Thursday, February 1, 2018
With Infinite Complacency: Some Reviews.
Unlike the review of Sherlock Holmes: The Australian Casebook in The Australian, Steve Connor doesn't make an appearance. These all get my name correct.
For those who missed the earlier announcement, Left Hand Publishers describe this release as a collection of short stories from writers around the world, spanning different genres, to bring you a compendium of tales to provoke thought, entertain you, and even mystify your imagination.
My story, With Infinite Complacency, is about Australian astronaut Amanda Jefferies, who finally makes it onto the International Space Station only to watch in horror as the apocalypse unfolds on the Earth below.
The publisher describes my story as a "sci-fi saga about the end of the world, cosmic lies, and bananas."
Some Goodreads and Amazon review quotes:
"Steve writes with authenticity about his characters and their true-to-life scientific environment."
"...there are some incredible pieces of short fiction in this anthology. Among my favorites
With Infinite Complacency by Steve Cameron ..."
"... With Infinite Complacency by Steve Cameron is a science fiction tale. ... I love the concept in this story and the twist at the end. I also loved the idea how would you feel if you were alone in the universe?"
"I enjoyed them all, but those that stick with me are Red Carnation, With Infinite Complacency, Death and the Horse, The Fall, and The Half-Dead Man."
Thank you for the reviews, and thank you for reading our stories.
Posted by Steve Cameron at 2:56 PM
Labels: beautiful lies painful truths, left hand publishers, reviews, Sherlock Holmes, The Australian, with infinite complaceny
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