Voices From the Past: new eBook anthology

H&H Books have released their first eBook anthology of original fiction, with all proceeds going to Great Ormond Street children’s hospital. Voices From the Past, edited by Scott Harrison and Lee Harris, is available at Amazon for Kindle users, and via the publisher’s own website for users of other eReaders. Prices start at just 99p/$1.59. Contributors include Alastair Reynolds, Paul Cornell, Bill Willingham, Kaaron Warren, Robert Shearman, Paul Magrs and Mary Robinette Kowal.

Editor Scott Harrison said, “We are absolutely delighted by the response, both from our authors, who all gave their time and stories free of charge, and from our early readers, who have already been telling us how much they are enjoying the stories.”

Co-editor Lee Harris added, “We created two versions of the eBook, one at 99p/$1.59 and one at ‘2.99/$4.00. They’re identical in terms of content, but most readers are buying the more expensive version, purely to ensure the charity gets as much as possible. With 28 new pieces of flash fiction, even the higher-priced eBook is a bargain!”

H&H Books have released their first eBook anthology of original fiction, with all proceeds going to Great Ormond Street children’s hospital. Voices From the Past, edited by Scott Harrison and Lee Harris, is available at Amazon for Kindle users, and via the publisher’s own website for users of other eReaders. Prices start at just 99p/$1.59. Contributors include Alastair Reynolds, Paul Cornell, Bill Willingham, Kaaron Warren, Robert Shearman, Paul Magrs and Mary Robinette Kowal.

Editor Scott Harrison said, “We are absolutely delighted by the response, both from our authors, who all gave their time and stories free of charge, and from our early readers, who have already been telling us how much they are enjoying the stories.”

Co-editor Lee Harris added, “We created two versions of the eBook, one at 99p/$1.59 and one at ‘2.99/$4.00. They’re identical in terms of content, but most readers are buying the more expensive version, purely to ensure the charity gets as much as possible. With 28 new pieces of flash fiction, even the higher-priced eBook is a bargain!”