Vision: A Resource for Writers
Holly Lisle's Vision
Good News from Forward Motion
Holly's latest book is just hitting the stands! If you can't find it order it from your local book stores! (This is better for authors than ordering on-line -- it keeps their numbers up where they count!)
Look for it in bookstores now!
Holly Lisle's acclaimed trilogy THE SECRET TEXTS is the epic adventure of heroes
battling a resurrected evil that had nearly destroyed the world a millennium
before. Now Holly Lisle take readers back to the days of that ancient apocalypse
-- and to the decadent heart of a fantastic, doomed empire . . .
Glory of the Dragons
on a science of sorcery called Dragon magic, the Hars Ticlarim is a miraculous
place of mansions built on clouds and gardens blooming diamonds beneath canopies
of captive stars. But this incomparable beauty hides a dark core: Dragon magic
draws its power from the agony of slaves who are killed for sorcerous fuel. And
for three thousand years, no one has dared question the empire's inhuman cruelty
. . . until now.
Lisle's current books -- on the stands now!
Moderator S. L. Viehl has two new Releases:
And has sold:
Robert A. Sloan's story "Midnight Confession" appeared in SIGIL anthology, which is available now.
Julia Pass recently sold a short story, "Stalk," to Brian Knight's Dark Offspring anthology, which may be available in August.
Fred Phillips' story "Domestic Dispute" has been accepted by Winter Raven magazine.
Caroline has sold her story, Freedom is a Dragon's Egg, appearing now in the final Dragonlaugh edition, April 2002 issue.
And member Heidi announced the sale of a children's illustrated book to Illumination Arts, to be released in Spring, 2003. At the moment untitled the story is about:
Assistant Site Host Lazette Gifford has several new pieces available through ezines and epublishers:
Last Days of Faneh-Thenyal
Bittersweet and poignant, Lazette Gifford's novelette "The Last Days of Faneh-Thenyal" is a highly original take on the last days of a fading empire, and the courage of one man who dares to see and act beyond the ordinary repercussions of conquest.--Vera Nazarian, author of DREAMS OF THE COMPASS ROSE