Launch day: The Best of Penny Dread Tales, out now!

So, it’s been a while since I could announce something like this…

Best of Penny Dread Tales cover

Yes, today is launch day for The Best of Penny Dread Tales, an anthology collecting the best stories that have appeared in the four preceding Penny Dread Tales books.

As I’m sure you’ll recall, Budapest Will Burn was my first published short story, and it is a great pleasure to have been selected by the original editor of the PDT series for inclusion in this Best of… collection. It’s also a hell of a thrill to appear in a book with the words ‘Edited by Kevin J. Anderson’ on the cover, the lauded author of dozens of damn fine science fiction novels.

Also, mine is the last story in the anthology. I don’t know if that is meant to be a place of honour or not, but I’m going to treat it as such, naturally.

So where can I buy it?

That’s a damn fine question, son, and I’ll tell you. In digital format, from these purveyors:

It’s also on iTunes, but I’ll be damned if I can get the link to work. You’ll just have to search for it, but trust me, it’s there.

If you are reading from the USA and would like either a print copy, or to have the book wing it’s way to your kindle, you can head to Amazon.

Similarly, if you are in the UK and would like a Kindle or, even better, a dead tree version of this anthology, head to Amazon UK:

On the strength of the stories printed in Penny Dread Tales: Vol. 2, I have no doubt that this is a fine anthology of steampunk stories that will thrill, amaze and entertain. You might even feel something, too.

So head on over to any one of those digital storefronts and get your copy today!

Oh, and if you like it, I’d be particularly pleased if you’d leave a quick remark or review on whichever website you plump for. If you don’t like it, well, it’s your prerogative to leave a review anyway, but I’d be grateful if you kept that noise to yourself. We don’t like your type around here, see?

Hope you grab yourself a copy, and I really hope you enjoy Budapest Will Burn and all the other stories enclosed within its cover. Happy launch day, y’all!