Welcome to the new Gerrold.com + eBook giveaway

We’re excited to share this exciting rollout with you. Head over to the subscription box to the left to sign up for David’s email list, and you’ll receive a free copy of The Kennedy Enterprise directly to your inbox. You can also click on the FREE EXCERPT tab to download the first couple of chapters from A Covenant of Justice. For more information on A Covenant of Justice, The Kennedy Enterprise, and many more works by David, take a look at his new books page, where you will find details and descriptions of most of his most treasured books and stories.

Additionally, we’d like to invite you to enter the giveaway below, where we are giving three lucky winners a digital copy of A Covenant of Justice.

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Also, you may want to check in with David on Facebook this afternoon, as there may be more freebies to be won on his author page. Thank you so much for joining us today, and please enjoy all of the fun, free content!

12 comments on “Welcome to the new Gerrold.com + eBook giveaway

  1. Matt Doc Martin

    Huge (in height and somewhat weight) fan of the Chtorr series, When H.A.R.L.I.E. was One, Release 2.0, the Tracker series, and pretty much most everything you have done. You are in top 5 of my favorite authors, which now includes Jim Butcher and John Scalzi among others.

    Please, please, please provide occasional (monthly?) updates on next book (and last 2) for Chtorr series. Over the years, you have mentioned some of the progress made, so I have high hopes to see the rest of series in next 10 years or so. You have crafted an INCREDIBLE tale and a vibrant ecology, and cannot wait for the answers to the mysteries you have laid out, and what out hero will do by the end.

    i promise to buy re-releases and both hardcover and paperback versions of the novels. Likewise, if I see you at a con, I will gladly donate towards your “Writer’s Fund”.

    Feed my addiction!

  2. Evan Newton

    I’m a huge fan, Mr. Gerrold! 🙂 I’m eagerly awaiting the next installment of the Chtorr series.

    Is there any sign of ebook releases of the previous Chtorr books?


  3. Kate

    So glad to see the new page David. I want to win a copy of the book on The trouble with Tribbles. I had it when it first came out and an ex decided to toss it to make room for his civil war history books. Can’t wait to get into some of your other books too!

  4. Matthew Aldridge

    Been a fan since i read my first chtorr book… I’d also be keen to see an e-book release of the chtorr series (and the new one!). Also would love to see book collections with multiple books at a discount.

  5. Joseph F. Berenato

    My favorite works? Hard to say. “Martian Child,” of course. All of his work with PHASE II. And “The Trouble With Tribbles,” naturally.

    But I have also had the privilege of working with David; first, in a fantastic interview he granted for Glassworks Magazine; and second, he wrote a wonderful foreword for my book “New Life and New Civilizations: Exploring Star Trek Comics.”

    So, naturally I’m going to pick THAT as my favorite. 🙂

    Though I’m REALLY looking forward to “A Doctor for the Enterprise.”

  6. Michael Dubuque

    So good to see something new on the website. Hopefully this is a hint of better things to come. 🙂

  7. Keith Stanley

    Almost afraid to mention it these days, but I’ll go with the obvious choice of the Chtorr stuff. With that said, I’ve read the bulk of David’s books and I have yet to find one I didn’t like.

  8. Ingrid Johanne Vaalund

    Some of your stories have changed my life. I don’t have time to write more now, but I am linking to a blog post describing how the Chtorr books came to be discussed in a dissertation on “Reading Through Madness: Counter-Psychiatric Epistemologies and the Biopolitics of (In)sanity in Post-World War II Anglo Atlantic Women’s Narratives”


  9. Jan Hyka

    For me the Chtorr books definitely fit in my personal top 3 works along with LOTR and Hyperion. Fingers crossed we are all soon able to follow Jim McCarthy’s struggle against the invasion in next books.
    Have a nice day and have fun writing 😉 I mean… storytelling 🙂

  10. Dawn

    My favorite work is hard to choose. I love the Chtorr series. Child of Earth and Child of Grass amazed me. I wanted to be along for the journey on Leaping for the Stars.

    Can’t decide

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