Marcher Lord Press Now on Scribd.com 4


Yes, Marcher Lord Press has another news flash. The publisher’s books are now available on Scribd.com, which describes itself as a social publishing company. Scribd.com is a website where anyone can publish any type of PDF, Word, PowerPoint or Excel file, thus making it a web document that can be accessed by any registered members.

To celebrate its launch on the Scribd.com website, Marcher Lord Press is offering the novel Starfire by Stuart Vaughn Stockton for only $5 until next Tuesday.

Here’s the official blurb on Starfire:

Starfire--Product ImageRathe is a late-hatch saurn with something to prove. Someone born into such a low caste has no hope of achieving much of anything in this life–unless he can prove himself as a warrior. Through his own skill and a fortuitous encounter with a massive creature, Rathe seeks to rise through the trials to secure a position within the imperial army.

But larger forces are at work in the world, and Rathe has been chosen for a grand and terrible destiny. Through an enemy invasion, revitalized technology from an ancient civilization, and supernatural entities beyond his understanding, Rathe is presented with an unfathomable choice. No matter what he decides, it seems an empire–or a world–will be destroyed.

And the only things informing Rathe’s decision are affection for a small saurin under his care and the admonitions from the mystical representative of a god Rathe doesn’t believe in.

Stuart Vaughn Stockton’s website: http://www.ritersbloc.com

You can find Marcher Lord Press on Scribd at http://www.scribd.com/marcher%20lord%20press

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4 thoughts on “Marcher Lord Press Now on Scribd.com

  • Tina Dee

    Hmm…I have seen Scribd.com before, but never knew what it was really. I’m going to check them out.

    But I’ll ask you what I’m wondering, maybe you know the answer–Do you know if they’d ‘publish’ something like an e-book that I post chapter by chapter on my website for my blog readers?

    Thanks for the info. And, the Starfire book sounds interesting. You just might get me to read something sci-fi/fantasy yet. LOL.

    • admin

      Tina:
      It looks like you can publish pretty much anything on Scribd, including articles and research papers. It would be worth checking out.

      One of these days I’ll get you to read sci-fi/fantasy. You don’t know what you’re missing! 😉

  • Tina Dee

    LOL–you will be surprised to know that I have read Paul Kidd’s THE JUSTICAR and the 2nd book in the series and also David Eddings, Pawn of Prophecy & Queen of Sorcery. Also, The Dragon & the George by Gordon Dickson, and a few others in that series. But that’s about it. So, still measly pickings on the sci-fi/fantasy stuff in the library of my mind. But you are educating me!