New on the Shelves
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.
Yard Dog Press!
has also had three titles accepted by OneMoreWord -- A reprint of Silky,
Lord of the Land (sequel of Silky), and News from the Front.
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
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 need it.
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.
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.
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
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.
Girls Can Fix Anything
lesbian romance novel was released in January 2007 by Regal Crest
Enterprises, Inc. (ISBN: 978-1-932300-74-1). It is available in lesbian
romance venues and online on Amazon and
Star Crossed Productions. About the author:
debut novel (originally completed for the National Novel Writing Month)
was released in January 2007 by Regal Crest Enterprises, Inc. (ISBN:
978-1-932300-73-4). It is available in lesbian romance venues and online
on Amazon and
Star Crossed Productions.
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:
Jack Scoltock (Site Member Jakers)'s new e-book, Golden Weddin' and
the B.V.M., is available from Virtual Tales
An excerpt from one of his historical writings also appears in
Literature Reading with Purpose Course 2, a learning resource
for New York students published by McGraw/Hill.
Chris Ward (Site Member headofwords) has
published a short story, The Book of Dreams, at
and Fantasy Magazine. You can read the story
Kristen Howe (Site Member angelscribe)
The Final End Results: An Overview of the "Upfronts"--An
In-depth Overlook View of How the Networks Did at the "Upfronts"
is available from Associated Content
Golden Orb will appear in the spring or summer
issue of Illogical Muse.
Eventide Inferno and Cold Case
appear in the
November issue of Long Story Short.
Christmas (an acrostic poem) has been accepted
by Long Story Short for the Christmas poetry page.
The Reward for Being Published and Accepted has
been accepted by Long Story Short.
Safe Return will appear on the Real Eight
Poetry Ezine in January.
Elizabeth Morey (Site Member NightPoet00)'s
poem, lady bug, is available
here from Haruah: Breath of Heaven.