Forward Motion for Writers has many
published authors as members. Here are just a few of the currently
available materials that they have had published!
Farstep Station sits on
the distant edge of human expansion into space. Although meant to be
the stepping stone to further exploration, the station remained
understaffed and nearly abandoned for the duration of a long war
between the rebels and the fledgling Inner Worlds Council.
From Yard Dog
two of the Two-Year Novel Course is now available
Lazette's Poem, Dirge for a Forgotten Outpost, is
currently available at
In a world where technology is magic, and war is the
only way of life, Talyn is a soldier, one of thousands trained from
childhood to protect her country from the monarchist Eastil. Soon,
Talyn's honor will be challenged.
WORLDBUILDING COURSE, BOOK II
Non-technical and easy to use, Holly's method will
give you a usable beginning culture in about five hours, which you can
expand as you work on the book, building only what you need and when you
Buy it here
Tamara Siler Jones
Valley of the Soul
Detective Dubric Byerly returns in the third and
final installment of this medieval fantasy-meets-thrilling mystery,
genre-bending series from the author of "Ghosts in the Snow" and
"Threads of Malice."
In this follow-up to "Urban
Shaman," Joanne Walker hasn't learned much about her shamanic abilities.
But when she accidentally unleashes demons on Seattle, Joanne realizes
she should have learned more about controlling her powers.
Wolf Who Rules
The popular novel "Tinker"
introduced the inventor-heroine of the same name, who lives in a
near-future Pittsburgh, which shares an interdimensional border with the
land of the elves. In this sequel, the elven noble whose destiny is
intertwined with Tinker, finds himself besieged from all sides.
Homicide detective Samantha Brown is a tough, highly
decorated cop. But twelve lonely years after she nearly died of a
gunshot wound, she aches with a deep inner longing. In pursuit of a
deranged killer, her only clue is a medieval cross inscribed "Lucan"-the
name of the owner of a new nightclub near the murder scene. Drawn into a
seamy underworld, Samantha falls for Lucan-who believes he's a vampire
and Samantha is his reincarnated first love.
(Site Member HollyRoller)
Butch Girls Can Fix Anything
This lesbian romance novel will be released in January 2007 by Regal Crest Enterprises, Inc. (ISBN: 978-1-932300-74-1). It will be available in lesbian romance venues and online on Amazon and Star Crossed Productions. About the author: Paula Offutt.
(Site Member sbarret)
Sandra's debut novel (originally completed for the National Novel Writing Month) will be released in January 2007 by Regal Crest Enterprises, Inc. (ISBN: 978-1-932300-73-4). It will be available in lesbian romance venues and online on Amazon and Star Crossed Productions.
Face of the Enemy
This lesbian science fiction novel has also been accepted by Regal Crest Enterprises, Inc. and is due to be released in November 2007.
Details of her works are here: Sandra Barret.
Harvey Roberts (Site Member Harvey Roberts) debuts in the Science Fiction Trails anthology from Pirate Dog Press with The Gate to Hell then follows up his entrance with another short story The Great Illdefar that will appear in the August-October 2007 issue of Sorcerous Signals.
Richard S. Crawford (Site Member rscrawford) has a short story, A Most Heinous Man, appearing in Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine.
Kristen Howe (Site Member angelscribe) has continued to find homes for her poetry:
Two poems, Night-time Blaze and English Daisy, appear in the spring issue of Blazevox
The poem Don't Bother appears in the spring issue of Stellar Showcase Journal
An acrostic poem Horn will appear in the May/June issue of Current Accounts
The poem Solar Morn is now out in the Oak
The Storyteller has accepted her poem First Crush for the June/July/September issue.
Jacob Malewitz (Site Member jfmalewitz) has a number of news articles and reviews available on Associated Content. To read his works, go here: Jacob Malewitz
Cheryl Mills (Site Member cherylmills) sold her short story Petrifaction to The Late Late Show where it will be the featured podcast on June 2, 2007.
Emily Jo Scalzo (Site Member rosethorne) received first place in Purdue University's annual literary award contest for her short story Whirlwind.
P.L. Logan (Site Member colorbird)'s 55-word story, One Small Change, now appears on 55 Fiction.
Andrea Blythe (Site Member blythe025) has sold her poem Wings to Strange Horizons.