Since Dastaan World once again has seemed to have crashed and burned, my previously accepted stories The Unreal Man and Surtr and the Phoenix have been “unaccepted,” which kind of stings.
This is why I was excited when I saw the notice at Zombie Pirate Publishing featuring my story Buried in the Sands of Time.
It’s my retro-SciFi tale featured in their anthology RAYGUN RETRO: A Science Fiction Anthology.
The book has only one Amazon review so far, but it’s a good one:
As a teenager fifty years ago, I made money by delivering newspapers around the neighborhood. Some of the money I saved for college, but the rest I spent on baseball cards and science fiction anthologies.
Reading Raygun Retro returned me to those days of yore. The stories are interesting, surprising and kept me reading way past my bedtime. The authors I grew up with, Bradbury, Asimov and Clarke have been replaced by a talented group of writers from all over the world.
This book made me smile and think and I recommend it to SCI-FI enthusiasts.
Thanks. Pal. That was my childhood, too.