What's New on Kassidor

This page lists the changes and additions to this site with the most recent first. Changes more than a year old are not listed.

Nov. 14, 2017
We have changed the Sci-fi ebook links and Reviews pages to be a little more phone friendly. Not as much as you or Google would like, but what we could do without going to active pages and feeding different pages to different devices. We know this will not increase our search rank because we will not use pages generated on the fly. You'll still need to tell all your friends about this site.
Sep. 30, 2017
The fourth episode of the Skank series Uncertainty Principle is now available in ebook and paperback.
Sep. 22, 2017
After four years we finally have Vermin Rising available in ebook and paperback. Sorry about the long wait.
Sep. 6, 2017
Proofreading updates to Antidote and a fix to the cover picture to line up the angle of Kortrax with the actual latitude and season.
May 6, 2017
The 'Stories Set Here' links on the maps pages have become out of date. Since the site logs show no evidence that they were ever used, they have been removed.
May 4, 2017
Abomination, the third and last of the Dyoniss and Kessil series is now available. In this they chase down those who caused the zombie apocalypse.
In addition we now have ePubs for the 'Skank' series by R.W. Zuidema.
Apr. 12, 2017
We have taken over the links to free sci-fi that were formerly on Free-Online-Novels and put them on a page on this site. It will operate essentially the same except you email lwillard@kassidor.com to add a link or report problems with them. Links that pointed to novels that are no longer free, sites that are hacked or unavailable have been removed. Also a link to a site that was completely in Chinese has been removed because I am unable to verify that it is what it claims (it didn't look it).
Because of the links, the 'maps' button on the home page has been removed, instead, clicking on the image of the planet will take you directly to the maps.
Apr. 4, 2017
The 'Free-Online-Novels' site is no longer linking to non-religious novels so all links to that site have been removed.
Jan. 16, 2017
We have revisions to The Aldeb Wars. They are mainly proofreading corrections, a few factual corrections and an update to the more phone and tablet friendly page size. There seems to be renewed interest in this series of novellas due to the recent political tragedies. Those that are most indicative of where we are now headed are: The Emperor's Last War, Goodbye My Queen and My Child because they most clearly describe a government of, by and for the multibillionaires and their corporations (Houses).

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