“Life Support” released on Kindle

Long before humanity conquered the stars, there lived a species who could hear the song of the Void. They are all gone now, all except Dern. In a world dominated by the short-lived humans, he makes a living working as a scout for illegal scavengers. He may not fit in, but he knows how to survive.

But if you live a long time, history sooner or later catches up with you.

My very long short story Life Support is now available on Kindle.

At a length of over nine thousand words it is just too long to be published in a magazine and just too short to be a regular novella – which is why I’ve decided to give self-publishing a go. The story is currently priced at 1,40$ (or 0,99€/0,86£, depending on where you’re buying from), which is as low as Amazon will allow it to be.

I’m not expecting to get rich off this, but I would like Life Support to find an audience. It is dear to me, not only because I wrote it, but also because it’s about things that matter to me, things that I believe in. I want people to get to know Dern, to see the world through his eyes, to experience his journey.

So, without further ado, I present Life Support on Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de and Amazon.com.

And if you liked the story, please feel free to spread the word via Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or any other means of communication that you can come up with. Your support is needed and appreciated.

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