:

Every schoolchild is supposed to know that Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldren were the first human beings to reach the Moon on the 20th of July 1969. But what if that is not the true story?

In Greg Camp’s new science fiction political thriller, Robert Smith discovers a plot hatched in the Cold War Soviet Union to reshape the balance of power decades in the future. As he struggles to save Earth from disaster, he has to weed through the tangles of corporations and the Lunar government. Along the way, he finds something even more important: human connection.

Enjoy.

Crossposted at English 301: Reading and Writing.

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Rocks of Ages

Dear Readers, you have the chance to enjoy my foray into Bigfoot fiction:

http://www.femalefirst.co.uk/books/rock-of-ages-277525.html

The story is actually titled, “The Rocks of Ages,” but that’s a small matter. If you want a print copy, order it here:

http://www.highhillpress.com/

It appears in the anthology, Bigfoot Confidential.

Crossposted on http://englreadingandwriting.wordpress.com/

In Memoriam: Harry Harrison

On Twitter this morning (15 August 2012), I found the sad news that Harry Harrison has died. Harrison was the author of the Stainless Steel Rat series and of Make Room! Make Room!, the book that was the basis for the movie, Soylent Green. If you’re not familiar with his writing, you’ve missed out on a treat. (And Nick, if you’re reading this, give me back the book that I loaned you!) He shows us that the truth is often askew to the “normal” world, and we need more authors like him.

Cross posted on English 301: Reading and Writing.