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Five Mibs and a Martini Horse Two Olympia The Yards Bloom Sorrow Graffiti, Scooters, & Such DieselPunk ePulp Showcase v2

Free eBooks

DieselPunk ePulp Showcase v2 is available for free download at Smashwords. EPUB format. It is also available for sale for the Kindle.

This eBook is a collection of stories. Look for Anita Dime's Bloom. Bloom is a Dieselpunk story about the struggling Region 5 Port Terminus, a Kuiper Belt, aqua farming space port, which faces an overloaded, air control system and maximum population density. Running on algal crude, the spaceport is a mix of diesel engines with bio-tech machines.

Horse Two, second edition, is available for free download: PDF and Kindle.

Free eBook for iPad only: Graffiti, Scooters, and Such contains travel photos taken in Argentina, Italy, Japan, Mexico, and USA about graffiti, scooters, and such. 2011 - 2013

Linocuts

SCMAC Thomas GalleryAnita Dime prints are now on display at the Santa Cruz Mountain Arts Center's Yesterday art show. Stop in and purchase an original. The Thomas gallery is open Wednesday - Sunday, 12 - 6pm, and is free to the public.

In addition to writing, I love making prints to go along with the stories. Original prints, created for Anita Dime stories, can be purchased at my online store.

Just Released

  • Five Mibs and a Martini: short story collection: this collection of five short stories includes original linocut artwork by the author and cocktail pairings by Ali B. The included short stories are: "Horse Two" 2nd ed., "Olympia" 2nd ed., "The Yards", "Bloom", and "Sorrow".
  • The Yards is the next within the Anita Dime noir mini-series, featuring Bea as she conceals her where-abouts from Jack Drury by working within the Chicago Stockyards in the late 1930s. How can she get the word out about the German telegrams she delivered in the short story "Olympia" and protect her Union friends from the yard.

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