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LAST CHANCE to get every Crossed Genres title for only $20!

January 31, 2012

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Today is the FINAL DAY of CGP’s special ebook bundle offer: Get all 9 current CGP titles for only $20! That’s more than 1/3 off the regular price! * 9 titles * Over 710,000 words * 2 novels and 114 short stories That’s over 1,900 words of fiction every day for a year, for less [...]

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Two days left to get every Crossed Genres title for only $20!

January 30, 2012

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Tomorrow (Tuesday, 1/31) is the final day of CGP’s special ebook bundle offer: Get all 9 current CGP titles for only $20! That’s more than 1/3 off the regular price! * 9 titles * Over 710,000 words * 2 novels and 114 short stories That’s over 1,900 words of fiction every day for a year, [...]

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Only ONE WEEK LEFT to get all Crossed Genres titles for $20!

January 24, 2012

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January 31 will be the last day to get ebooks of all of Crossed Genres’ current titles for just $20 – that’s over 1,900 words of fiction per day (for less than $0.06 per day) for a year! • 9 titles • Over 710,000 words • 2 novels and 114 short stories • All for [...]

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1/3 off CGP’s entire library! Special January ebook deal!

January 1, 2012

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In recognition of the release of Crossed Genres Quarterly 4 – the final publication of Crossed Genres Magazine! – and the final month that our first ever book publication, Crossed Genres Year One, will be available, we’ve decided to offer a special ebook bundle. For a limited time, you can get everything CGP has available [...]

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GoodReads book giveaway: BROKEN SLATE by Kelly Jennings!

November 14, 2011

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Crossed Genres is having a GoodReads giveaway for Kelly Jennings’ novel Broken Slate! Goodreads Book Giveaway Broken Slate by Kelly Jennings Giveaway ends November 22, 2011. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter to win “BROKEN SLATE is unexpectedly engrossing, with enough strength of character at its core to drag one along its richly carved [...]

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Crossed Genres releases Kelly Jennings’ novel BROKEN SLATE Friday 7/15 [Buying Day]

July 14, 2011

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Crossed Genres Publications is proud to announce the publication of Kelly Jennings’ intense science fiction novel BROKEN SLATE! Taken from his family’s merchant ship at the age of fourteen, Martin Eduardo endured years in the brutal contract labor system on the planet Julian. Now a contract rebellion brews. The precarious – and emotionally costly – [...]

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CGP Newsletter: New issue, Open to subs, Ebooks & contest

May 1, 2011

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There are so many things going on in the CGP world, we decided a newsletter was in order! 1. CROSSED GENRES #30: LUCK RELEASED 2. CG MAGAZINE RE-OPEN TO SUBMISSIONS 3. CGP TITLES NOW AVAILABLE THROUGH EBOOK RETAILERS 4. SCIENCE IN MY FICTION CONTEST 2011: OFFWORLD 5. READERCON CROSSED GENRES #30: LUCK RELEASED CG Magazine’s [...]

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The conclusion of Broken Slate is here!

March 22, 2011

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It had been an ice storm, followed by a thaw and a freeze. Deja set him to clear the gutters, miserable, useless work, since he had to pry ice off grime and stone, and since the weather link said another thaw was due the next day. Martin didn’t mind. It kept him out of the [...]

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Broken Slate Chapter 15 is up! The penultimate chapter!

March 8, 2011

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Deja took them back to Durbin, putting Martin in the below-stairs dorm there and giving him the worst work in the house, to impress upon him and everyone else how low Martin had sunk. He didn’t speak to Martin otherwise, except when he came around to tell him about the bids he had gotten on [...]

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Broken Slate chapter 14 is up!

February 22, 2011

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The next morning, he couldn’t get up. Every muscle had seized, locked stiff with pain, and he burned with fever. He knew the fever was partly from the ‘tropes, which ran him on overdrive when they kicked into repair mode. He knew it meant he was healing. That knowledge didn’t make the pain any easier [...]

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