Exchange Students

I am pleased to announce the release of the latest anthology from Hadrosaur Productions. It’s called Exchange Students, edited by Sheila Hartney.

Study abroad! See new places! Meet new people!

In our exchange student program, you can literally study anywhere or anywhen you can imagine. We’ll send you to new planets. We’ll send you to new dimensions and realms of existence. We’ll send you through time itself!

Don’t believe me? This exciting anthology contains many tales of our thrilling and educational exchange student program. You’ll read tales of aliens coming to earth and humans traveling to alien worlds. You’ll meet a denizen of Hell who travels to Heaven. Some students will discover their super powers on their journey. Other students will have encounters with the undead. You’ll meet a law enforcement officer who travels to the realm of the fae to help solve a crime of truly interdimensional proportions.

This anthology features twenty-two amazing stories. The full table of contents is as follows:

  • “Switching Worlds” by J Louis Messina
  • “We Are Allan” by Tim Kane
  • “Home Is(n’t) Where the Heart” Is by Chisto Healy
  • “A Coral Study” by Katherine Quevedo
  • “Take Him to Your Leader. Please” by Jennifer Moore
  • “The Blog of Thomasona Brown” by Paula Hammond
  • “Interplanetary Relations” by Margret A. Treiber
  • “Advanced Precognition” by Emily Martha Sorensen
  • “My Book Report on Starlight” by Joachim Heijndermans
  • “Flunk, Juggle & Frog” by Jonathan Shipley
  • “A Visit From Lady Lydia” by Ken Goldman
  • “Claudius” by Sheila Hartney
  • “Easy Peasy” by Holly Schofield
  • “An Averted Tragedy” by Brian Gene Olson
  • “The Pupil” by David B. Riley
  • “Starseeds” by Sherry Yuan
  • “The Lionel, the Witch and the Wardrobe” by Lesley L. Smith
  • “Orange Sun, Grey Sky” by Alden Loveshade
  • “Where Were You Last Night” by Roze Albina Ches
  • “Bessarabia” by Sean Jones
  • “Student Database Notes 3/25 – 6/27” by Tim McDaniel
  • “Fairyland Border Investigations, Training Academy Class 937” by Jaleta Clegg

I’m pleased to see a number of contributors from Tales of the Talisman and Hadrosaur’s anthologies returning for this book. I’m also pleased to see several new names in the table of contents. At this point, I’ve read the anthology cover to cover several times, in my roles as publisher and copy editor. The book is great fun and I enjoy more each time I read it. This is a book you should add to your collection.

9 comments on “Exchange Students

  1. This is one anthology where I’m as excited about seeing all the other stories as I am seeing mine. I know I’ve said this before, but I think the theme “Exchange Students” is one of the best I’ve ever seen for an anthology. It opens up endless possibilities.

    • Glad to have your story as part of this anthology and I think you’ll enjoy reading your copy when you get it. Contributor copies are making their way to me and I’ll ship them out as soon as I have them in hand!

  2. Let me know if you want a spot on my blog, David.

  3. rozepotpourri says:

    Hi David. I’m really excited about this anthology and can’t wait to read all of the stories. I shared it on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. I also have a FB page called Authors and Writers where I feature their books. I’ll also post it to my WordPress blog.

    • Awesome, thank you! I appreciate that as I’m sure all your fellow contributors do as well. 🙂

      I was able to appreciate the book as a reader as the stories came in and I really do think Sheila put together a fun book. All of you did a great job.

  4. rozepotpourri says:

    Reblogged this on ROZE POTPOURRI and commented:
    So excited about this anthology release. Twenty-two amazing sci-fi stories by twenty-two amazing authors, in which I am one 🙂 🙂

  5. I know the timing wasn’t planned this way. But right now problems facing exchange students is headline news.
    https://apnews.com/07bc13f8cc9074b9481d0d3803d4e3cc

    • Thanks for sharing the information. Yes, the coronavirus outbreak is impacting a lot of things. We’ve been receiving travel advisories at the observatory as well, since a lot of our people travel to meetings and collaborating with university colleagues.

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