The return of Harvey Duckman…

Harvey Duckman presents Volume 2 is the second in a series of collected works of suspense and mystery in the genres of science fiction, fantasy, horror and steampunkery, called, oddly enough Harvey Duckman Presents…

This anthology features work by exciting new voices in speculative fiction, including both established authors, previously unpublished writers from all around the world, Great Britain, America, Germany, Australia  and even Teesside…  and again oddly enough, one written by an itinerant Yorkshireman with so many multiple personalities he has decided to give them all numbers so he can keep track of them all, (otherwise known as me.)

Personality #17, whom has an occasionally lurid sense of humour, wrote a wonderfully baroque little sci-fi tale for this volume, called, ‘The Strontium Thing‘ which brings together a princess in need of suiters and a mercenary pirate warlord with an interesting collection of body parts, each with their own little tale, which leads to the princess feeling a little flushed, and sitting not entirely comfortably as the Warlords tale is told…

If that’s not enough on its own to send you running to your local bookstore, I will add that it is just one tale in a collection with fifteen new and exciting authors for you to discover. As with the first book in this series, I am predictably excited to have one of my stories included in the anthology alongside so many other great writers, but what I am really looking forward to reading all the other stories myself when I get my hands on my own copy. Among them are several authors I have read and reviewed here before as well as those who are new to me. As I am sure you can guess I love nothing more than discovering new writers. Except perhaps telling people about them when I find them. So here’s a chance to discover some new indie writers yourself, and plunge into whole new worlds of wonder, darkness and light…

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Volume 2 includes stories by: A.D.Watts, A.L. Buxton, Jon Hartless, J.S. Collyer, Paul Goodchild, Craig Hallam, Mark Hayes, Peter James Martin, Phoebe Darqueling, Lynne Lumsden Green, and more… And it was edited by the every wonderful C.G. Hatton

It’s available for Kindle on preorder in the UK here or on the picture above… 

Or across the pond and in other realms Here

And will be released in paperback on the 6th of July at Kapow sci-fi fair in Stockton on Tees, where you will find me (or at least, one of my personalities, probably #9, C.G and several of the authors stood around pretending not to be nervous about talking to people about our collective writings, signing books and being ridiculously enthused about everything, because we generally are.

The first volume of the Harvey Duckman Presents series is also still available in paperback and now only £2.99 on Kindle, I would put up a link but it’s not like I haven’t done that a dozen times or more over the last few months … Oh, go on then click on the picture below, it will take you to other worlds…

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