23 Sep

Det svarta molnet och Arca Ferrum

Det svarta molnetArca Ferrum

Nu finns Markus Skölds noveller ”Det svarta molnet” och ”Arca Ferrum” att köpa som e-singlar i webshoppen och hos diverse eboksåterförsäljare/-utlånare, till exempel här:

”Det svarta molnet”: Adlibris, Bokus.com, BookmateGoogle Play, Ibooks, Nextory
”Arca Ferrum”: Adlibris, Bokus.com, BookmateGoogle Play, Ibooks, Nextory

Bra grejer för den som gillar fartfylld science fiction blandat med isande skräck.

”Det svarta molnet” och ”Arca Ferrum” ingår också i Maskinblod 2 respektive Maskinblod 3.

Markus_Skold

 

16 Sep

Googolplex

Googolplex is out today!

Let us introduce KG Johansson, tenured professor in rock music as well as one of the foremost authors of speculative fiction in Scandinavia. Now, for the first time, one of his novels is available in English:  Googolplex.

Jack is part of a group of colonists traveling to the distant planet Shylock to build themselves a new home. But Jack has trouble letting go of his past and the world he left behind. He becomes obsessed with what could have been, and with the help of multis – mysterious beings from parallel universes – he begins his search for truth. However, in a world where even love seems impossible to define, what can he find?

”… an impressively original and deftly crafted science fiction novel” – Small Press Bookwatch.

Buy the book here

Paperback: Amazon.com |  Amazon.co.uk | Barnes & NobleBook DepositoryCreatespace | Wordery
E-book: Amazon.com / Kindle | Barnes & Noble / NOOK | Google Play Books | Itunes | KoboSmashwords

 

Googolplex

If you could have anything but the one thing you really wanted, what would you do?

What people are saying about Googolplex

”… an impressively original and deftly crafted science fiction novel that will hold the reader’s fully entertained and rapt attention from beginning to end”
Small Press Bookwatch

”If you want to read something a bit different and enjoy well written science fiction, please read KG Johansson’s Googolplex.”
Risingshadow.net

”… creative, innovative and has a deep human component that relays a great message about the humans of now by telling us about humans of the future”
Rob Slaven, The Tattered Thread

”This book is well-written, and an excellent, well-crafted story.”
Rainy Day Reads

”… reads like a classic 1960s New Wave SF tale from the likes of Joanna Russ and Ursula K. Le Guin”
John Kwok, Amazon.com