One of our merry pranksters was hard at work this weekend and this morning we’re unveiling our plans to give away electronic copies of Solomon the Peacemaker by Hunter Welles offline. You heard right. Offline. In real space.
Solomon the Peacemaker is about a futuristic society ruled over by a distributed artificial intelligence, so we thought it would be cool and ironic to give away electronic copies where things aren’t monitored or tracked.
If you locate the USB, you’ll find it contains the novel in several different forms. Please take what you need and return the thumb drive to its secret location.
Solomon the Peacemaker by Hunter Welles will be published by Cowcatcher Press on January 14, 2014.
USB Location #1: Providence, Rhode Island
N 41° 49.81198′ W 071° 24.44203′
On the highland
Many wander alone
Go there yourself and
Look beneath the throne
Starting tomorrow, you can enter to win a copy of Solomon the Peacemaker by Hunter Welles. Tell your friends.
The review copies for Solomon the Peacemaker arrived this week. Here’s the info sheet we’re sending out with them. If you’re a reviewer and the book interests you, please drop us a line.
We’re sending out our first call for submissions. Read below.
Cowcatcher Press, publisher of literary genre fiction, seeks a book artist to design and create a limited-edition hardcover edition of its first novel, Solomon the Peacemaker by Hunter Welles. In addition to the very readable e-book and paperback formats, we plan to publish all of our titles as handmade hardcovers whose form is inspired by the text. (Solomon the Peacemaker is a science fiction novel about a computer intelligence tasked with settling disputes between nations, in case that’s a deal-breaker or -maker for anyone thinking of submitting.)
Cowcatcher Press will pay for materials. Net proceeds will be split between author and artist. The publication date is December.
Please email your resume and a PDF portfolio if interested.
We have a new Goodreads giveaway going on now. Enter to win a copy of Solomon the Peacemaker by Hunter Welles.