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Good News From Forward Motion
Latest publishing news from our members.
Holly's latest book, Gods Old and Dark, is in the bookstores! 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!)
Holly Lisle's Talyn and Romantic Fantasy #2
have sold to Tor!
S.L. Viehl (A.K.A. Gena Hale, Jessica Hall, Rebecca Kelly) has several sales to announce (and all of them were made within about one week-- wow!):
Sold to Guideposts Book and Media Division, untitled book #5 in the Grace Chapel Inn series.
Sold to Science Fiction Book Club, rights
to Bio Rescue as a featured alternate selection. Release date pending but
probably in the early fall.
Sold: the first three books of my new vampire series to NAL. The first book will hit the shelves in June 2005, with follow-ups every six months thereafter.
We're working on creating a new pseudonym for the series. Yeah, another one. At this point I have more aliases that the average serial killer....
Sold: Four devotionals to Guideposts Book & Media, to be published in Daily Guideposts (these are annual, beautiful hardcover editions), with the theme of "Rejoicing in Hope."
Sold: StarDoc book six and book seven, to
Ace Science Fiction. Details forthcoming. Option for my next SF standalone in
The rest of Sheila's 2004 releases are:
Wen Spencer -- SF Romance Online voted TINKER (hardcover from Baen) the 2003 Sapphire Award.
Justin Stanchfield placed a story with Albedo One, a really nifty Irish SF magazine.
Be sure to check out hardbound book The Burning Land by Victoria Strauss!
Gisele. L. Sold A poem titled Spider's New Home to the May/June 2005 issue of Wee Ones online magazine!
Violet announced the sale of her short story Spider Queen which should appear on www.gothicrevue.com in May.
Lazette Gifford's If You Dream of Forests
Green will appear in the summer issue at Fables.org. She will also be in Fable's
'Best of' print anthology (coming out sometime later this year) with Would That
In 2039 Los Angeles, half ruined by devastating quakes, is in the hands of three policing forces -- the National Feds, the State Militia and the city's own Local force, all of them squabbling over jurisdiction. Religious intolerance grows under the watchful eye of the CCP, and survival is a precarious game of chance and cunning.
And in this maelstrom of disaster, two Local detectives working on their first case together, try to find a drug dealer with a secret he's willing to sell -- if he lives long enough.
Unfortunately, Elias Singer is about to learn that his new partner has a dangerous secret all his own...
powerful mages cursed all magical beings to walk the land only in the dead of
the night. The people of Dodano hide behind their shuttered windows and locked
doors, never looking upon the creatures in the moon light. Gradually growing to
despise all magic, they have even turned against the mages and outlawed their