Monday, April 8, 2013

Here Be News

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No new releases this week but we do have a cover reveal!

How Beauty Loved the Beast, out May 13, has a cover. It's currently available on NetGalley for any reviewers to check out, too!

Links of Interest

About the ruling on the ReDigi case: Reselling Digital Goods Is Copyright Infringement, Judge Rules

The Fantasy Cafe is running an excellent series of posts this month about women in SFF. Seriously, go now and check it out.

Book experts weigh in on the publishing industry’s revolution. Authors, agents, librarians and others who ‘live by the book’ talk about what‘s changed and what it means.

Wisdom for Writers From Steve Jobs (Yes, THAT Steve Jobs) by Tiffany Reisz: "We're gambling on our vision, and we would rather do that than make 'me too' products. Let some other companies do that. For us, it's always the next dream."

Elizabeth Naughton on self-publishing: " For a determined writer, for someone with book business sense who wants to make a living doing what they love, this is a fantastic time to be an author."

About the Night Shade bankruptcy: Struggling Indie SF Press, Night Shade, Pushes Asset Sale

Here Be Magic Group Announcements

Giveaway – Win an Actual Piece of Coal from the Titanic!

Veronica Scott, author of  the award winning WRECK OF THE NEBULA DREAM, is doing a Titanic-themed giveaway this week to commemorate the 101st anniversary of the ship’s sinking.  Grand Prize is a  reproduction Titanic Third Class Coffee Mug plus a piece of coal salvaged from the actual wreck (Certificate of Authenticity included), an autographed copy of WRECK OF THE NEBULA DREAM and a $10 Amazon gift card. She will award $10 Amazon gift cards  to the 2nd and 3rd place winners. Comment on her blog to enter , all winners randomly selected. Giveaway is open April 8th through the 14th.

From Jeffe Kennedy: My story, Negotiation, a spin-off on The Twelve Kingdoms adult fantasy trilogy coming out in 2014, will appear in a Seventh Star Press anthology “Thunder on the Battlefield.” The anthology will be available in digital form around June 1 and in print shortly thereafter.

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