He's just released a new sci-fi short story (which I will read & review when I get the chance) called Hunter. It's a pay-what-you-want type of release, meaning you can download it to your heart's content and pay nothing, or you can spread the good karma and donate. This story is DRM-free in multiple formats, so you can do whatever you want with it - up to and including sharing it with others.
I'm currently struggling to figure out how I can load it onto my Blackberry Kobo app, but sadly I think that app is pretty well locked down. I have a PDF saved on my Dropbox (sorry, not in my public folder - I donated to the Wil Wheaton fund to get my copy of Hunter), so I think I can at least read the PDF on my phone.
I personally donated $1.00, based on this little bit from the page for Hunter:
If I sold it to a magazine, I'd probably get around $125 or so (assuming I could get the SFWA professional rate of five cents a word. I figure that at least 125 people will want to read this, so if all of them donated a dollar, I'd feel really good about this, and I'd be able to do it again in the future.Essentially, I've taken my fair share of free stuff from the web and I want to start giving something back. In this case, it's a small donation for a short story. I've since heard that people are donating $2.00 on average, but $1.00 is still a respectable contribution.
tl;dr - this is making me want to release my short story compilation as a pay-what-you-want thing. I was considering it anyway, but this has finalized that decision.