Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Giveaway: Nakba by Jason S. Walters

[The following entry is part of the Nakba blog tour being organized by Tomorrow Comes Media.  For a complete list of stops on the tour, see the tour page.  For giveaway entry and rules, see the Rafflecopter widget at the bottom of this post.]

Jason S. Walters’ new novel, Nakba (published by Blackwyrm Publishing) hit stores soon, and to celebrate the launch, Blackwyrm is holding an epic giveaway.  The contest features a Kindle Fire with 25 ebooks loaded on it, several paperback book bundles, a hell of a lot of paperback copies of Nakba, and even more ebook bundles.  But first, a little bit about the bell of the ball, Jason S. Walter’s Nakba.
A thousand years ago humanity’s dissidents fled, leaving behind a peaceful, unified world content to exist in a state of perpetual hedonism. Then a daring escape plunged civilization into chaos, forcing its rulers to expand outward to maintain order. Now all that stands between a newly imperial Earth and the rest of the solar system is a loose coalition of Maasai tribesmen, cloned feminists, shape-shifting humannequins, and vengeful Berbers led by the least likely hero in human history: a young woman with Down syndrome and a bad attitude.
The tour page also has an excerpt from the novel you might find interesting.  And then there’s the author himself—which, being the RPG nerd I am, I find very interesting indeed.
Jason S. Walters is an author, essayist, and publisher best known for running Indie Press Revolution (IPR), a distributor of micro-published roleplaying games. He is also one of a small group of investors that purchased Hero Games in 2001, and serves as its general manager. After owning a San Francisco bike messenger service for 15 years, he and his wife Tina moved to Midian Ranch: a homestead near the town of Gerlach, Nevada. It is also the location of IPR’s warehousing complex. They have a daughter with Down syndrome named Cassidy and animals too numerous to mention.  Find out more about Jason at on his blog or on facebook.



So if Nakba—or indeed, any of the books in the Blackwyrm catalog—sound interesting, sign up using the Rafflecopter widget and win one of these crazy-awesome prizes.  You know you want to.


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22 comments:

  1. Nakba was really good, I would recommend it if you like quirky sci fi. I am looking forward to book 2 (but since Nakba isn't yet released, it might be a while!)

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