News for August 6th 2010

Updates from the Laser & Sword serials will now be coming to you regularly here on the LGG blog!
Here's what we had this week:
http://lasersword.adamsweb.us/the-double-cross-part-eighteen/ With Commander Justice disappearing once again, Captain Justice and Commander Justice, Jr. are left to face down the fearsome Human Muscle. (Double Cross, Part Eighteen)
http://lasersword.adamsweb.us/origin-of-the-emerald-avenger-part-sixteen/ :The Emerald Avenger closes in on Night Lord. (Origin of the Emerald Avenger, Part Sixteen.)
http://lasersword.adamsweb.us/countdown-part-five/ Snyder has decoded the Orez game, but how will he get out of the stockade to stop the plot? (Countdown, Part Five.)

R.L. Copple explains for us some of the background of his novels and why there is Hebrew lettering on the cover of Infinite Realities:

Tosca Lee's book Havah: The Story of Eve is now available for free download at B&N, for the next two weeks only. More details here:
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=fl_86265014251#!/event.php?eid=148908605123440And while we're at it here's an interview with Tosca, and four copies of her books to be given away:

Becky Minor offers an excerpt from her story The Sword of the Patron:


News for August 4th 2010

Guild member A.M. Roelke celebrates her first ever author interview! And the post includes a great excerpt from her upcoming debut release, The Space Station Murders:

TitleTrakk.com offers further comment on the recent announcement that Kathy Tyers has signed with Marcher Lord Press:

Voting has opened on the 2010 Clive Staples Award! You must have read two of the books to participate. Go here to place your vote:

Brandon Barr has a bunch of news about American Midnight, co-authored with Mike Lynch: a number of interviews and reviews have appeared lately. All the links are at


News for August 2nd 2010

The new month brings a timely reminder: are you signed up for the Marcher Lord Press and Where The Map Ends newsletters? Click through those links to register.

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All these newsletters keep you up to date on new releases and also often give you the chance to win books or take advantage of special offers or even sneak previews.

Noah Arsenault has interviewed Kerry Nietz, here:

Rick Copple has reviewed The Duke's Handmaid by Caprice Hokstad:

And C.S. Lakin writes about how she got started writing fairy tales: