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Selling Saturday: Smashwords Coupon for “New Antiques”and the Last 2 Days of Summer/Winter Sale on All My Collections

NewAntiquesCoverThis week’s Smashword’s coupon is for “New Antiques”:

Tim Crabtree takes time out of his daily harassment by the local bullies to wonder why his new neighbors have built a forty-foot pole in their backyard. Are they trying to get hit by lightning? If he only knew…

“New Antiques” was yet another go at a little bit of time travel, but I wanted to play with the mundane wonder of being a kid and having to deal with how fantastic reality can be. I saw this one play out visually like a movie as I wrote it.

Use coupon code YY92P to get 67% off the cover price at Smashwords (that’s only 99-cents – such a deal!) – it’s good until August 6th. Here’s the link:

“New Antiques” is also available in the collection – Yet Still Even More Things I Could Get OUT OF MY MIND.


ObsoleteCoverWe’re in the release weekend for “Obsolete”:

When we leave Earth, will we forget what it’s like to be human?

Mr. Omega, the last unmodified man, stands trial for unthinkingly preserving his own life over that of a superior being.

“Obsolete” is a short, speculative fiction. I was wondering – as we FINALLY try to go into space, will our ability to alter ourselves become more cost effective than creating safety devices to protect us from the perils of space travel? And what will be the value of an ORIGINAL man?

“Obsolete” is available in all the usual places, including (but not limited to):




Collection6eBookCoverWe’re into the LAST 2 DAYS of Smashwords’ site-wide Summer/Winter Sale promotion –  all of my collections are 50%-off with a coupon (the coupons is listed on the individual page for each book – it’s SSW50 in case you have trouble finding it.) The coupon applies to my seven OUT OF MY MIND collections, plus my Herc Tom Collection Cats of War I and the Detective Jimmy Delaney collection Broken Down.

All can be found on my Smashwords author page (listed below), or you can find the individual links on yesterday’s Selling Saturday posting by clicking HERE.


William Mangieri’s writing, including his latest publication “Obsolete” can be found in many places, including:




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