To celebrate it being one of three AML Awards finalists for short story collection, I have dropped the price of Dark Watch and other Mormon-American stories to $2.99. Buy it from your online store of choice: Amazon | Kobo | Nook | iBooks
I’m also hoping to bring in a few more sales to plump up the pool of funds for contributors to my upcoming Mormon alternate history anthology. We’re currently at $165. I will supplement that total out of my own pocket to get to what we need to in order to pay the contributors to the anthology (likely somewhere $225-275). But it’d be nice to be able to fund some or all the rest of it from book sales.
If you bought the story collection at the higher price, you’re the best and a true patron of Mormon arts. Please consider nudging other people in your life to buy it. Or gift it to someone who might enjoy it.
If you haven’t bought it, I can’t guarantee that you’ll like it — but I can say that it’ll be one of the most interesting bits of Mormon culture you’ve ever spent $3 on.
2 thoughts on “Dark Watch and other Mormon-American stories on sale”
I took advantage of your sale. Thanks! I particularly enjoyed “Lost Icons” and “Dark Watch.” “Return” has a very Doug Thayer UNDER THE COTTONSWOODS vibe to it.
Thanks, Lee! As of me posting this comment, you and 19 other people took advantage of the sale. I very much appreciate it. We’re $25 (about 11-12 more sales) away from the alternate history anthology being fully funded.