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:
Ad Astra 2015, April 10-12, 2015
Sheraton Parkway North, Richmond Hill, Ontario
PenguiCon 2015, April 24 to 26, 2015
The Westin Southfield Detroit, Detroit, Michigan
GenCon 2015, July 30 to August 2, 2015
Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, Indiana
World Fantasy Convention 2015, November 5 to 8, 2015 … Continue reading
This week another stellar review for ELEMENTS: A Collection of Speculative Fiction was posted on:
AE The Canadian Science Fiction Review.
Derek Newman-Stille wrote several reviews of the stories in ELEMENTS as well as posting a reading I did in Peterborough and my appearance on his radio show Speculating Canada.
The review and other links can be found here.
Ad Astra Convention is April 10th to 12th.
Suzanne will be reading from ELEMENTS: A Collection of Speculative Fiction
Her schedule for the con:
Saturday, April 11th
11:00AM-12:00 PM After Acceptance: The Fun Begins Kelley Armstrong, Suzanne Church, Charles de Lint, Arlene F. Marks, Monica Pacheco (Richmond A)
2:00-4:00PM Signing Sessions Various authors (Richmond A + B)
6:00-7:00PM Writing in the ‘Loo Reading … Continue reading
And now, the reveal you’ve all been waiting for…
I’ve been using the code-name 3XN as a placeholder to discuss my new novel project.
Recently I revealed that 3XN had been upgraded to (3X+Y)N. So what does all of that math gibberish mean?
I can now finally explain!
“N” stands for Novel. That’s the easy piece.
“3” stands for the number three. Duh. Yep, I’m talking about a trilogy. … Continue reading