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M.Christian Reads His Science Fiction Story "Some Assembly Required" from LOVE WITHOUT GUN CONTROL

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Published on Dec 20, 2012

Renowned author M.Christian reads "Some Assembly Required," a story from his new collection of science fiction, fantasy, and horror, LOVE WITHOUT GUN CONTROL.

LOVE WITHOUT GUN CONTROL is available in all ebook formats (kindle, ibooks, nook, etc.) for $5.59, and in a print edition for $15.99.

A tale of bittersweet loss, parenthood, new forms of life, and cobbled-together robotics, "Some Assembly Required" was originally published in Talebones Magazine, Fall 200 issue.

M.Christian speaks with a totally unique and truly fascinating voice. There are a lot of writers out there who'd better protect their markets!
- Mike Resnick, Hugo and Nebula Award-winning science fiction author

"M.Christian always writes like dream whether he's creating fantastic visions or ghastly nightmares. With this collection, you get both!"
- Paula Guran, DarkEcho

"M.Christian's imagination and writing talent never cease to amaze me. Both are limitless and his stories can be addictive."
- Cecilia Tan

"M.Christian's stories squat at the intersection of Primal Urges Avenue and Hi-Tech Parkway like a feral-eyed, half-naked Karen Black leering and stabbing her fractal machete into the tarmac. Portraying a world where erotic life has spilled from the bedroom into the street, and been shattered into a million sharp shards, these tales undercut and mutate the old verities concerning memory, desire and loyalty. Truly an author for our post-everything 21st century."
- Paul Di Filippo, author of The Steampunk Trilogy, and reviewer for Issac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine.

For more information:

M.Christian
www.mchristian.com

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