Francis Pauli has a new release this week, her holiday diesel punk, LORDS OF OAK AND HOLLY, is coming out on the 15th from Devine Destinies.
Pauline Baird Jones' new release, TANGLED IN TIME, is available from L&L Dreamspell Publishing in digital and available for pre-order in print.
The SFR Brigade will be participating in the SFR Holiday Blitz this year. The event begins Monday morning, December 20th and lasts until December 26th with free books to be awarded on December 27th. This is the 2nd annual event and it's bigger and better for 2010, with 15 participating blogs, and over 50 SFR books to be given away by at least 33 participating authors! Mark your calendar and stay tuned.
NEW COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER NEEDED!
December 27th, 2010 will be my last week of posting Hailing On All Frequencies! Due to time contraints, I'm signing off as chief collater and information gatherer for this weekly round-up.
If any Brigader would like to take over this commission (feel free to use the same format if you like) then please contact Laurie Green and she'll happily let you take your place on the bridge at the communications station.
Thank you to everyone who's sent in information and snippets - it's been a pleasure promoting SFR and our Brigaders!
Kylie Griffin - Comms Officer
Over at Kylie Griffin's blog this week...
9th Dec. - Who's That Girl? Interview with Jenn J.McLeod
12th Dec. - A Few Good Books - some recommended readings
13th Dec. - The 12 Days of Christmas - a light-hearted list of things to do before the big day
16th Dec. - Who's That Girl? Interview with Chris Taylor
On Dec. 18th, Verona St.James will be hosting SF author Vijaya Schartz on her blog as she talks about her two ongoing SFR series The Ancient Enemy and her upcoming release, The Chronicles of Kassouk.
Please welcome our newest member:
- Suzanne Hamilton
Samhain Publishing is seeking submissions for their November 2011 End of Days themed anthology. Stories can be of any genre or heat level, and submissions are open to M/F, M/M, or multiples thereof, but all submissions must feature either an apocalyptic or post-apocalyptic theme (or both) as integral to the story. Submissions should be 20,000 to 30,000 words in length. All stories must end with a happy ever after for the hero and heroine. For more details check out their Submissions page.
INFORMATION OF INTEREST
Dear Author has an interesting little discussion about the kinds of author promotions that work and don't work, and some readers weighed in on what works for them in the comment thread.
A very helpful post called Through the Plot Hole over at The Ruby Slippered Sisterhood focuses on techniques to help you fix holes in your plot. Worth a read!