If there is one thing I miss about the ebook experience, it’s the smell. I love the smell of new books. I don’t love their weight, when they gather with their friends. I don’t love the space necessary to store them when they are not in immediate use. I don’t love that they lack built in flashlights for the inevitable late-night reading fest. But I do love their smell – new book smell, paperback smell, old book smell.

Guild Dues, by Sare Liz Gordy
Guild Dues, by Sare Liz Gordy

So currently, the smell of this new book is the smell of fall, mixed in with a little bit of bacon and a hint of steak – which tells you a lot about my current eating patterns, and the fact that I have the windows open. And here it is. GUILD DUES: A collection of somewhat supernatural short fiction.

You can purchase the ebook from Amazon.com, here.

If you don’t have a kindle, but would still like to read GUILD DUES, you can download a kindle reader for just about any piece of technology you like, here.

If you would prefer to borrow GUILD DUES from the library, that would be awesome. You’ll probably need to request it of them, but then, that’s how libraries build their collections – based on the requests of their readers.

Don’t forget, whenever you buy a book – if you liked it, go back and leave a review on Amazon! Honest, positive reviews are worth their weight in gold to every author.

Read more about the stories inside of GUILD DUES, here.