Woo hoo, exciting stuff! As promised, Infinite Waters: 9+1 Speculative Fiction Short Stories has now been released and is available on Amazon. In fact, it’s free on Kindle Unlimited!
I was planning on a big promo, but all of my funds are currently frozen (they have even forbidden us access to our safety deposit boxes). Even worse, PayPal has suspended operations in Greece (although I’m busy opening a new, UK-based account). So, I would very much appreciate any help in spreading the word while this mess is sorted out!
The anthology includes the following stories:
- “Infinite Waters“: A woman seeks her future at a carnival. She discovers more than she expected.”
- “The Things We Do for Lust“: Beware of Greek gods bearing gifts.
- The Twist in the Tale“: A confused woman meanders through a sleepy town. But not all is as it seems.
- “James’ Life“: A man with nothing to look forward to but oblivion, discovers it’s not that easy to escape his life.
- “What’s in a Name?“: A trip to the tropics has an unexpected ending.
- “The Lucky Bastard“: How far will the luckiest man alive go to escape his luck?
- “Two’s a Crowd“: Blood runs thicker than water. Especially when you spill it.
- “Is There a Doctor in the House?“: A high school student just loves to experiment.
- “Sex and Dinner“: A timeless combination. Or is it?
- “Would You Like Flies With That?“: Nothing’s scarier than a supermarket.
- “The Hand of God“: Nothing has prepared this grizzled veteran for a meeting with his god*.
(* first published in The Power of Six)
The cover has been designed by the very talented Alexios Saskalidis of 187designz.
Start reading Infinite Waters on Amazon
(or just leave a comment asking for a free ARC) 🙂
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Congratulations abd best wishes on the publication of Infinite Waters, Nicholas. BTW – that’s a killer cover!
Yippe – thank you, so nice to hear! 😀
Okay, reblogged this on journeytoambeth.com. Best of luck, Nicholas! xx
Thank you! <3
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Nicholas Rossis is a great writer. He’s also a very generous blogger, always ready to offer advice and encouragement to fellow writers, myself included. He’s just released a new collection of short stories but, due to the Greek debt crisis (he lives just outside Athens), he’s unable to launch the book as he would like to. So, here’s my little contribution to spreading the word on his behalf. Take it away, Nicholas!
Congratulations on your new release, Nicholas, it sounds very intriguing! And I read Runaway Smile the other day – it is so completely charming 🙂 I’m sorry to hear that the Greek troubles are affecting you so adversely, I do hope that things improve for you soon. In the meantime, I’ll spread the word about your new release xx
So glad to hear you enjoyed Smile, thank you. Any shares are much appreciated 🙂
Let’s hope things clear up soon enough…
Yes, fingers crossed for you xx
Thank you so much, Tina 🙂
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Check this out.
This sounds like a great book. I will buy and read it ASAP. I’m sorry things are so difficult in Greece, and hope the issues are resolved quickly.
Thank you so much – for both statements! 😀
I can’t even imagine what you’re going through, Nicholas. My heart goes out to you and your family.
Thank you, Sue! It’s terribly frustrating, but so far not too bad 🙂
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Read all about Nicholas’ latest book that’s now released.
Reblogged this on Juliet Aharoni and commented:
I started reading the first story of Infinite Waters. another great book by Nicholas Rossis.
Congratulations and I hope it gets better soon. I’ll reshare on Google+
Thank you so much for the share, and welcome 🙂
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Oh, my goodness. I sure hope that mess gets sorted quickly. The stories are so intriguing.
Thank you! 🙂
Posted on my website, too!
A big thank-you hug from me 😀
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Need some new short stories to keep you company? Try these!
Shared on Facebook, Nicholas. Best of luck.
Thank you so much for sharing! 🙂
I’m not able to “reblog” because I’m on self-hosted WordPress. But I just discovered the “Press This” function (sort of a stripped-down Reblog). So I’ve officially “pressed this” article. 🙂
Thank you so much, Nat! Much appreciated 🙂
Congrats on releasing another book! Just got a copy on Kindle Unlimited. Will definitely spread the word. Best of luck to you with your current circumstances.
Thank you so much, Zed! You rock 🙂
I’m here to support you! I reblogged and it will go out to all my followers. 🙂 UGH! That’s terrible about your funds. *rolls eyes* Good plan on getting a UK Paypal account. Let me know if you want to appear on my blog tomorrow. I can whip up something for you. Tomorrow is SCI FI Day on my blog so I think it would fit in with the theme. 😉
I’ll prepare something right away. Thank you so much for that! 🙂
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A fantastic collection of Speculative Fiction short stories!
