Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Strangeness in Space Back in the Studio | Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews

Ian Thompson
Ian Thompson says “Strangeness in Space Back in the Studio: Andrew Reynolds is a writer at Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Revie...”
www.kasterborous.com — Heading back to the planet mirth, work is now underway on the third episode of Strangeness in Space –  the free to download online audio comedy which unites former Doctor Who companion Sophie Aldred with Saturday morning comedy legends Trevor Neal and Simon Hickson – and once again, joining them on the next leg of...

Readers' Gallery

Jay Spencer Green
Jay Spencer Green says “A new addition to the Readers' Gallery: Alison in Inveraray!”
jayspencergreen.com — Some of my wonderful readers, whose smiles tell you they have just received their copy of Breakfast at Cannibal Joe's and not yet actually read it. Jim in Colchester Steve in Solihull Linda in Brit...

Audiences 'Smiling' After Star Wars Premiere

Ian Thompson
Ian Thompson says “Audiences 'Smiling' After Star Wars Premiere: Writers are unable to post reviews until Wednesday due to an emb...”
news.sky.com — Writers are unable to post reviews until Wednesday due to an embargo, but there is an overwhelmingly positive reaction so far.

MedidataVoice: Hearables, Wristables and Eyewearables; What's Next For mHealth Technology?

Jule Owen
Jule Owen says “MedidataVoice: Hearables, Wristables and Eyewearables; What's Next For mHealth Technology?”
www.forbes.com — If you think wearable devices are just another popular trend that will fade away, think again. Wearable Technologies CEO Christian Stammel says wearables are “just one piece of the whole Internet of Things phenomenon.” Stammel recently spoke about the wearables market and what’s coming next at a New York Academy of [...]

NEW BOOK RELEASE: Grand Master's Mate

Aurora Springer
Aurora Springer says “NEW BOOK RELEASE: Grand Master's Mate”
authorsdb.com — Top author headlines and news. Young empath, Violet Hunter, and her crafty Grand Master, Athanor Griffin, tackle the villains threatening civilization. Their worst enemy, the Red Queen, rampages across the galaxy evading capture, while blocked portals restrict normal commerce among planets. Compounding their problems, half the Grand Masters on the Council fear Violet is the agent of their doom as her father foretold, and vow to eliminate her. To restore peace, Violet and Athanor embark on a …

Ricky Gervais on Twitter

L.A. Wilson
L.A. Wilson says “Or just attack you personally. Can't prove your claims? attack the challenger by shitting all over their work.”
twitter.com — “"The universe must have had a creator. You can't make something from nothing." "But where did the creator come from?" "Shut up you Racist!"”

IDW Trek Comics For This Week... and March

Ian Thompson
Ian Thompson says “IDW Trek Comics For This Week... and March: The calendar still says 2015, but IDW Publishing has its eye on Ma...”
www.startrek.com — News - IDW will unveil a batch of new Star Trek adventures, and StarTrek.com has a look at what's out this week... and in March -- with exclusive art.

First Lines: Thirty Ghosts

S. G. BASU
S. G. BASU says “First Lines: Thirty Ghosts”
Behind every man now alive stand thirty ghosts, for that is the ratio by which the dead outnumber the living. First line from 2001 – A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke

Conflict: The Heart of Storytelling

Ian Thompson
Ian Thompson says “Conflict: The Heart of Storytelling: Storytelling is as old as human DNA. As old as language. As old as Joe Ne...”
Storytelling is as old as human DNA. As old as language. As old as Joe Neanderthal sitting around the fire at the mouth of his cave, telling the group what happ

Ten Reasons You Should Self-Publish -

Sandy Appleyard
Sandy Appleyard says “In a previous post, I discussed the criteria for determining whether or not a book is 'good enough' to be...”
It's the ebook age-old question...should I self-publish or use a publisher? Let's see what the benefits and drawbacks are from my point of view.