News for April 30th, 2010

Aaron Marshall has been working on a website for his unpublished sci-fi epic, complete with sample chapter, character profiles, and more: http://www.tomesofatlantis.weebly.com/
You can also connect at his Facebook fan page here: http://bit.ly/b0g7q1

Nick Giannaras has started up a blog for his fantasy in progress, The Relics of Nanthara: http://nickgiannaras.wordpress.com/

Here's the first response I've seen for To Darkness Fled by Jill Williamson, reviewed by John Otte: http://leastread.blogspot.com/2010/04/to-darkness-fled.html

Krystine Kercher has begun to publish a serial story on her blog, involving an Area 51 alien with an unusual linguistic wavelength: P'olleeaster. The first episode is here: http://krystisbooks.blogspot.com/2010/04/story-of-polleeaster-part-1-of-5.html


News for April 28th, 2010

The CFBA tour is featuring The Sword by Bryan M. Litfin. Two of the reviews can be found at these links:
Review by Andrea Graham: http://askandrea.adamsweb.us/the-sword-by-bryan-m-litfin/
Review by Becky Miller: http://rebeccaluellamiller.wordpress.com/2010/04/21/cfba-tour-the-sword/
You can look up more linked reviewers at http://www.christianfictionblogalliance.com/.

Kat Heckenbach is in the papers again: check it out at http://brandonnews2.tbo.com/content/2010/apr/21/161420/valrico-mom-pens-inspiration---and-horror/.

Jill Williamson paid a visit to Peg Phifer's blog for Genre Month: http://goaheadandwearthepurple.blogspot.com/2010/04/genre-jill-williamson.html.

And Stuart Stockton has a Facebook fan page you need to be sure and join: http://bit.ly/bPRSDz.


News for April 26th, 2010

Here's another great interview with James Rubart, author of ROOMS - including his own secret writing room: http://noveljourney.blogspot.com/2010/04/author-interview-jim-rubart.html

Podcast with Marcher Lord Press authors Stuart Stockton and Kerry Nietz, and others: "All about sci-fi" at http://fictionaddict.com/2010/04/19/all-about-sci-fi/

The last three episodes of Jeremy Robinson's BENEATH in audio have been released! Now you can listen to the whole book. Get all the episodes here: http://www.jeremyrobinsononline.com/books/beneath-by-jeremy-robinson.html

Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee have announced their collaboration on a new trilogy called Forbidden, bigger even than the Circle Trilogy. Check out the details here: http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=386805549854

For writers: Max Lucado's thoughts on writing - http://www.maxlucado.com/articles/topical/the_write_stuff.