SciFan™ HUGE Summer Sale and Cover Reveal!

We are SciFan and we’re having a sale with new covers!

First the great news. Issues 1-7 will be discounted or FREE during the following days:

There is NO better time to grab some of those back-issues of SciFan Magazine. Just think, you can get SEVEN issues of SciFan Magazine for under $4.00! Unbeatable!

But wait, there’s more (feeling like an infomercial now)! For just $14.95  Whoops 😛

We have new covers!

Check out these beautiful covers that have been re-done:

Issue 1 new cover with author names

Issue 2 cover with authors

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Issue 5 cover with author names

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Issue 7 Cover with author names

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And now…the moment you’ve all been waiting for…Issue 9! (crowd goes wild)

Issue 9 Cover with author names

Prepare to go beyond your imagination this summer with the first 8 issues of SciFan™ Magazine!

P.S. Don’t forget the HUGE SciFan™ Grand Giveaway going on now too!

Dayne Edmondson, co-producer

 

Author Spotlight: Bryan Caron

Bryan CaronBryan Caron is an author, filmmaker, graphic designer and owner/creative director of Phoenix Moirai: the creative genius for all of your graphic design, writing and videography needs. Since graduating from UC Riverside in 2001, he has published five novels, have written a few short stories (which you can find on his blog listed below), and written, directed, edited and produced several short films and a couple of feature films. The stories (and screenplays) vary in genre but what he mostly writes is various forms of science fiction and fantasy, including elements of dystopian, young adult, religious/spiritual, and space opera. Year of the Songbird is the first book he self-published. It is a dystopian science-fiction (some say in the vain of “The Road”) that takes place after World War III. It is a spiritually resonant tale that is very relevant to some of what’s going on in the world today.

Today we are featuring his novel, Year of the Songbird.

Check it out!

Blurb:

Disclaimer: This book contains adult language and adult situations

 

Set twenty-six years after World War III, Madeline, who lost her sight in a fire as an infant, lives a healthy life in a small Utopian community built as an anti-thesis to what initially caused the war, the history of which has been romanticized to keep the knowledge of sin, corruption and vice from the consciousness of its kin. When Grayland, a stranger from the outside world, stumbles upon the community, Madeline becomes intoxicated by his presence, sensing a connection to him that she doesn’t understand. When he offers her the chance to experience the world she so desires to be a part of, Madeline follows him into a truth she’s not at all ready to accept.

Spiritually resonant and genuine in its conviction, “Year of the Songbird” speaks on many different levels, dealing with the power of addiction, sexual and spiritual awakening, the corruption of labels, how outside influences can devour even the strongest of convictions, and how weakness and vice are more easily attained than virtue and happiness.


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Author Spotlight: Martyn Currill

Martyn Currill is the father of a beautiful baby girl and husband-in-waiting to a strong and passionate woman. He moved to Liverpool from Oxford, but isn’t a native of either city. He writes a contemporary paranormal vampire series that another fellow author has coined as ‘Military fantasy’.

Today we are featuring his series, Chronicles of The Order.

Check them out!

Blurb:

When a young vampire hunter is saved by one of those he is sworn to destroy, he is forced to question everything he was taught. He soon learns that there is far more to vampires – and to the conflict he was born into – than he ever realised, and he finds himself siding with sworn enemies to pursue their cause. Read, in his own words, the story that altered his life as he recounts the night of his salvation and his entry into the hell that followed.

Blurb:

Deimos Black, former vampire hunter and human, has already shared both the best and worst days of his ‘life’ with us. Through his insurrection and assassination of Sharriana Grey, former leader of The Order, he’s brought a tentative peace to the world’s vampires.

With this peace, however, comes what may be his undoing. A dark, malevolent power rises against him. Vampires killed or driven mad by indescribable means pile up and Deimos becomes the focus of the being who seeks to consume all he holds dear.

Read, in his own words, the lengths he must go to to defend everything he cares about, and most importantly himself.


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Why did you publish a #zombie book?

Brilliant post. Every author needs to read this!

The unofficial blog of Stan Faryna

by Stan Faryna

Stan Faryna

Valerie Lioudis, author of the zombie thriller, Aftershock: A Collection of Survivor Stories, asked me to write about how authors can use social media to market their books.

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Valerie specifically wanted me to write for the authors that participate in the Reanimated Writers Zombie Fiction Fan Group on Facebook. I’m flattered by Valerie’s request and I hope I don’t disappoint her and Kevin. Because before I can get into the process and tasks, I have to get into the purpose. If the purpose and grit is lacking, there really isn’t any need to proceed further.

So I must ask you, fearsome author, why did you publish a book?

You published your book for it to be read, enjoyed and praised. By many. More than 100. Maybe, 5000. OR you have published a book for the wrong reasons.

Of course, many often say,

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