The Venom of Vipers received its twelfth 5-star review at Amazon today from blogger Jaidis Shaw at Juniper Grove.
"The only other thing that I can really say about The Venom of Vipers without giving too much away is to do yourself a favor and get your own copy to read today. Seriously! You won’t be sorry!"
Late getting this list up this month. Sorry, folks.
Disclaimer: This is a cherry-picked list, there's what looks like a New Zealand only anthology in the mix this month. There are also other horror / sci-fi and such that aren't on this list.
Beta City Anthology..... The invasion of Beta City...... 3/15/2011
Honest Lie, An..... Justifiable Hypocrisy..... 3/15/2011
Made You Flinch--Again! Anthology..... Stories To Unnerve, Disturb,
Updated March 9th, 2011 at 09:15 PM by expatrie
(tried to make it easier to read.....)
I just received word that SHADOW'S SON is a finalist for the 2011 Compton Crook Award, given out at Balticon each year.
are there any good books advicing people on how to deal with bad credit? I've seen many US versions on Amazon but the thing is finance varies from country to country so a US book might not be as helpful here.
I also know there are sites like [url]http://www.breadmarket.co.uk[/url] which is pretty comprehensive on bad credit history but information on a website isn't as trustworthy as in a book!
Updated March 8th, 2011 at 01:48 PM by melfunk
Not a good month. If you're following my blog closely you know why--I started about a dozen books and progress is proportionally slowed.
I did finish Sanctuary - William Faulkner. On the last day of the month.
I posted some comments over on goodreads, I might post a link when there's time or I'll paste the review if there's more time.
There's another book, too. What was it?
Got a submission
Updated May 31st, 2011 at 07:59 PM by expatrie
(Add Forest Gate. Add category.)
The new edition of my science fiction newspaper is now online; I uploaded it yesterday but I have been a bit busy so only broadcasting it today; please visit:
and select the March section.
I'm not sure about doing another monthly edition as yet, as I'm currently developing a few other ideas to do with the whole project. One is connected to the racing section, where one of the Formula X
Finally... I've figured out the formatting and my novel Quest of the Demon is available on Smashwords in all formats.
For two days I've got a coupon running for all the members of SFF World.
My latest post, about the publication process, is up on Tor.com.
Posted my first story on here today, first time I've been out in public with my work! :)
It's great to read so many good stories on here, but it just makes me realise how much I still have to learn!
Hopefully I'll get chance to read more and maybe even post another story up soon!
The link to the 3rd Alien Hunter story is: [url]http://www.goldenvisionsmagazine.biz/AlienHunter.html[/url]
The same as for the previous stories - they just add each new story at the bottom.
On the podcast - I'm getting another flash fiction story published on the Antipodean SF site in July. Thing is from now on they say they are also going to podcast these stories.
They are giving authors the option of narrating the stories themselves or having them
I added several paragraphs to my post "Put your money where your mouth is"
My blog title is a bit sensationalist, I know, but still -- I feel sad explaining to my kids what the space shuttle "was." (I'm inspired to write this based on the last launch of Discovery, of course.) For all of its problems I think that an ambitious space program was one of the better things the U.S. government has come up with, to do with itself.
That's right, kids (I tell them), the shuttles were cool, and we were going to replace them with something better . . .
The sale is over.
Updated April 10th, 2011 at 09:16 PM by kcmay
Found out this morning that Nicholas Courtney, the Brigadier in the original Doctor Who series, died yesterday.
Was an icon of Hobbit's youth. Met him and Tom Baker at a signing a few years ago. Both were lovely.
Don't think I can say it any better than Tom Baker himself: http://www.tom-baker.co.uk/pages/con...asp?PageID=159
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