Friday, April 15, 2011

The Dangers Of Field Work - William Vitka

Bio: My name is William Vitka. I'm a journalist by trade, but a pulp
writer by passion. I am the Senior Producer/Reporter for
and a features writer for I've been published in The Red
Penny Papers, Necrotic Tissue, and Everyday Weirdness. I live in New
York City with my wife.

Product description: The Dangers Of Field Work is a Sci-Fi short story
similar in tone to those wonderful Twilight Zone episodes of old.

Q: What will e-readers like about your book?

Well, first, it's only $.99 and it's a quick read. Short but sweet, as
one reviewer said on Amazon. If you like tales with a twist, this is
right up your alley.

Q: Why did you go indie?

I wanted to reach readers, talk to readers, shock readers, directly.
And Amazon, for example, offers authors royalty rates that traditional
publishers simply can't match.

Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre?

Richard Matheson is a hero to me. Also: Philip K Dick and
. They managed to pack a big punch into small packages.

Get it on Amazon

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