The Pen and Cape Society that is. We’re a group of superhero genre writers who’ve come together for mutual promotion of the genre and to open the doors for our readers to get more of what they want: super-powered action and drama spanning the traditional Ages of comics history and beyond. Check us out as PenAndCapeSociety.com
Vaal preaches the values of patience on the part of both writers and the audience. He also tries his hand at making Twilight actually romantic.
Almost a year ago, one of the guys in my writing group on another forum asked me to read the first few chapters of a novel he was working on. It kicked all manner of ass.
I’m proud to report that he’s finally put that story, the first book of a trilogy, on sale for the world to see. I highly suggest you throw money furiously at this man’s work now before his stuff can only be had for $30 hardback. What I read then (and am reading now) is totally worth his asking price, believe me.
Check out The Steam Punk on Amazon right now. If you don’t have a Kindle, there are links right on the page to get a free app so you can read Kindle books on any mobile device and most desktop rigs.
And if you haven’t already, and you happen to be in a Kindle book buying mood, remember that I’ve got some books on sale there too.
The regular blog post is below, but I wanted to let everyone know about a project one of my writer friends just published. That Weird City is a supernatural horror ebook written in part by the gentleman that started the writing group I frequent. It’s only for Kindle for now (but you can get a free Kindle app for PC or smartphone), but this guy has serious writing chops, so it’s worth the read.
From the Amazon product page:
Technical support takes a turn for the eldritch, a faulty GPS device leads straight out of this world, a bogeyman meets its match in a little girl, a murder investigation goes to hell and back, and six other tales of the Weird from two up-and-coming authors. That Weird City is a foray into the strangest areas of the world; the ones that normal people stomp through every single day of their lives.