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Conrad Zero
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Dark Fiction Author from Minneapolis, MN
Dark Fiction Author from Minneapolis, MN

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If you like Dark Fiction, connect with me on other social media. Twitter.com/conradzero and fb http://on.fb.me/1MtfWPY

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Hers' the latest video of my live reading at Dreamhaven Books!

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Minnesota Author Conrad Zero reads from published and soon-to-be-published works of Dark Fiction, Science Fiction and Paranormal Adventure.

Reading starts at 6:30, but get to Dreamhaven Books early to browse the collection of rare and out of print books, comics, and collectables. And if you're interested in autographed copies of works from local authors like Neil Gaiman, Emma Bull and more, you'll want to get there REALLY early!

Dreamhaven Books
3801 38th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55380
dreamhavenbooks.com

For the afterparty, (8PM till whenever) we'll be adjourning to Parkway Pizza for Happy hour 2-4-1s and "Minneapolis Style" pizza!

Parkway Pizza
4359 Minnehaha Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55406
parkwaypizzamn.com

Hope to see you there!

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Added photos to Térata Extravanganza!.

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It's the final countdown...
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A Circus of Brass and Bone will be 75% off through July 12, 2016, and then 25% off through the end of July.

That means that RIGHT NOW, A Circus of Brass and Bone is available for the low, low price of ONE DOLLAR.

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It's the end of civilization, but the show must go on. When a traveling circus returns to Boston after a tour in British India, they discover that an aetheric calamity has sent a wave of death rolling across post-Civil War America, killing a third of the population and rendering basic technology dangerously unstable. In such desperate time, what use is a circus?

Reviews

"Read if: You would love to read about circus freaks, espionage, war elephant golems, intrepid female ship captains, monkeys finding true love, and the authentic smells of large cities."
- Heidi Waterhouse, Goodreads

"...the world has a texture and a past that appeals even as it appalls ... The characters have a lot of bad stuff happening to them, but they retain both agency and their moral sense. The darker scenes never devolve into hopelessness or pointless gore."
- Marissa Lingen, Novel Gazing Redux

This is part of Smashwords' July Summer Sale. They offer many formats including epub and mobi (for Kindles).

#kindle #nook #indiepub #WriterWednesday #99cents  

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Bacon, provolone and Fig sammy at Toasty's..
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Just leveled up by sharing my #Minneapolis wisdoms...
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