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The wonderfully talented Neil M. Jackson produced a book trailer for Elements: A Collection of Speculative Ficion
Visit his Facebook site – The Cover Foundry where you can find fantastic covers at affordable prices.
ELEMENTS: A Collection of Speculative Fiction received a starred review at Publishers weekly.
The unassuming title conceals a debut collection that highlights the author’s considerable skills…her remarkable prose and the diversity of her visions.
Read the complete review on the Publishers Weekly site.
I’ve always enjoyed learning how authors create the stories they publish, and I’m not alone. It’s no surprise that the most popular question authors hear is, “Where do you get your ideas?”
To answer that question in my own way, I’ve added extra content here on the blog as a bonus for my readers.
Elements contains 21 short stories — 14 reprints and 7 new to the collection.
If you click on a story title, the link will … Continue reading
Ongoing launches and appearances for Suzanne Church and her book Elements:
Word Up, 7:00PM, Thursday, October 8th, 2015
Unity Market Cafe & Studios, Back to Basics Social Developments, 25 Toronto Street, Barrie, Ontario
ChiSeries inaugural Guelph Reading, Tuesday, October 13 (time TBA), 2015
Red Brick Cafe, 8 Douglas Street, Guelph, Ontario
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Over on 49th Shelf, Kiley Turner posted the list below.
“Getting Weird: A List of Great Sci-Fi and Fantasy”
I’m so thrilled that my collection of short fiction is included with so many fabulous books, written by so many talented friends and colleagues.
What’s even more exciting is that “Elements” is FIRST on the list.
So proud and humbled right now.
For the first time in almost a decade, I didn’t attend DragonCon this year. Mostly because I couldn’t book a room at the Hyatt. Partly because of my knee injury/surgery/recovery.
Instead I attended Fan Expo in Toronto. This was the first time I embraced FanExpo in its entirety, renting a hotel, working at the HWA booth, speaking on multiple panels, the whole nine yards. In the past, the most I’ve done is drop by … Continue reading
The summer is almost over and I’m really looking forward to spending Labour Day at FanExpo.
My schedule will remain on the Appearances Page until after the convention.
Lenny Kravitz sound check in Toronto. Photo by Mathiew Bitton
Last night, I saw Lenny Kravitz at the Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto. What an awesome, … Continue reading