« Qu’est ce que tu veux dire un individu l’a ? Cette boucle d’oreille est plus nécessaire pour nous que vous, vous êtes remplaçable mais ce bijou est sans prix ! Dit-moi comment c’est possible pour un citoyen de ramasser la technologie expérimentale de CIA ? Hey dit-moi sa ! »
Rose jette un coup d’œil à Alex mais c’est évident qu’il ne veut pas répondre à cette question non plus. Avec chaque second qui passe les mains de Rose
Here's a preview of the cover to Jasper Kent's sequel to Twelve, Thirteen Years Later.
Similar - yet different.
Due March 2010.
"Since lymphedema is disfiguring, causes difficulties in daily living and can lead to lifestyle becoming severely limited, it may also result in psychological distress."
So say the doctors. For me the only pain so far in living with it for 5 years is that, I am prone to infections that others shake off, I can't sit at any one time for very long, and my lower half is rounder than it should be! LOL
But due to the normal progress of my illness the time has come
For information on "Mercenaries" (my fantasy-adventure series), and my other books, kindly go to http://www.blibby.com
Updated November 9th, 2009 at 11:13 PM by Vomaxx
September 2010 - First line: It wasn't as if anyone got hurt.
Apologia By Steve Jones (MrBF1V3) (must be logged in to view)
August 2010 - Theme: Deception
Magia Nostra By Richard Dickson (DailyRich) (must be logged in to view)
July/August Short Story 2010 - Theme: Apprenticeship, Alternate-World Fantasy, Young Adult Audience
Deep Down By Richard Dickson
Updated September 30th, 2010 at 10:19 PM by N. E. White
I posted about my experience at this year's World Fantasy Con in the forums, but thought I'd take a few moments to reflect on what the con meant to me after a few days of reflection.
That's the main thing I took away from it. I mean, part of you (usually) feels that your product is worthy to be "out there," but another voice is always whispering in my ear. "Hey, there's (insert name of world-famous author)! How are you are ever going to measure
Hello to everyone and welcome to this, my first blog on SFFWorld.com.
My name is Jon Sprunk and I live in central PA. I am married (7 years this February) and we have a son.
I have been writing for quite some time, but it wasn't until college (eons ago) that I began to believe that I could do this as a career. Fast-forward to 2009 and, after several crash-and-burns, my debut fantasy novel goes on sale next summer.
Its been a long road, and now I feel
Updated November 6th, 2009 at 12:56 PM by Jon Sprunk
Being a recent arrival at sffworld it seemed a good idea to say hello and to dust off a chair and whatnot. There must be coffee!
So, introductions. Copper Age is actually two people, sharing the things we do collaberatively. (The two people in question are Bryn Colvin and Tom Brown and we do things seperately other places as well.)
Thus far there's a story added - written together through the medium of skype, with much cutting and pasting and being startled by each
You've probably heard it said that the fourth dimension is time. This idea is especially popular with SF authors when writing time travel stories. But what does this mean? And what are the implications?
Forgetting about time for a while, in ordinary life we deal with three dimensions: left-right, forward-back and up-down. What this means is that every material object and every location in the universe can be described mathematically using only three numbers. When we measure a material
Want to know what I think about a book? Head over to my blog at -
I recently had an interesting lesson on how much description is enough.
My writing group reviewed the first chapter of my novel. One of the reviewers suggested that I start with the dialog I had, skipping all the description I had written to set the scene.
I then posted the chapter in several places on the web and got the same reaction. Given this, I decided there was something to these comments so I revised the first three paragraphs and reposted the chapter.
Updated January 3rd, 2011 at 04:37 PM by feitelberg
Still awaiting news on the below.
Horror Library Vol 4 cutting block press - Death won't be cheated.
Murky Depths - Jac
Clockworkphoenix - Full Circle.
I think the world does not want me to write. The last few weeks, things seem to have stopped me nailing my bum to the seat, and actually writing more than half a dozen words at a time.
I hope this weekend to change this.
Three story ideas/novels are demanding
Attempting to clear my mind on the day before Halloween, so here goes with a short lark. I'm writing this on the fly, so please bear with me, and I'd love for any and all to comment. This uses my Advance Guard characters, and takes place after the book. Enjoy!
The Witching Hour
Darkness, the normal terrain of a basement, cracked as the light switched on in the barracks room. The hand on the switch, coated in orange fur, preceded the entry of its owner, Kitty Lazarus.
Updated October 30th, 2009 at 12:59 PM by Desert Coyote
that you should call me
“hey you unknown”
when not long ago
everything about you had my name written all over
and just the mention of my name
excited your heart and soul
How you look the other way
when we cross paths
it seems you’ve forgotten
how my smile made you sparkle
how you used to look forward
to be with me
If your #### causes you to sin, bite it off
In my profession as one can never have too many friends infact if it were practical and possible I would have a friend every a hundred kilometer from Nairobi to Cape Town, because while driving on these roads you never know when you will need a friend. About three years back, I had an accident just outside Francistown in Botswana. My overland truck was mangled so badly that passersby thought it had any survivors. Actually I was alone and