"Dragon Apocalypse" and Review: "Bitterwood" by James Maxey

Michelle reviews the Bitterwood quartet by James Maxey and highlights his newly completed series, Dragon Apocalypse, on her blog.

 

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“Dragon Apocalypse” and Review: “Bitterwood” by James Maxey

Permission to Quit

 

 

On her writer’s blog, Starla Huchton talks about writers’ tendencies to work themselves to death in the competitive world of indie publishing, and how sometimes you need to take a breather:

“Write at your own pace. If you can manage 100 words a day, great! If you can do 5,000 words every three days, fantastic! But be willing to forgive yourself for days you don’t write. Other things are important, too, or maybe you just don’t feel like it. That’s okay. If you find you’re hating the act of writing, don’t write anymore. Take. A. Break.”

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Permission to Quit

Publishing Industry News

Rebekkah Niles’ publishing news covering 9/5-9/23/2016 talks about Google Play Books, Publishers Weekly, QueryTracker and more.

 

 

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Publishing Industry News

The Worlds of Abigail Hilton – Episode 157 – Patreon RSS!

Patreon has an audio RSS feed so that patreon members can now listen to the feed in their podcatchers. Hilton’s feed will include weekly updates, short stories, and podcasted novels. Check out her patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/abigailhilton

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Upcoming Attractions – Episode 157

Review: Humanity 2.0 edited by Alex Shvartsman

Humanity 2.0

Michelle Ristuccia reviews “Humanity 2.0” edited by Alex Shvartsman:

“…Shvartsman’s anthology is a great mix of positive SF and those of a heavy-hearted nature…”

The review mentions several of the stories which gives you a good feel for the anthology.

 

Pre-order Humanity 2.0 at [ Amazon ] to get your copy delivered Nov. 24th.

 
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Review: Humanity 2.0 edited by Alex Shvartsman

Kendra Fortmeyer’s Debut Novel Forthcoming from Little, Brown

Wonderful news from our own Kendra Fortmeyer. She credits the Clarion SFF workshop for her upcoming 2017 publication with Little, Brown, “Hole in the Middle.” A short pitch of the book can be found here.

 

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Debut Novel Forthcoming from Little, Brown

Guest Post: KT Bryski – Jazzing Up Fairy Tales

KT Bryski appears on Starla Huchton’s blog with guest post, “Jazzing up Fairy Tales.”

KT Bryski is a Canadian author and podcaster. She has short fiction in Daily Science Fiction, and stories forthcoming from Strange Horizons and Apex.  Her audio dramas “Six Stories, Told at Night” and “Coxwood History Fun Park” are available wherever fine podcasts are found, and she is currently at work on her next novel. KT is a graduate of the Stonecoast MFA in Creative Writing. As you may have guessed, she also has a mild caffeine addiction. Visit her at www.ktbryski.com.

 

Six Stories, Told at Night (Click me!)

Six Stories, Told at Night

 

 

 

 

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Guest Post: KT Bryski – Jazzing Up Fairy Tales