A World of Wizards

- by E. C. Ambrose

No doubt many of you are familiar with Clarke’s law:  any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.  It’s been speculated that one reason why science fiction as a genre has lost some ground to fantasy is that we seem to be living in an age of magic.  With all of the extraordinary technologies at […]

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The Times They Are A-Changing

- by Nancy Gideon

Just when you think you know where it’s at, somebody moves it! That’s how I felt about the e-book revolution. I had no problem with e-readers and e-books . . . as long as I had print to fall back on. The feel of a book in hand, the sight of it on the stands, […]

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Everything’s Coming up Videos!

- by Elaine Isaak

A few months ago, everyone was buzzing about book trailers–those little movie ads for upcoming releases, and you can find all sorts of them on-line so much so, that now many people are saying they are passe. Or does that mean they are like websites, not hot any more, but still everyone should have at […]

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Texting Dead Possums

- by Dianne Drake

Years ago, when I began writing for Harlequin, I started out in the romantic comedy lines, particularly the imprint that required its couple to get together through some strange form of communication. The guidelines for that were changed pretty quickly, and the line went belly-up pretty quickly, as well. I don’t think the editors could […]

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