• Where I’m Coming From 3: Son of The Wherening

    Posted Wed at 5:48 PM by Ira Nayman

    A couple of years ago, I read a column (I believe in Salon, but I haven’t been able to find it since) about the success of Hugh Howey’s Wool, which was a self-published Internet sensation before it was taken up by a traditional publisher. The article looked at all of the traditional ways...

  • Interview

    Posted Tue at 2:04 PM by Andrew Madigan

    http://2paragraphs.com/2014/12/is-it-okay-to-impersonate-an-80-year-old-emirati-woman/   Here's a brief interview wit me at 2paragraphs, a magazine run by Joseph Mackin, first Internet Editor of the Paris Review and editor/reviewer with The New York Journal of Books.

  • Where I’m Coming From 2: The Wherening

    Posted December 10 by Ira Nayman

    Humourous science fiction is a hard sell. Over the last 20 or 30 years, the genre has become increasingly conservative, both in content and style. I suspect that this has something to do with the oft discussed (at cons I’ve been to over the last few years) aging of science fiction’s read...

  • Where I'm Coming From

    Posted December 5 by Ira Nayman

    I decided I wanted to devote my life to writing humour when I was eight years old. I have a memory of walking through the parking lot of my elementary school and thinking that that is what I wanted to do. The details may be fuzzy: was it really in the parking lot of my school? Was I really eight, or...

  • The Strangest Adventure Yet

    Posted December 3 by Lynnda Pollio

    Of all the adventures I’ve had in life, and I’ve been blessed with many, turning Sixty (yes, Sixty!) is the strangest. No one tells you how suddenly it appears from the fog of youth. A ghost ship bearing the knowledge of quarry years, it arrives with no cannon’s roar.   I sh...

  • Another 5-Star Review on Amazon

    Posted November 29 by Lynnda Pollio

    I love when people who don't expect to like this kind of spiritual story are moved by Addie Mae. Now if I could only get it to Oprah! "Surprisingly enjoyable read (based on my normal tastes). This was truly an amazing adventure as I read it. You become so aware of the characters, their personalitie...

  • The Pursuit of the Impossible

    Posted November 28 by Lynnda Pollio

    When you believe in something, never give up on it.   I’ve been thinking about this a lot, since I Indie-published my now award-winning novel, Trusting the Currents, a year ago. It’s been a looooog journey. One I tried to abandon many times, but the story wanted so badly to be hea...

  • Clouds In The Wind

    Posted November 20 by Ian Mackenzie

    22nd Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards    Entry Title Clouds In The Wind Author: Ian Mackenzie Judge Number: 61 Entry Category: Mainstream/Literary Fiction     Books are evaluated on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 meaning “needs improvement&rdqu...

  • Books For Life Membership

    Posted November 6 by Rick Karlsruher

    Noveltunity® is excited to announce our Books For Life Membership. How many clubs can your join for life for the cost of a dinner and wine for two?   Noveltunity® is in the business for the long run. We want our members to be our family. We also want to provide a cost-effective way fo...

  • A World Without Music (forthcoming) Excerpt

    Posted September 30 by J. Conrad Guest

    Ah, the dance. What men and women put each other—and themselves—through during the mating ritual. But in this scene, who is leading?   This could be one of the most revised and reworked scenes I’ve ever written, a line or two added here and there increases the sexual tension...