Saturday, November 12, 2011

A Rip Through Time eBook

Here's the cover for the soon-to-be-released eBook A RIP THROUGH TIME, which has been over a year in the making. The eBook will combine four edge-of-your-seat tales previously presented as a BEAT to a PULP Weekly Punch along with a brand new title, "The Last Painting of Hawley Exton" by Chad Eagleton. The other top writers in this scintillating collection are Chris F. Holm, Charles A. Gramlich, Garnett Elliott, and an essay on time travel in the movies and books by Ron Scheer.

Don't be surprised when the series time cop shows up again. Mr. Eagleton is putting the finishing touches on a Simon Rip novella to hit your local cyber store in early 2012.

In the meantime, the eBook A RIP THROUGH TIME will be released in a couple of weeks at the very reasonable price of $0.99!

14 comments:

Travis Erwin said...

I'll be sure and pick it up.

David Barber said...

Loving it, David. That is a very cool cover. Nice one, buddy!

Richard Prosch said...

Excellent cover!

pattinase (abbott) said...

You are a whirling dervish, David. Looks excellent.

David Cranmer said...

Let me know you think, Travis. And thank you, sir.

Thanks, Dave.

Gracias, Rich.

"Whirling dervish." I love that, Patti!

Charles Gramlich said...

Great cover indeed. You've got the right idea with these. Glad to hear it's going to soon be published in complete form.

Randy Johnson said...

Looking forward to this one.

Ron Scheer said...

Glad to be part of the bunch. Great stuff and irresistible cover.

BISH said...

I'm there . . . Looks great!

Sarah Laurence said...

Great cover! Speaking of time travel authors, I loved that story about Stephen King and heating oil aid. It was in our local paper too. I've heard the Maine residents are the poorest in the nation if you control for the cost of home heating oil. His latest novel sounds good too. I loved his book on writing, but his novels are usually too grotesque/scary for me.

David Cranmer said...

Charles, I just read the Eagleton extra story. That alone is worth the price of the eBook. You're going to love it.

Your time travel essay sets the mood nicely, Ron. Many thanks.

Thanks, Bish!

Sarah, I know many folks, in Maine, who had a real hard go of it last year. And these were middle class families. So I would tend to believe we are the poorest in the nation.

Alyssa Goodnight said...

Great cover!! Love it! Did I somehow miss the final installment the first time around??

David Cranmer said...

Alyssa, There are four total stories and the most recent was published last week.

A fifth (and separate) story will be in the eBook

Dave King said...

Great cover. Thanks for the tip.