Jake’s Monthly-Alternate History Anthology is Available

Jake’s Monthly-Alternate History Anthology is now available on Smashwords.  The anthology contains 7 alternate history short stories, including my own “A Perfect Hell on Earth”.  Here is the description:

Welcome to Jake’s Monthly. This month’s trip around the best and strangest genres has taken us to Alternate History- a popular subgenre of SciFi where history turned out differently.

We have all sorts of flavors here, including light fantasy, steampunk, military, and Bizarro. These stories are intelligent, well-written, and overall good examples of the genre.

So, sit down, pull up a chair, and gaze into worlds where you never did.

We hope you enjoy your stay.

Jake’s Monthly is an experiment by editor Jake Johnson to see if he can publish an anthology a month for an entire year. Since he makes little profit from these publications as is, he allows you to pay whatever you want for the book, even if it is nothing.

If there is anyone who is willing to review the anthology, contact me at mitro85 at yahoo dot com and I will send you a copy.

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About mattmitrovich

Matt Mitrovich is the founder and editor of Alternate History Weekly Update, volunteer editor for Alt Hist magazine and, starting in 2013, blogger for the relaunch of Amazing Stories. His fiction can be found at Echelon Press, Jake's Monthly and The Were-Traveler. When not writing he works as an attorney, enjoys life with his beautiful wife Alana and prepares for the inevitable zombie apocalypse. You can follow him on Facebook or Twitter (@MattMitrovich).

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