Catching you up on recent Apex news and Apex Blog posts to include teasers! (more…)
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Apex owner seeks enthusiastic PA
$1.99 Digital Titles
DARK FAITH Reviewed by Sevier County News
Apex Magazine purchases new story under the Valente regime
Peter M. Ball for the Ditmar award
Apex buys novel from Jennifer Pelland
Happy Release Day for Sara M. Harvey!
Apex Blog Entries:
WhatCon! – Jaym Gates
From the Perspective of an International Writer – Justin Pilon
Greetings From Argentina – Gustavo Bondoni
THE SECOND COMING and David H. Burton – Jennifer Brozek
The Labyrinth of the Dead: Chapter One Check out the first chapter and grab yourself a copy! (written by Sara M. Harvey)
Conducting Interesting and Informative Author Interviews – Karen Newman
INTERVIEW: Sara M. Harvey, author of The Labyrinth of the Dead – Rhonda Wilson
Mike Resnick and Africa – Michael A. Burstein
Connections – Terri-Lynne DeFino
Bringing fiction to the screen: Andor Lofthus Interview – R Thomas Riley
Of Swords and Pens – Joyce Chng
What’s Your Story? – A.R. Williams
Feel Jilted By Mars? New Romance Awaits With Titan – Nicole Cushing
BJ Burrows discusses Collective Consciousnesses Apparently, lightning often strikes twice. It’s the same idea, it’s the same idea. Or when you have a grand idea and others have it too.
Apex is offering deals and is running a contest for Sarah M. Harvey’s The Labrynth of the Dead
Dark *Views – Links to a review and an interview. You can also check out anything you want to see about the anthology over at http://darkfaithanthology.com. I think this entry still needs to be crossposted there.
Barry Napier hits my sweet spot as he begins his series discussing The Joys of Research
Maurice Broaddus offers Random Rambling About Sales and Reviews
Monica Valentinelli begins her series on Creating an Alien Language: Your Language, Your Rules. I am really excited about this series. I know a few of you that have been working on the project might also be interested in particular.
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