Control the hunger ...
Save the world ...
Maybe not in that order ...
The Cannibal's Guide To Fasting
Hits Shelves This September!
Well, it isn’t as if I’m meeting hundreds of thousands of folks, people. But it’s a growing number. Because SciFiHistory.Net has been ‘round the block a few times, I’ve kinda/sorta established the brand (just a bit), and I’m occasionally asked to highlight things just coming to the marketplace … be they films, television shows, podcasts, and even novels. I’ve always had an open mind to this whole ‘share and share alike’ mentality that has become the worldwide Information Superhighway, so when time permits I’m more than happy to hop aboard that bandwagon and use this space to help put you – the reader – in that arena as well … which is the purpose of today’s post.
Author Dana Hammer has what looks to be a pretty impressive debut novel quickly speeding toward the horizon.
For those who’ve never heard the name, Hammer is a playwright, screenwriter, short story writer, and novelist. Her screenplay, Red Wings, has been optioned by EMA Films; and her novel, The Cannibal’s Guide To Fasting, will be released (in hardcover and digitally) this upcoming September 6, 2022, from Cinnabar Moth Publishing LLC. Additionally, Hammer was a Writer in Residence Hypatia in the Woods in the summer of 2022. To date, she has received over sixty awards and honors for her writing, with even a few of them generating income, all of which were deeply appreciated. Her works have been and will be published in many anthologies, journals, and magazines.
Furthermore, I’m pleased to share that she’s provided me with an advance review copy in exchange for a review on SciFiHistory.Net. Readers can look forward to my sharing a few thoughts on her latest and greatest a bit closer to the book’s release date.
In the meantime ... how can I describe The Cannibal’s Guide To Fasting?
Well, in short, Hammer’s story rather deftly combines a few of Science Fiction and Fantasy’s more popular sub-genres. Set in the aftermath of a cannibal-themed Apocalypse (don’t worry, mankind survives), her hero – disgraced yet recovered scientist Igor Fenenko – races against time to both find a cure for Pestis Manducans (the cannibal virus) and stop his nefarious brother from bringing back the good ol’ days of eating your neighbor. And it’s all told with a good sense of humor … because who wouldn’t appreciate a good laugh after the cannibal apocalypse?
About Cinnabar Moth Publishing LLC
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