Currently reading Peter Hamilton's Great North Road. 100 pages down, but about a thousand to go. Going to be a while....
This should be the link:
It will be podcast later this month and I think I'll leave it to the editor "Nuke" to do the narration. He's a lot better at it than me.
My fiancee and I had to have a meeting with the church minister,as my fiancee has been previously married.
The minister needed to find out about his previous marriage to find out if we could get married in a church.
That particular church is important to me personally.
Not only has my brother been married there.
My parents were married in that church.
Up to my great grand parents.
To me getting married there would mean I am keeping with that tradition .
Here is the link to the trailer for THE WAY OF NACOR: TALES OF EDEN, a YA novel with elements of Sci-Fi, fantasy, and suspense.
Updated July 27th, 2012 at 11:27 AM by JWHorton
I'm interviewed this month in SFX Magazine. Check out Rob Sanders Speculative Fiction here for more details.
I have read the Titans of Twilight trilogy. I read The Ogre's Pact, The Giant Among US, and The Titan of Twilight. I also read The Return of the Archwizards trilogy. I read The Summoning, The Seige, and The Sorcerer. I also read the first three of the Dark Sun Prism pentad. I read The Verdant Passage, The Crimson Legion, and The Amber Enchantress. I have yet to get The Obsidian Oracle or The Cerulean Storm.
Hi everyone. My favorite authors are Bentley Little and Troy Denning.
So I went to just look at bridal dresses yesterday.
So many to choose from.
The one I chose to try on brought me to tears.
I looked at myself for the first time as a bride.
I could see a glimpse of my wedding day.
There was my mother in tears as she saw her baby standing in front of her now a woman dressed as a bride.
We both embraced each other with tears of joy.
The staff were wonderful, friendly and kind.
After one congratulated
It's time for my Nexus 6...
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By Paul Cole of the Beam Me Up Podcast site:
Updated July 19th, 2012 at 05:14 AM by David Scholes
Follow the link below to see the promo trailer for Jeff. W. Horton's 2012 novel, CYBERSP@CE.
For more information click on the link below:
Updated August 3rd, 2012 at 01:12 PM by JWHorton
(Updated the trailer and uploaded the newer version.)
Here's a great review of THE DARK AGE:SURVIVORS OF THE PULSE
An EMP pulse has plunged earth’s civilizations into a dark age. For 500 years the Effect has lingered in the sky. But now a new age is dawning, either to terror or to hope.
Jeff W. Horton imagines a fascinating post-apocalyptic future history in The Dark Age, Survivors of the Pulse. Some of the premises may seem a little odd but they fit the form of the novel perfectly, rather like rules to an adventure board
When I teach the novel, Ceremony, by Leslie Marmon Silko, I usually teach about the Mother Goddess and the Hero’s Journey. Actually, it just gives me an excuse to talk about mythology, something I could do all day. Going over this, though, shows my students that every single heroic story follows the same skeletal structure (I could go on about the Hero’s Journey in more detail, but that would take up way too much room). The basics, though, involve the journey of the hero on his or her road of trials
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Originally Posted by FantasyFreak40
As an avid fantasy reader, I often find that most novellas involve a lot of rambliong, and very little story. However, I recently ran across one which is just the opposite. while spending a few minutes searching through Amazon's Indie kindle ebooks. I found a book marked for sale at the price of $3.99, and the page count was just over 40. this did not seem right, so I checked out the short blurb. Well then, it sounded very different than most fantasy shorts, so I spent the
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