• Love Spirits FREE here & Lagoon Lure for $2.99

    Posted January 27 by Diana Cachey

    Hi Everyone, Thanks for voting my book, Love Spirits, into the TOP THREE selections this month. I am humbled and grateful that you want to read more. As a result, you can now download this secnd book FREE here all month.  In honor of this award & for a limited time, you can also get Book Two,...

  • How to Connect with Readers & Get Feedback -- Instantly!

    Posted January 18 by Diana Cachey

    As writers (or artists in general) we want to create, not ruminate. Likewise, marketing and promotion may not be part of our right-brain skill sets. In any event, most of us are tired of talking about ourselves -- we are sick of the blah blah blues. Exhaustion sets in from all of this social media d...

  • Clouds In The Wind

    Posted January 13 by Ian Mackenzie

    A NOVEL  THAT YOU SIMPLY DO NOT WANT TO MISS A story set in Rhodesia during the 1970s. They were the best of times and the worst of times. A time of forced political change and the battle to keep things as they were. This powerful, fast moving novel will enthrall as much as it will enlighten. ...

  • Creepers

    Posted January 2 by Bret Tallent

    Hello All, I have just released my new book 'Creepers' for the Kindle on Amazon, and in print version.  http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00R5ISH8M  In the Deep South, where violence and racism is a way of life, terror grips the tiny community of Lusaoka Mississippi. Deep in the heart of the Hom...

  • Thanks for a GREAT 2014!

    Posted January 2 by Rick Karlsruher

    Noveltunity® wants to thank each and every one of you for an amazing 2014!   Like many may small companies, we are experiencing growth in ways we didn’t expect. It’s been outstanding to create a platform to help new authors and empower readers.   We have created many gr...

  • Why do We Tell Stories?

    Posted December 26, 2014 by Ira Nayman

    Why do we tell stories?   I think there is merit to the idea that stories gave our ancient ancestors an evolutionary advantage. The ape that could imagine (tell himself a story) that there was a lion in wait behind a large rock was more likely to take measures (ie: being prepared to defend hi...

  • 5-Star Review to End 2014. So Grateful

    Posted December 22, 2014 by Lynnda Pollio

    My latest 5-star Amazon review for Trusting the Currents. "WONDERFULLY AMAZING BOOK!! I have read many, many books including all of Paulo Coelho's and this one is equal if not exceeds the messages he send in his books. You can relate to and feel the messages/lessons it shares with every unique char...

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

    Posted December 17, 2014 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 December 16, 2014 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, 2014 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...