Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Publisher Review: Infinity Plus

Time for another, very brief, publisher review. This time my merciless gaze is firmly locked on Infinity Plus. A couple of days ago I received an email from them telling me (and others I'm sure) about some of their new books. Instead of just reposting the email on my blog I think it's worth mentioning a few things about Infinity Plus. Infinity Plus is different from other publishers. They don't normally publish new books, but instead make sure that out of prints books become available again in your favorite eBook format. The idea is the authors themselves choose which of their books they want to preserve for future readers. Not all of the books published by Infinity Plus will be fiction, some of it will be non-fiction as well. A noble cause.

To find out more about Infinity Plus visit their website and/or follow them on Twitter (@ipebooks).

So far I've only managed to read one book from their catalogue, but that book was very good. It was A Writer's Life by Eric Brown and you can read my review of it here.

That's it from me and my mini-review of Infinity Plus. Let's have a look at their latest books instead.

Our most recent titles:

Approaching Omega
by Eric Brown ($2.99/£2.21) [Sep 2011]
The mission to locate an Earth-like planet for colonisation has failed, three of the five colony sleeper hangars have been destroyed... Time to adjust mission parameters. Time to begin experimentation. Classic SF from international bestseller Eric Brown.

Warm Words & Otherwise: A Blizzard of Book Reviews
by John Grant ($1.99/£1.44) [Sep 2011]
A bumper collection - over 150,000 words! - of book reviews, many of full essay length, by the two-time Hugo winning and World Fantasy Award-winning co-editor of The Encyclopedia of Fantasy and author, among much fiction, of such recent nonfiction works as Corrupted Science and (forthcoming) Denying Science.

Circus of the Grand Design
by Robert Freeman Wexler ($2.99/£2.10) [Sep 2011]
When Lewis rents a vacation house on Long Island he doesn’t expect to end up on a crazy circus train ride to nowhere. Travelling through strange and wonderful lands, he becomes lost amongst mad acrobats, sexy elephant riders, a magical mechanical horse, a giant woman and her savage, prehistoric rodent bears, an egotistical juggler, and...a fertility goddess who takes exceptional interest in him.

Meridian Days
by Eric Brown ($2.99/£2.23) [Aug 2011]
Meridian, twenty light years from Earth and with just a tiny scattering of inhabitable islands, seems the perfect place for to escape the tragedy of his past. When he meets Fire Trevellion he is drawn into a world of corruption and murder that is far darker than his past. Soon it's all he can do just to survive...

And a standalone short story ebook:
Nowhere To Go
by Iain Rowan
Iain Rowan's Derringer Award-winning story "One Step Closer" is now available as a free self-contained ebook - a number one short story download at Amazon.

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