Some exciting news from Seventh Star Press. If you’ve got a dystopian story sitting there that you’ve been wanting to submit now is your chance. Here from their press release news on a second anthology. I hope you all submit I’ve got a friend who I am bugging endlessly to get her to submit for it. You have nothing to lose people. Go for it!
Attention Writers! Seventh Star Press Proudly Announces Its Next Anthology Project, Perfect Flaw: Dystopian Stories, with Editor Robin Blankenship
Seventh Star Press is proud to announce its second anthology project, Perfect Flaw: Dystopian Stories, with editor Robin Blankenship.
As with the first SSP anthology project, The End Was Not the End: Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy Tales (editor Joshua Leet) this anthology project will allow for short stories of up to 10,000 words.
Fourth-Wall Friday is a new feature where I get to feature a author I have either reviewed, will review or have yet to review or just have over for Tea and Bacon! It is an idea which stemmed from a piece that Natasha Troop did for me while I was still reading the first in her series Lakebridge Cycle (which I reviewed last Saturday). It is in a way a form of interactive inner conversation in which the author is presenting him or herself in a way that adds even more depth and enlightenment to their own author persona, their writing and the world from their tales.
Today I am honored to have a piece from you that after seeing these two at the coffee shop I quickly asked if H. David Blalock from Angelkiller fame if he would be so kind as to let us into his conversation, this is what he shared.
IN A COFFEE HOUSE
They have moved on, the survivors. After they buried their dead and said the words, they moved on to continue the Conflict elsewhere, as they have done hundreds of times before.
But before they did, they talked to me.
I think I am just another way to fight the endless Conflict, another tool in their armory, though I use words instead of bullets and novels instead of bombs. They told me they used every method possible to accomplish their goal, and I am happy… no, I am honored to be one.
NOT a zombie book, but one that must be mentioned for it is not only free but one of the first in an epic fantasy series of which I am reading exclusively this month. Stephen is one of the hardest working book publishers in the Indie and Small Press scene (Seventh Star Press). I have posted reviews, teasers, articles about the books this press offers and also a LOT of the artwork. I am honored to know Stephen and call him friend . He came into my life via another grand friend, Jessica AKA Bunneh Boo, who guest reviewed today on the site and he is one I will always call friend. Being that I LOVE EPIC novels I am thrilled to be reading these! PLUS I love my Teaser Tuesdays!!!
Teaser Tuesdays No. 11