Top Posts from March & Other Amazing Cool Stuff

Today, on April 1st – and this is no joke – Amazing Stories crosses the 500 posts line.  Congratulations to all of our contributors.  If you would really like to thank them, pay a visit to the staff page, pick a fave and then buy some of their books!

We are still on the path to 2,000 members, I expect we’ll get there before the end of this month.

Amazing Stories is supported by the members of the Blog Team.  76 actively participating bloggers and 17 bloggers emeriti (who may be rejoining us from time to time).  That’s 93 in toto.  (Toto must be a very large dog…) EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM has contributed not just great, thought-provoking posts but support, encouragement and other intangibles.  I could not have done this site without them and I thank them all sincerely for their efforts.  And let’s not forget Kermit who made the site happen!  I thank him too!

Top 25 Posts From the Past Month

More Sci Fi Shows To Hit Screens in 2013
Review: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick
Top Ten RPG Game Systems of All Time
Don’t Quit Your Day Job – Traditional Publishing by the Numbers
Three is a Magic Number
Jules Verne and Amazing Stories
The Fed Puts Stamps of Approval on Science Fiction Authorship
Crossroads: Science Fiction Romance – A Niche Before Its Time?
Hybrid Authors: The Best of Both Worlds
The Fuzzy Line Between Science Fiction and Fantasy
A PROPOSED TAXONOMY FOR THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE SCIENCE FICTIONNESS OF SCIENCE FICTION
A Way To End Ebook Piracy?
Christianity vs. Science Fiction
An Interview With Sword and Laser’s Tom Merritt
Lessons from the Tolkien Boycott
Karmic Demons and the Power of Compassion: Buddhist Philosophy in Modern Myth
Women in Armour vs. Chicks in Chain-mail
ASM Blog Horde Interview with Michael J. Sullivan
Is Ender’s Game Really Any Fun to Read?
Finding Women in Science Fiction
No. 9: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein, and Who’s The Real Monster?
Oz Don’t Look Like That!
Crowdfunding as a Publishing Strategy
Mars Babylon: A Review of John Carter and the Gods of Hollywood by Michael D. Sellers
Playing the Short Game: How to Sell Your Short Fiction (Part 8 in series)

I thing anyone with even the slightest interest in this geeky stuff will find something of interest to them above.

 

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  1. I don't know about anybody else, but I like following this stuff. When people ask me about the site, it's nice to be able to quote the recent numbers. Having that information instantly available adds a certain credibility to a discussion about the site.

    Nothing scoops a discussion like valid, current information. Good intell gives a person information. It also gives them the power to influence. This monthly recap is a great news item and I look forward to its next iteration.

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