Please help an indie author by sharing this with all of your followers and please reblog. 🙂
Congratulations, Nicholas! Of course I just bought the paperback! Even though I have a digital copy to read, I just had to have the physical book. Your shelf in my bookcase is filling up! Yay! Christine
Aw, that is so sweet of you!! Thank you 🙂
I use Matchbook, which means that anyone buying a print copy is entitled to a free digital one. Perhaps you can git the extra copy to someone 🙂
Thank Blog your platform here is still operational, Nicholas, and your Amazon page looks fantastic. And that we can download your book no matter what those clowns in Brussels and Frankfurt are ballsing up for the continent this week. I’m sorry you’re being so badly affected by politics masquerading as fiscal policy, but I’m glad to be able to buy your book regardless (and feel like my purchase is sticking 2 tiny fingers up at the historical disaster we’ll all be shaking our heads at in 50 years’ time).
Thank you! Haec olim meminiso juvabit, as the simple people say 🙂
Not as simple as some. Thank you Google 😉
Lol – hope I spelled it right. My Latin’s a little rusty 🙂
Congratulations, Nicholas…I will definitely purchase. Janet:)
Thank you so much, Janet! You’re a star 🙂
You are welcome – enjoy the weekend. Janet:)
Thanks. You too 🙂
Congratulations on your new release. I love the cover design very much too. So, sad to watch the news here in Canada and hear about Greece. I think it’s terrible they’ve lock people out from their own money, and as you said even your safety deposit box. I pray resolve comes to the beautiful people of Greece very soon. I can’t wait to read your brand new novel..
Take care and best wishes to you Nicholas, from Laura ~
Thank you so much for the kind thoughts, Laura 🙂
Congratulations. An exciting day no matter how many books you have out there.
Thank you! Indeed, it is 🙂
Love me some short stories. Look forward to reading this. ☺ Van
I so hope you enjoy them 🙂
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Awesome. I’m off to get mine, and I get RRBC credit too. Cool.
Looking forward to reading it 🙂
Congratulations. Sounds like an interesting collection.
Many thanks! Let me know if you’d like a free copy 🙂
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A NEW RELEASE 😀
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I read this collection last night and will get a review posted this weekend.
Woo hoo – thank you!! 🙂
Just bought it Nicholas. It’s in the Kindle library, and I have just read the first page!
Good luck with it. here’s to mammoth sales!
Best wishes, Pete.
Thank you so much, Pete! You’re a star!! 🙂
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Help my author friend, Nicholas C. Rossis, Episode 7’s guest on *CHANGES* conversations between authors, launch his newest collection of #specfic #scifi #fantasy #shortstories despite Greece’s economic snafus! Mazel Tov, Nicholas!
OPENINGS July 15 and beyond for #Authors, especially those in sci-fi/speculative fiction and who blog, learn more about and get yourself on *CHANGES*, and /or please recommend an #author to be scheduled as a guest: https://sallyember.com/changes-videocasts-by-sally-ember-ed-d/
Watch conversations with my previous *CHANGES* guests any time: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPbfKicwk4dFdeVSAY1tfhtjaEY_clmfq
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More from Nicholas 🙂
Yay! Happy sales, Nicholas! Last night, I finished reading the complimentary copy you sent me – thank you and well done, another gem! Shoot us an email with the extra story you mentioned the other day though please. Feels like the last brownie on the tray and I gotta have it :)))
Lol – done. Thank you!! 🙂
I have reblogged on https://philipparees.wordpress.com/ Congratulations and the very best of luck with it.
A big thank-you hug from me 🙂
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As if the self-publishing life was not difficult enough. Nicholas Rossis has launched his collection of short stories with all funds frozen in Greece. The book’s collection is outlined here. Do visit and disseminate.
Reblogged this on Author Erika Kind and commented:
Nicholas C. Rossis just released his new short story book “Infinite Waters”. Due to the current financial disaster in Greece he is depending on our support. Please help spreading the news!!!!
My heartfelt congratulations, Nicholas. This really is exciting. I will reblog your post. It is unbelievable how much you people are limited at the moment. Always the people have to pay for the mistakes of the government… Hope there will soon be a constructive solution for you all. Greece is such a beautiful country with kind hearted people.
That’s very true. Thank you for that – and I haven’t forgotten about the post I owe you 😉
Whenever you are ready…
Best of luck! I hope that things aren’t too bad in Greece for you at the moment.
Thank you! I just hope it’s all worth it in the long run 🙂
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Nicholas Rossis has released his latest book which is a short story collection with ten new stories. Due to the Greek financial crisis Nicholas has had to postpone his planned launch. It would be really supportive if you could pop over to Nicholas’s blog and share this post as far and as wide as possible. Over to you..
Congratulations, Nicholas and tweeted to the masses.
Thank you so much for that, Richard 🙂
Woo hoo – that’s so kind of you! I’d have been happy to just send you a free copy as a thank-you for your support, though!
Just glad to be the first one to reply to this post, and with good news for you!
A big thank-you hug for you, then 🙂