Tales of Power

10 Jun

By Nesher Ehrman

Do you remember the “Realizing Your Writing Potential” series? Well, that series (which you should totally read if you plan on publishing your work) was based on the actual process I went through recently while publishing a couple of books. 

One of those books is called Tales of Power. It’s an anthology of short stories which I wrote a while back, and it contains some of the writing I’m most proud of. This site is dedicated to writing techniques and tips, so I thought it would be appropriate to mention it here. I’m not trying to make money by selling these books – I just want people to read my work and tell me what they think. However, Amazon makes it difficult to “sell” your book for nothing, so the regular price is a dollar. However, I discovered that you can also have a promotion for a few days at a time, making the book temporarily free. 

So, if you want to read Tales of Power, you can download the kindle version for free between June 10th and 11th (today or tomorrow) at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00D62W0RU

As I’ve said before, I love nothing more than hearing your opinions on my work. If you download the book and enjoy it, post your thoughts in a short review, or share a link with a friend who you think might like it. 

Thanks

 

 

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4 Responses to “Tales of Power”

  1. Frank June 10, 2013 at 6:40 pm #

    Couldn’t they have used the PlasticAlloy to build a space elevator? Finally a material strong enough to do it! Not saying the end would have been any different, though… By the way, shape the stuff carefully, and it would be easy to apply colourful coatings.

    • nesherehrman June 11, 2013 at 5:38 am #

      Yes, I guess they could have. But that would have been against the capitalist/personal gain interests of those funding the production. The idea was to highlight the negative implications of consumerism. As for the color, I needed it to be white for the ending to work.
      By the way, I can’t explain how happy your comment just made me. Really, it means a lot to me to have people read my work and tell me what they think.

    • Frank June 11, 2013 at 5:40 am #

      I know exactly how you feel 🙂

  2. nesherehrman June 10, 2013 at 5:38 am #

    Ps – if you’re the kind of person who can’t read books on a screen, but you still want to read Tales of Power, you can find a paperback copy of the book on Amazon by searching “Nesher Ehrman”.

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