Congratulations to Fox McGeever! His story The Medic has been published by the Universe Annex (formerly Baens Universe) department of the Grantville Gazette. The story initially received an honourable mention in the Writers of the Future competition a year ago.
You can read more of Fox’s writing in his blog-format fantasy adventure, Parawerthan.
Congratulations to Sara-Jayne Townsend. Death Scene, her second novel from Lyrical Press, will be released on the 4th July. You can check out the dramatic cover of the crime novel here, and read more about the progress of the novel on Sara-Jayne’s blog.
“British-born Toronto actress Shara Summers turns amateur sleuth when her sister Astrid is stricken with a mysterious illness. Summoned back to England to be with her family during a time of crisis, Shara discovers that doctors are at a loss as to what is causing Astrid’s debilitating illness.
Then an elderly relative, Auntie Ruth, is found dead at the bottom of the stairs. The death is deemed to be an accident. Only Shara suspects that it wasn’t. As Shara takes it upon herself to investigate, she unearths shocking family secrets and the chilling realisation that Astrid’s illness is also part of a murder plot connected to the death of the old lady. Shara’s investigations have far-reaching and tragic consequences that affect not only her own future, but also Astrid’s.”
K.D. Grace‘s debut erotica novel, The Initiation of Ms. Holly has been chosen by Romance Review as its Top Pick. The book has sold out its first printing and is now on its second. In this podcast interview with Dr. Dick, K.D talks about her inspiration for the novel. A little taste of Ms. Holly is available here.
Rosanne Rabinowitz’s story She Lives in the Deep will be appearing in the Monster Book for Girls anthology from Exaggerated Press. The anthology will be published late this summer. Congratulations Rosanne!
Congratulations to Martin Owton on further international fame! His science fiction story Ask ASE was published in April in ain Greek in Ennea, the Saturday Comics and SF supplement of Greek newspaper ELEFTHEROTYPIA. Circulation is reported to be around 200,000.