Month: November 2017

Rachael Howard talks Anthropocene Chronicles

Writer Rachael Howard talks about collaboration and getting involved with the Anthropocene Chronicles. Source: Rachael Howard talks Anthropocene Chronicles

Carmen Radtke’s Case of the Missing Bride gets review on Goodreads

Carmen Radtke, author of both “Love and Other Crimes” and “Privilege” from The Anthropocene Chronicles, has just seen a review of her recent novel Case of the Missing bride published on Goodreads – read it here.

Read a review of Emma Pullar’s Dystopian Thriller Skeletal

Emma Pullar - Read a review of Emma Pullar's Dystopian Thriller Skeletal

Emma Pullar, writer of the short story “Old Trees don’t Bend” recently published a dystopian thriller titled Skeletal you can read a review here on bookstormer.

Buy The Anthropocene Chronicles from our Streetlib store

Buy on StreetLib

The Anthropocene Chronicles are now available to buy from our Streetlib store  in addition to the many other stores that are currently selling these books.

Buy The Chronicles in Germany from Thalia

Buy TheAnthropocene Chronicles from Thalia.de in Germany

The Anthropocene Chronicles Parts I and II are now available in Germany from Thalia.de  who also have an eReader and app available on their site   The Anthropocene Chronicles Part I The Anthropocene Chronicles Part II

Parts I & II available from TIM

rad The Anthropocene Chronicles on your mobile device

The Anthropocene Chronicles Parts I and II are now available in Italy from TIM who also have a reading app available on their site for the eBooks. The Anthropocene Chronicles Part I The Anthropocene Chronicles Part II

Buy Anthropocene Chronicles in Japan on Kindle or ePub

The Anthropocene Chronicles Parts I & II available in Japan

The Anthropocene Chronicles Part I and  Part II are now available in Japan as book on Kindle as well as an ePub download   The Anthropocene Chronicles on Kindle The Anthropocene Chronicles ePub

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