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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Featured Website: Indie Mirror.

Indie Mirror describes itself as “a news and entertainment site dedicated to the success of independent artists, authors, film directors, musicians, and creative-types from all around the world.” The interactive site features news, reviews, interviews, promotion advice, and much more, with links to related posts.

Indie Mirror’s Listing of Degranon: A Science Fiction Adventure.

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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Featured Book: City of the Mirage

A book by Jerome Brooke.

Astarte is one of the last of a dying race. Eons ago her people sailed to the stars and seeded many worlds with life. One of these worlds was that of the Warrior.

The City of the Mirage is ruled by the Divine Astarte. She has called the man who comes to be called the Conqueror to her service. Astarte was born on our own world.

Astarte rules a vast empire of the multiverse. Her race seeded many worlds with life over the eons. The Conqueror leads her legions to victory in a war against forces led by her brother.

Saturday, September 14, 2013

New coverage for Texas Tales of Comedy and Drama.

Meet scared newlyweds, scheming neighbors, and a supposedly ex-gay mayor.

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Read past reviews at Kirkus, Amazon.Com, GoodReads, bn.com (2nd edition), and bn.com (1st edition).

Saturday, September 07, 2013

It's time for science fiction to face up to discrimination.

From The Guardian:
"Science fiction loves a good paradox. Here's one for you: how can a genre that dreams up alien cultures and mythic races in such minute detail seemingly ignore the ethnic, religious, gender and sexual diversity right here on the home planet, here in the real world?"
Read more: http://gu.com/p/3thdm/tw via @guardian. #Diversity #Scifi #Degranon #Race #Women #StrongWomen #PeopleOfColor #GayScienceFiction #Characters