Are the colonists alone on the slowly thawing planet? This planet was supposed to be theirs; their backers, who had their own agenda, had paid enough money to ensure that. And what lies under the snow and ice?
Cold New Planet can be found in Science Fiction Consortium, an anthology of short stories: Amazon link
I did a lot of research for my post-apocalyptic novel, Strike Three, including checking out military surplus catalogs. Now that I’m on their mailing lists, I got a Coleman’s Military Supplies catalog today. You can get military clothing, sleeping bags, equipment, survival kits, MREs, and more. There’s an interesting selection of items from other countries too.
November is Native American Heritage month! To celebrate, we’re heading west, the weird west, every Wednesday. Weird Western Wednesdays are devoted to the wonderful and often wild sub-genre of speculative fiction, weird westerns. Guest authors will contribute a posts discussing weird westerns.
Source: Weird Western Wednesdays’ Guest, David Lee Summers
I have a new review of Sugar Time on my Kindle listing (there are more on the paperback listing): Amazon link
This is a guest post via Morgen Bailey’s blog: Guest post: Sustaining Suspense in a Whodunit Mystery by Joyce T Strand: Sustaining suspense
I found a new Detour Trail review recently: Detour Trail review: http://booklikes.com/tag/joy-v-smith
I found this video, How to Become a Writer by Katy Haye, on Morgen Bailey’s blog: /