News for August 13th 2010

This week's serials at Laser & Sword:
Commander Justice rejoins the rest of the Guild of Heroes, and the Sword gives everyone a good talking to: http://lasersword.adamsweb.us/the-double-cross-part-nineteen-2/ (The Double Cross, Part Nineteen)
The Emerald Avenger hooks Night Lord and reels him in. (http://lasersword.adamsweb.us/origin-of-the-emerald-avenger-part-seventeen/) Origin of the Emerald Avenger, Part Seventeen
Snyder and Sgt. Kendall prepare for action. (http://lasersword.adamsweb.us/countdown-part-six/) Countdown, Part Six

Here's a new page for Karina Fabian's upcoming book: Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator!

Interview with Kristina Schram, author of the Chronicles of Anaedor:


News for August 11th 2010

Kristina Schram says: I am starting a viral video campaign for the release of my book, The Chronicles of Anaedor:  The Prophecies, coming to bookstores everywhere and available on-line, August 10, 2010!
Here's the video - YouTube:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hKMYB_RSOw
or... My website:  http://www.kristinaschram.com/

New at Mindflights: "The Captain and His Squire" by Matthew Wuertz - Cole of Arkessler enters Kartev to study the life of Captain Borodin. Unfortunately for the scholar, he arrives just before the town comes under attack.

Jeremy Robinson unveils a plan to release his novel Beneath in hardcover: http://bit.ly/9vUqmV

Check out the latest articles by Janalyn Voigt at http://janalynvoigt.com/ - Don't let your blog, or the Internet, or your career eat you alive!


News for August 9th 2010

A new issue of Residential Aliens magazine is online now, with more great speculative stories.
Check it out: http://www.resaliens.com/2010/08/issue-4-8-august-2010/

Also don't miss the August issue of Digital Dragon Magazine:

Jeremy Robinson reveals all - what he sacrificed to take the path of a writer:
Jeremy's also given another fascinating interview on his path to success: http://bit.ly/9DO56L
And here's a new review of his book Kronos: http://bit.ly/br8Tsd

Fred Warren says: My short story, "Rubes," is online now at Reflection's Edge.
Everybody loves the circus, but McMurphy's Fantasmagorical Wonder Show has seen better days. Their train's broken down in a desolate stretch of Kansas prairie, they're not going to make their next show, and they're out of money. The fortunes of this second-rate traveling carnival are about to change. Things certainly couldn't get any worse, could they?