Sunday, June 26, 2011

Going Digital: Captain Midnight at Ultima Thule

Yesterday Christopher Paul Carey and I posted about the eBook publication of our story "Iron and Bronze" on both Kindle and Nook.

Today, I'm pleased to announce the availability of my tale "Captain Midnight at Ultima Thule" at

GENRE: Ad­ven­ture
TYPE: Short Sto­ry
PUB­LISH­ER: Moon­stone Books
AU­THOR: Win Scott Eckert

Born in the blaz­ing cru­cible of war, but sworn to fight for peace, the mys­te­ri­ous ob­sid­i­an avi­a­tor known on­ly by the co­de­name Cap­tain Mid­night… flies again!

An ace pi­lot, su­per se­cret agent, and as­tound­ing sci­en­tif­ic ge­nius, the hero­ic Cap­tain Mid­night ruled the ra­dio air­waves and starred in com­ic books, film se­ri­als and a clas­sic tele­vi­sion se­ries.

Cap­tain Mid­night at Ul­ti­ma Thule (6,100 words)

Sab­o­tage, a cur­va­ceous foe, a se­cret mis­sion, a hid­den city… and Nazis. Who could ask for any­thing more of a pulp ac­tion-ad­ven­ture? is a cloud-based reading service that publishes classic and contemporary short stories that are accessible from any device with an up-to-date browser and an Internet connection.

Coming soon to iPulpFiction: Lance Star: Shadows over Kunlun.

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