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Apex Update Part 2

APEX NEWS:
THE CHANGED by BJ Burrow enters second printing
Taste of Tenderlion Reviewed
Dark Faith Reviews and a Guest Post
Apex Magazine Reviewed by Pinoy POC
Apex Magazine (August) now available!

Apex Book Company Blog 

Catching you up on recent Apex news and Apex Blog posts to include teasers! (more…)

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scienceMy latest blog entry, Tenochtitlan and Floating Gardens, was posted last Monday at Science In My Fiction. Check out my entry, throw a little discussion my way. Don’t stop there though! Please check out the other entries. We love lively discussion. Let me know what you think. I also had one go up on July 23rd, Speaking Collars and Wonder Clones. It was a bit more personal than you are likely to find from me over there usually.

Today’s entry is Southpaws: The Hops in Humanity’s Beer? by Athena Andreadis.

My next entry will also involve Tenochtitlan. It goes up August 23rd.

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Apex Book Company Blog

Last Sunday:
Benjamin Tate brought us up to speed on his Well of Sorrows book launch party at Balticon

Monday:
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.

Tuesday:
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

Wednesday:
Maurice Broaddus offers Random Rambling About Sales and Reviews

Thursday:
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.

Some of you have even started subscribing to the blog feed and have made it part of your daily routine. I am grateful. I see the comment traffic, which for me is a great indicator of what you are enjoying. Feel free to discuss the topics here with me or with each other. But please please please comment there. Show the blog authors that they are appreciated. I am encouraged by the interaction so far! Thanks again to all of you supporting the blog and boosting the signal for Apex and for me.

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