Released: Two for One CJ Martin Short Stories

Released!  CJ Martin’s first collection of short stories.

Two for One – George and the Elraton Gang + The Aliens of the Wild West

Amazon: .99
B&N: .99

Both stories will be released in audio format and for free in a series of podcasts.  I hope to have the first podcast ready tomorrow. (Edit: done)

This collection includes two short stories by CJ Martin. Unlike his Tanaka series, these stories are a touch lighthearted. Together, the total word count is 6,120. Both of these stories are each well-suited (intended) for reading in a single sitting.

STORY #1 – George and the Elraton Gang
George will simply not put up with a gang of terrorist rats. These rats have taken over the old Henderson’s house across the street. Harnessing the power of his secret labyrinth, George wields an ultimate weapon to battle the rats. The rats will not surrender without a fight, however. Full invasion ensues.

Who couldn’t love a story about a rat named Princess making a Churchillian speech and a nod to an ancient folk-tale. George and the Elraton Gang is a 3,800 word short story with a surprising twist to the common dream-like theme.

STORY #2 – The Aliens of the Wild West
The Boss and Jimmy are inseparable, but it wasn’t always like that. A mere five years prior, the two were on opposite sides in the Civil War. Their like-personalities and needs, however, trumped any previous political differences. Now, the two face giant aliens and the very real possibility that they will be kidnapped and used for experimentation on a strange planet far away.

As you read, just remember, it isn’t what you think…

The Aliens of the Wild West is a 2,300 word story.

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About cjmartinbook

Author of the Tanaka thrillers.

Posted on May 22, 2011, in Short Stories. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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