Writers of the Future, Volume 38
presented by L. Ron Hubbard
In the World of Science Fiction & Fantasy, this Anthology stands out for the stories, art, and extras.
Which will you love most? Discover 25 award-winning authors and illustrators. The best new stories selected by some of your favorite authors—including Brandon Sanderson, Orson Scott Card, Nnedi Okorafor, and Jody Lynn Nye. These diverse stories will fill you with wonder. And a few just might break your heart.
“The Writers of the Future collection is exciting and engrossing, across the spectrum of SF and fantasy, space opera and epic fantasy. These stories explore new mysteries and ideas.” –Publishers Weekly
Bonus short stories by Frank Herbert, L. Ron Hubbard, and David Farland. Volume 38 is a treasure.
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Singing Lessons for the Stylish Canary
by Laura Stanfill
Suspenseful and heartwarming, a whimsical journey full of friendship, adventure, and self-discovery. Georges Blanchard is revered in the small French town of Mireville as a master serinette maker and for a miraculous incident in his childhood that earned him the title “The Sun-Bringer.” As his firstborn son, Henri Blanchard is expected to follow in his footsteps, but Henri would rather learn to make lace than music boxes.
When Henri discovers a stash of American letters in his father’s drawer, he learns he’s not the firstborn son at all: Henri has an older half-brother born to one of Georges’s American customers. When he crosses the ocean to encounter his half-brother, Henri discovers there’s an entire world beyond Mirevilleace and there may be a perfect place for him yet.
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The Hawk’s Flight: Book Two of the Three Brothers Trilogy
by Elizabeth R. Jensen
From award-winning author Elizabeth R. Jensen comes a gripping tale of adventure and the unbreakable bond of family.
After twenty years of peace in the land of Etria, war has come crashing across its borders. Both Wanonia to the north and Ruschmann Blackwell to the south have waged attacks. Suddenly, three young brothers find themselves thrust into the role of battlefront soldiers. Following separate paths, the three hone their skills and fight for their people.
Years pass as friendships are tested and lives are lost. Only then are the brothers reunited on a top-secret diplomatic mission. Can their bond as brothers withstand the challenges they face, or will they become the latest casualties of the dragon sorcerer?
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Visions of Johanna
by Peter Sarno
Johanna, an artist, and Matt, a music critic, couldn’t be more different, but by a simple twist of fate, she plucks him from a crowd at a Dylan concert. What follows is a heady and intense relationship buffeted by the usual suspects that gently rocked the ‘80s. Matt’s lessons in art—as well as life—at the hands of Johanna drive the novel into pockets of feminism and quiet revolution. All of this is tempered by deeply held traumatic secrets that torque their intimacy.
The novel travels through time and social unrest to the final moment. Within its pages, tragedies haunt, acts of moral goodness manifest themselves, and benevolence reigns with a finality that absolves all. “A beautifully intimate romance that doesn’t shy away from challenging topics,” says Publishers Weekly’s BookLife.
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