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Project Hieroglyph Reveals Slow Catastrophes, Uncertain Revivals; Pandemonium Books; Pro Se Books – Gunsmith #402; UK Blog Awards; Pro Se Books Celebrates Partnership with Radio Archives with Freebie Drawing
TRUE Social Justice: Porn Site Bans NC Residents From Website (and based on their internal records, a LOT of North Carolinians are going to be very frustrated – especially those who like to watch Gay and Transgender Vids…which rank among the highest watched for viewers from NC…go figure? On the other hand – ‘go to Church or watch porn?’ is no longer an option)
The book features stories inspired by Project Hieroglyph, created by students in “Slow Catastrophes, Speculative Futures, Science & Imagination: Rewriting and Rethinking Sustainability,” a course designed and taught by Dr. Michele Speitz at Furman University. It’s free to download, read, and share under a Creative Commons license.
Come see these fantastic authors discuss fantasic female characters in genre fiction!
Caitlin Kittredge has written fifteen novels for adults and teens, including the award-winning Iron Codex trilogy. She is releasing Grim Tidings, the follow-up to her urban fantasy novel Black Dog, on April 19.
Elizabeth Bonesteel began making up stories at the age of five, in an attempt to battle insomnia. Her debut novel, The Cold Between, went on sale March 8, and it’s really racking up amazing reviews.
The event is free, and food and drinks will be provided.
Thank you to the fabulous crowd that turned out to hear Ann Leckie last month. What a great conversation!
Award Season Begins
Having clicked submit on my Hugo nominations, I am distractedly looking at other awards and nominees while I await the Hugo finalists.
Recognizes achievement in Australian science fiction (including fantasy and horror) and science fiction fandomWinner, Best Novel: Lament for the Afterlife, Lisa L. Hannett
Winner, Best Novella or Novelette: “Of Sorrow and Such”, Angela Slatter
Annual award given by the Horror Writers AssociationThe Scarlet Gospels, Clive Barker The Deep, Michaelbrent Collings The Cure, JG Faherty Black Tide, Patrick Freivald A Head Full of Ghosts, Paul Tremblay
Friday, April 15, through Monday, April 18
This year’s event includes a double feature of The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth. And the irresistible Muppet Movie sing-along!
What do you get when you combine the TARDIS, a sonic screwdriver, and local scientists? An evening dedicated to exploring the science of Doctor Who! Hear from researchers who will share how their work is bringing our world closer to that of the Doctor’s. Excellent for Whovians, science fiction fans, and science lovers alike.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
J. R. ROBERTS’ THE GUNSMITH #402-‘KIDNAP A GUNSMITH’ NOW AVAILABLE!
One of the most popular characters in Adult Western fiction rides again in print from Pro Se Productions. J. R. Roberts’ Clint Adams gets caught in THE GUNSMITH #402-KIDNAP A GUNSMITH.
When Clint Adams rides into Casa Grande, Arizona, everyone starts talking. Women rush to be near him and smart men step out of his way. But some just simply aren’t sharp enough to be afraid of The Gunsmith.
Only planning to stay a day or so, The Gunsmith finds himself inadvertently tangled up in a fight between two families. The Tanner brothers, trying their hardest to be bad men, come into conflict with the Colters, the reigning outlaws in town. Owing them money, the Tanners come up with a dangerous idea when they learn Clint Adams is in Casa Grande. They intend to kidnap The Gunsmith for ransom!
Suddenly in danger from all sides, including a kill crazy gunslinger desperate to add him to the notches in his pistol, Adams finds himself unable to trust anyone, even the beautiful women pursuing him. As families fight, it falls to The Gunsmith to deal out death, just to make sure he rides out of town alive.
THE GUNSMITH #402: KIDNAP A GUNSMITH by J. R. Roberts. From Pro Se Productions.
For more information on this title, interviews with the author, or digital copies to review this book, contact Pro Se Productions’ Director of Corporate Operations, Kristi King-Morgan at email@example.com.
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The UK Blog Awards 2016 evening is only 14 days away and the demand for tickets has been high this year! There will be 600 Bloggers and Brands in attendance to connect, celebrate and create lasting impressions, not forgetting crowning the individual and company winning Blogs!
This year, the awards are powered by headline sponsor, ODEON Cinemas who love to connect with Bloggers. Last week, ODEON‘turned the tables’ during #BlogHour and allowed Bloggers to put them in the hot seat. It was a great hour with one of the poll results showing that 41% of Bloggers believed that personalisation creates the best Blogger and Brand relationship – do you agree?
As you know, at UKBA16 HQ we love to recognise the digital innovation for industry Bloggers across the UK, but whilst doing so, it is important to provide recognition and the best experience for all who decide to attend the evening. Providing an event experience is central to enable everyone to feel relaxed and enjoy ice breaking conversations with interactive networking opportunities. We have partnered with Event Trees, Max Wifi and EFX Awards to ensure you can connect and be wowed in land full of BIG and with the language of gobblefunk on April 29th.
Exciting Opportunity with Debenhams
Would you like to design your own shopable page with one of the biggest retailers in the UK? Debenhams have a competition offering 2 lucky bloggers a chance to work with them to create your own personal picklist AND you will win an outfit worth up to £200, plus two pairs of tickets to attend the UK Blog Awards.
Date for your Diary: Roast Restaurant co-host #BlogHour
This Tuesday, Roast are co-hosting #BlogHour and with a brand that loves everything British and are extremely passionate about bloggers, especially the foodie types, you can be sure to be apart of a fun and engaging hour.
So, join the #BlogHour conversation with us this Tuesday 19th April at 9pm via Twitter and look out the questions listed on the Blog very soon.
Blogosphere: Have Your Say
With only two weeks away from the big night, time is running out to be involved with the UK Blog Awards: Your Industry, Your Mark questionnaire which takes less than 60 seconds to complete.
Have you ever wondered what is going on in the UK Blogging industry? The people’s voice has always been important to us and with this ever changing industry, we want to hear from you. Have you say here.
Pro Se Productions has benefitted greatly from many relationships with other companies the last several years, most notably in our agreement with Radio Archives! And now we can share the hospitality and generosity of that partnership with YOU! Although Radio Archives is the producer of top quality Pro Se audiobooks, they also offer so much more. Having been a leader in the audio entertainment and Old Time Radio/Audiobook industries for decades, they produce the best in OTR restorations, audiobooks, and Pulp Ebooks! And You can now sample their work for FREE!
Simply send a blank email to ProSe@RadioArchives.com and You will have an opportunity at Free Radio Archives Products! Tune in today, Pro Se Supporters, by sending an email to ProSe@RadioArchives.com!