Exciting Online Happenings

Yellow30 Sci Fi has posted its review of A Lever Long Enough by Amy Deardon:
"Amy Deardon has written a truly fantastic debut novel. It is a fast paced, well written and throughly engaging tale. Deardon has paid attention to detail and history, weaving a high energy thriller from the very first page."

Read the whole review at http://yellow30scifithereview.blogspot.com/2009/03/lever-long-enough.html

Deb Kinnard's Angel With A Ray Gun is re-releasing as an e-book - and you can enter to win it! Details at http://justtellthestory.blogspot.com/2009/03/free-books.html

Karyn Knight is starting up an episodic sci-fi series called Nighthawk, due to begin in April. In the meantime, read all about this exciting new Christian space opera here: http://www.nighthawkseries.com.

Karina Fabian says:
I'm the guest at the Writers Chat Room Sunday 7-9 EDT at http://www.writerschatroom.com/Enter.htm. I'll be talking about Magic, Mensa and Mayhem, and Vern the dragon detective will drop by for awhile as well. Hope you can make it!

New poetry at Mindflights Magazine: Knight on the Old North Shore by Mary R. Hawkins ~ She has only been dreaming...hasn't she?

And finally, for a bit of fun, check out The Hero Factory, where you can enter a virtual process to be transformed into a superhero. http://www.cpbintegrated.com/theherofactory.


LGG Member News

Check out this new review of Seabird by Sherry Thompson, posted by Phyllis Wheeler: "I really enjoyed this book. Sherry Thompson excels at character development. She gets inside Cara’s self-centered head very well, and also shows her gradual turnaround."

Rick Copple
I wanted to sell not only my ebook downloads, but also my on-hand
physical copies of my books. So, I went ahead and installed a shopping
cart and made it official and all.

Check out my store at: http://www.rlcopple.com/store/

If you have an IPhone or IPod Touch, you can download the ebooks
right to your device on either EReader or Stanza by going to the site
within those programs.

And the good news is, now on sale in PDF, EPUB, or PDB format, is my new
book Transforming Realities.

Mike Lynch says:
An interview Brandon and I did in Novel Journey for our upcoming book just came out today. Not only did we get to talk about the novel, but we also had a chance to discuss the importance of the Lost Genre Guild, and the role Christian speculative fiction plays in society. Check it out.



Midnight Diner and Narnia in Ireland

Coach Culbertson announces:
The 2nd Diner is officially to print! If you've pre-ordered one, it'll show up at your door in about 3 weeks. Should be showing up on Amazon in about two weeks or so. Vampires, demons, ghosties, bad guys and good guys, the whole gamut. Pre-sales are good up until the 28th. Just remember, the Diner is mature audiences only.

But if you can't wait and need some instant gratification, I've opened up an eBook edition of the 2nd Diner over at the http://www.themidnightdiner.com . Only ten bucks.

And, if you're in the area, there's a storytelling event in Second Life's virtual West of Ireland at http://slurl.com/secondlife/West+of+Ireland/128/128/0 - today at 7pm PST, storyteller Caledonia Skytower reads part two of C.S. Lewis' The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. When you get there just ask for the Library. Sounds like fun!