Sci-Fi Adventure Humble Bundle – Support Authors through SFWA

Here’s a fantastic deal on science fiction adventure ebooks that also supports the SFWA, who advocates for science fiction and fantasy writers and assists them with medical and legal expenses.

Open Road Media has partnered with Humble Bundle and SFWA (Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America) to offer 24 stellar science fiction adventure ebooks, including Octavia Butler’s DAWN (soon to be adapted for television) and Joe Haldeman’s ALL MY SINS REMEMBERED available at levels of pay for whatever you’re willing to contribute.

A portion of the proceeds (you can choose how much) will benefit Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.

SFWA is a not-for-profit that informs, supports, promotes, defends, and advocates for science fiction and fantasy authors, and administers grants helping with medical costs and legal fees.

Here’s the link to the Humble Bundle:

The Science Fiction Adventures Humble Bundle is live as of 11 am Pacific time on Wednesday, October 4 and will be available until Wednesday, October 18.

Here is the full list of ebooks including some very attractive titles by well-known science fiction authors:

The Icerigger TrilogyAlan Dean Foster
Orbital DecayAllen Steele
CatseyeAndre Norton
Schismatrix PlusBruce Sterling
Encounter with TiberBuzz Aldrin
Encounter with Tiber (co-author)John Barnes
Midshipman’s HopeDavid Feintuch
A Woman of the Iron PeopleEleanor Arnason
The Forge of GodGreg Bear
The City on the Edge of ForeverHarlan Ellison
A Choice of TreasonsJ.L. Doty
ExpendableJames Alan Gardner
All My Sins RememberedJoe Haldeman
The Shockwave RiderJohn Brunner
Starrigger: Skyway Bk 1John DeChancie
Vacuum FlowersMichael Swanwick
Orion Shall RisePoul Anderson
Across a Billion YearsRobert Silverberg
Playing GodSarah Zettel
Echoes of EarthSean Williams
Echoes of Earth (co-author)Shane Dix
The GenomeSergei Lukyanenko
BlackcollarTimothy Zahn
SteelheartWilliam Dietz
DawnOctavia Butler
JaranKate Elliott
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