Book View Café Launches Aqueduct Press Titles

Aqueduct Press authors Nancy Jane Moore, Sylvia Kelso, and Sue Lange are launching their AP titles as Book View Café (BVC) ebooks this week.

 Lange’s ebook, WE, ROBOTS a novella of the Singularity (http://www.bookviewcafe.com/index.php/Sue-Lange/Novellas/Novelettes/We-Robots-Episode-1), launched on Tuesday March 30th at BVC. io9.com include WE, ROBOTS in their list of “13 Books that will Change the Way You Look at Robots”

Moore’s science fiction novella, CHANGELING, published in 2004, will be launched as an ebook on Sunday, April 4 (http://www.bookviewcafe.com/index.php/Nancy-Jane-Moore/).

CHANGELING is a coming of age in two realities story. Not about fairies.

On Friday, April 2, BVC will feature a free excerpt from Kelso’s THREE OBSERVATIONS AND A

DIALOGUE: ROUND AND ABOUT SF in celebration of the release of the 2009 non-fiction title as a BVC ebook. THREE OBSERVATIONS contains essays from the circumference on: SF communities, terraforming, and Lois McMaster Bujold’s work (http://www.bookviewcafe.com/index.php/Sylvia-Kelso/Essays/).

In addition to the ebooks, Lange and Moore will be offering their novellas as free serializations at BVC on Tuesdays and Sundays respectively at http://wwwbookviewcafe.

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