Originally Posted by Jesse412
At the Earth's Core
by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Recently reread what is probably my favorite Edgar Rice Burroughs story. This book features some of Burroughs' finest world building and wastes no time getting right into the action. After a brief prologue where the narrator reveals that this story was told to him by a man he encountered while on safari in Africa,
Updated Yesterday at 07:18 PM by Jesse412
Labor Day Weekend Giveaway!
I wanted to announce an upcoming Labor Day Weekend Giveaway of an eBook copy of my latest release,[book:Frontiers|22015435], a family-friendly, science-fiction thriller. Just click on the link below Saturday, August 30 - Monday, September 1.
Fair reviews are appreciated!
Book Trailer for Frontiers:
As the title says, I have literally no idea why I'm doing this, but here is a Google Docs link to a draft of a fantasy story I'm working on based on folklore about the character of Knecht Ruprecht.
For those who might be thinking "What the hell is she talking about?", Knecht Ruprecht is basically a Santa's helper/gift-giver. In some regions of Germany (although it's not clear exactly which regions, from what I've heard I'd have to say he's better known in the northern
His ship continued skimming the ocean no more than a hundred meters above its surface. He soon came across a number of large, circular, majestic cities, which sat atop platforms that rose from the oceanís floor every hundred kilometers or so, floating high above the ocean waves below, evidently drawing power from the tidal energy of the ocean churning beneath them. Large cities also dotted the many landmasses, though there remained a significant amount
Updated August 13th, 2014 at 01:26 AM by JWHorton
Hello everyone, my epic fantasy is now available to buy on Amazon! It is the first part to probably one of the most passionate, angelic stories ever made before. Think of Lord of the rings but with angels. It is very creative and imaginatively n treating. I hope you all enjoy. :-) http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00J...&robot_redir=1
It seems lately that my life trend features "rejection letters" quite a bit, specifically friends of mine are receiving damaging rejection letters, the type of which actually catalog why a potential writer should simply quit because they are "talent less." Personally, I would suspect that if I had a publishing house that was actually doing it's job and keeping busy, I would not have time to submit a written list of proof as to why an author is crummy. I'd be too busy looking
Well, I'm finally starting to revisit Burnout Blackout, my 2013 National Novel Writing Month effort, and part 1 over on wattpad is now cleaned up of the most obvious typographical errors from November last and is now posted.
Sadly, this is another form of procrastination, as I'm doing this instead of working on a non-fiction project, but it is writing, so....
It's getting closer to being worked on, I have a first reader and a topic, and proofing writing is a lot closer
Wow. I'm a published author now. My writing group decided to put a short story anthology together to celebrate our group turning 18. (everything's legal by that age, in Australia)
www.amazon.com/dp/B00K4CNFJW is the link. www.amazon.com.au/dp/B00K4CNFJW is the AU version, but I don't think many here will need that one.
Check it out. Not just because I'm in it. It's actually pretty darn good on its own merits. *handed a note* OOOH, I'm supposed to be *humble*.
I'm very excited to announce that FRONTIERS, a Christian Sci-Fi novel, is now available.
Here's a blurb about Frontiers, a link to find it on Amazon, and a link to the book trailer. I hope you'll give
FRONTIERS: BOOK TWO IN THE CYBERS@CE SERIES
*A Dream to Unite Humanity...*
Scientists discover the technology to successfully construct Earth's first interstellar spacecraft, code named Frontier. Hank Reynolds, a gifted and courageous test pilot for the United States Air Force, is assigned to test
pilot humanity's first interstellar spacecraft on a historic flight to Alpha Centauri. Under the command of the fledgling Earth Space Alliance the
NEW RELEASE ANNOUNCEMENT!
Just days left until the May 1st release of FRONTIERS: Book Two in the CYBERSP@CE Series!
To find out more visit www.hortonlibrary.com
To read CYBERSP@CE: Book One in the Cybersp@ce Series http://lnkd.in/dtfuHK9
FRONTIERS: Book Two in the CYBERSP@CE Series
Available May 1st, 2014
*A Dream to Unite Humanity...*
Scientists discover the technology
CYBERSP@CE: Book One
CYBERSP@CE is a fast-paced, sci-fi espionage story, with ingredients of international intrigue, artificial intelligence, action, suspense, and romance. Set mostly in the Nevada desert, Cybersp@ce includes cyber warfare between nation states, the fantastic virtual world of an alien computer, and the hunt for one of the world's greatest spies.
From inside their
Just up-dated my personal blog with all the exciting new of the recent few days.
This week's article on Black Gate explores 2 more episodes of Firefly. We're in the home stretch now.
Recently I've been on a roll listening to the Original concept album of Evita-- in particular the Lament, the last song in the musical which was cut down.
"The choice was mine and mine completely,
I could have any prize that I desired,
I could burn with the splendour of the brightest fire
Or else, or else I could choose time."
I think the song is incredible; in particular the lyrics. I could burn with the splendour of the brightest fire
Updated August 26th, 2014 at 11:46 PM by Arwen Evenstar