NewsFlash – Vol. 4 #34
Congratulations to Rob Smales and all of the contributors to the anthology, “The Ghost IS the Machine.” They have won the Preditors&Editors 2012 Readers Poll for the Anthologies.
Tony Noland has a guest post at Today’s Author discussing being funny – the difficult task of writing, and editing humor.
John Wiswell has a new podcast over at Consumed Podcast, along with Nathanael Sylva, and Max Cantor, covering Scott Lynch’s Lies of Locke Lamora, Jo Walton’s Among Others, and Shirley Jackson’s classic The Haunting of Hill House.
Congratulations to G. P. Ching on selling over 100,000 copies of her self-published The Soul Keepers Series, and this week she will be revealing the cover of the 4th book in the series, Soul Catcher.
Emma Newman has finished recording the audio book of her new novel, “Between Two Thorns,” which will be available for purchase at the end of February.
E. L. Napier has her first novel, “Promises Kept,” published and available now in the Kindle Store.
Places are still available in Calum Kerr’s online courses, Flash-Fiction and Editing & Rewriting. Hurry up, they both start on January 29.
Congratulations to everyone!
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