1632 Inc. and Ring of Fire Press Stands in Solidarity with Ukraine

Eric Flint’s Ring of Fire Press and 1632 Inc., the world’s largest multi-author shared universe, with more than 12 million words in electronic media and paper print, today announced their “solidarity with the freedom-loving people of Ukraine”.   

One percent of the revenue of Ring of Fire Press will be donated to Doctors Without Borders for use in the Ukraine catastrophe.

In addition, authors Gorg Huff and Paula Goodlett will be donating the royalties from their Miroslava Holmes 1632 Series novels to Doctors without Borders. These include A Mission for the CzarA Holmes for the Czar, and Two Cases for the Czar.

The donation period will run until June 30, 2022.

Other Ring of Fire Press authors are being encouraged to join this effort.

5 thoughts on “1632 Inc. and Ring of Fire Press Stands in Solidarity with Ukraine

  1. 1632 Inc. says ” the world’s largest multi-author shared universe”.

    Perry Rhodan says, “Hold my beer…”

  2. @Dan’l Danehy-Oakes
    German beer, of course. Two billion books sold?! I remember when the Perry Rhodan books were everywhere in the U.S., and then … poof! They were gone. Of course, according to Wikipedia, that means that the English language readers missed out when the series later became more sophisticated.

  3. I recall that also, because I not only bought and read them, I had a short-short published in one of them. I started in a small Pennsylvania town with no bookstore, but where they were on the rack in the local drugstore, and got hooked…

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