News for July 16th 2010

Interview with A.P. Fuchs at the Black Glove: Horror Culture and Entertainment Magazine - http://bit.ly/9lb0TN


A new short story from Kat Heckenbach in the horror genre:  http://flashesinthedark.com/2010/07/12/frog-face-by-kat-heckenbach/

Interview with Terri Main at One Writer's Journey: http://pennylockwoodehrenkranz.blogspot.com/2010/07/interview-with-author-terri-main.html

New at Mindflights - Holy Cats by Kersley Fitzgerald: http://www.mindflights.com/item.php?sub_id=6553


News for July 14th 2010

Chris Solaas says: Check out a short prequel excerpt to my Lynvia series posted online today at
If you like dragons, magic, and teen fiction.
Sherry Thompson has been interviewed at Broad Universe and you can check that out here:

Karina Fabian says: The Catholic Writers Conference Live is Aug 4-6 at King of Prussia, PA. Get more info or register at www.catholicwritersconference.com. Regardless of what genre or type of writing you do, if you are Catholic, this is THE conference to attend. Lots of great information and some terrific opportunities to meet publishers and editors. I'm trying to spread the word, and am having a drawing for any of my books if you'll help let folks know. Each time you post about it is another chance to win. Check out the rules at http://fabianspace.blogspot.com/2010/07/advertise-catholic-writers-conference.html

Ellen Maze has started a new FB group for fans of Supernatural Fiction (a.k.a. Christian Horror/Paranormal Fiction). The new group is at this link: http://www.facebook.com/#!/group.php?gid=114671505247677&ref=ts


News for July 12th 2010

Karina Fabian says: The July 2010 issue of A Dragon's Eye View is up. This month, learn why Vern keeps dogs, get the scoop on Karina's publishing efforts, and find out about Faerie pixies. Go to http://dragoneyepi.net/index.php?name=Downloads&file=details&id=11 to download.

Brandon Barr and Mike Lynch have been selling books at the Spirit West Coast festival. Check out a report on all that here: http://christiansciencefiction.blogspot.com/2010/07/back-from-spirit-west-coast.html

Johne Cook has posted at AuthorCulture about the distinctiveness of writing voices. What if C.S. Lewis had written Lord of the Rings? http://authorculture.blogspot.com/2010/07/what-makes-ones-voice-distinct-with.html

Eric Wilson has reposted his letter to critics of his vampire trilogy Jerusalem's Undead, outlining how that storyline is compatible with his faith: http://jerusalemsundead.com/html/a_letter_to_critics.html