SFWA’s Scoundrels in Space StoryBundle Available Til 2/24

The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) has released their newest science fiction StoryBundle, Scoundrels in Space, which will be available until February 24. This collection of novels curated by the SFWA Independent Authors Committee can be purchased here: https://storybundle.com/scifi. 

The con artists, thieves, and space pirates of tomorrow fascinate us, all the more because these motley ne’er-do-wells so often end up saving the universe despite their incorrigibility. Pick up the SFWA Scoundrels in Space StoryBundle and get to know twelve such spacefarers who live on the fringes of a dozen wildly different worlds, until circumstances force each of them into hard choices and more adventure than they expected.

SFWA StoryBundles are curated collections of DRM-free ebooks from independent and small press science fiction writers offered at a steeply discounted price. Purchasers can name their price for the core bundle of ebooks. Any purchase of $20 or more unlocks all 12 in the bundle, and buyers can choose to donate a portion of the proceeds to SFWA.

The included titles are as follows:

Core Bundle

  • Flotsam by R J Theodore 
  • Severance by Chris Bucholz 
  • Toccata System by Kate Sheeran Swed 
  • Tyche’s Flight by Richard Parry 

Bonus Books

  • Lex Talionis by R. S. A. Garcia
  • Wreckers by George Ellis
  • The Quantum Magician by Derek Künsken
  • The Blackwing War by K.B. Spangler
  • House of Shards by Walter Jon Williams 
  • Barbarians of the Beyond by Matthew Hughes
  • Border Crosser by Tom Doyle
  • Romance on Four Worlds: a Casanova Quartet by Tom Purdom

The Scoundrels in Space StoryBundle is the result of an open submission call made by SFWA in October 2021.

[Based on a press release.]

4 thoughts on “SFWA’s Scoundrels in Space StoryBundle Available Til 2/24

  1. I haven’t read any of the others, but House of Shards is very funny. It’s the middle book of a trilogy, but you don’t have to have to have read the first book to know what is going on, as nothing in the first book has a bearing on the main plot of the second.

  2. I’m unfamiliar with most of these authors, but on the strength of the ones I knew, I’ve bought the bundle.

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