Online Competition starts here!








Itsukushima Shrine, Shukkei Park, Ujina Port … all Hiroshima landmarks featured in “Zero Sum Game”.


Excalibur is proud to announce the online launch party of “Zero Sum Game” by Cody L Martin, a science fiction novel set in Hiroshima and the surrounding area! The party takes place during Saturday 24th and 25th September, and will feature surprises, surveys and interviews related to the book. We’re also holding a competition, with prizes!


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To enter the competition …


We’re looking for your impressions of western Japan – including Hyogo, Okayama, Shimane, Hiroshima, Yamaguchi, and also the islands of Kyushu and Shikoku – putting the spotlight on the beauty and charm of western Japan!
Please send your photos, sketches, memories, stories, poems/haiku by posting them as a comment on the launch party site. If the pictures are yours, great! If the pictures came from somewhere else, please say where, or post a link. The entries that get the most responses and likes will win!



3rd prize: The ebook of “Zero Sum Game”.
2nd Prize: A signed print copy of “Zero Sum Game”.
1st prize: A signed print copy of both “Zero Sum Game” and Cody’s first novel, “Adventure Hunter: Similitude”.
If there’s anything else you need to know, just leave a comment here and ask your question, or leave a comment on the FB launch party page, or send us an FB message!


To attend the party and post your entries, go here!
For more information on Cody, check out the author profiles in the menu above!
The Amazon page for “Zero Sum Game” is here!







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