Monthly Archives: December 2012

Diana Comet and the Christmas Quilt – A short story by Sandra McDonald

Have you heard of the award winning anthology Diana Comet and Other Improbable Stories by Sandra McDonald? If not, it’s definitely a worthwhile read. In honor of the winter holidays, Sandra has posted one of the stories from her anthology … Continue reading

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Interview: Kickstarting Fearful Symmetries by Ellen Datlow & Chizine Publications

Have you heard of the new horror anthology Fearful Symmetries, which is also a killer new Kickstarter project by award winning editor Ellen Datlow and Chizine Publications? I’m sure that most people (with a heartbeat) have heard of Kickstarter, but for … Continue reading

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Enter the Futuredaze Contest on Goodreads

FUTUREDAZE is out on February 12, 3013, but if you’d like it a week earlier, Goodreads is hosting a contest to win one of two copies. Here’s how to enter: Goodreads Book Giveaway Futuredaze by Erin Underwood Giveaway ends February … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing: FATHER GAETANO’S PUPPET CATECHISM

I’m hosting Christopher Golden’s post for THE NEXT BIG THING. Don’t know what that is? Well, take a read and check it out. I think you’re going to like it! ~ So…most of you probably know this already…maybe…possibly.  There’s a … Continue reading

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Check out the First Futuredaze Review!

Futuredaze: An Anthology of YA Science Fiction is set to release on February 12, 2013, which is only two short months away! (Where did the time go?) In the meantime, reviews are starting to come in for the anthology, the … Continue reading

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The Norton Award Blog Tour 2012

Have you heard of the Andre Norton Award? Ever wonder how the books are nominated? What books qualify? Who picks the  winners? Or maybe you’ve just been curious to learn more about young adult (YA) fiction or middle grade (MG) … Continue reading

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