Tor/Forge Author Voices
I wouldn't normally post samplers but this seems like it might have a few other articles of interest.
Ever wanted to hunt a notorious ghost through the halls of a spooky old house? Be swept away at a Regency ball? Solve a murder mystery, Vegas style? Then Tor and Forge might have the perfect summer read for you.
With this sampler, Tor and Forge Books proudly present a one-of-a-kind collection of articles written by our authors, excerpts of forthcoming books, and unique content. We’re highlighting a cross-section of our exciting new titles in urban fantasy, paranormal romance, young adult fiction, science fiction and fantasy, historical fiction, women’s fiction, and mysteries and thrillers.
In addition to short articles written by our authors and excerpts from some of our forthcoming titles, this sampler includes a special roundtable discussion between five of the Tor / Forge editors. From submission guidelines to eBooks (and more!), this roundtable offers a wealth of invaluable advice to new and aspiring authors.
In this collection . . .
*DEBORAH COONTS gives readers a taste of Vegas nightlife in “Casual Sex,” an all-new short story featuring the irrepressible Lucky O’Toole from the recent novel, Lucky Stiff.
*CARRIE BEBRIS provides the discerning reader an informative and entertaining Field Guide to Regency Men. You simply mustn’t attend another ball until you’ve read this!
*A special preview of New York Times bestselling author W. BRUCE CAMERON’s next book, Emory’s Gift, provides a glimpse into a heartwarming new novel about a boy and his bear.
*Debut author NICOLE “COCO” MARROW takes readers on a genre-bending thrill ride in the first chapter of her novel, Angel.
*New York Times bestselling author CARRIE VAUGHN writes candidly about reaching a milestone ten books in her long-running urban fantasy series. Also included is a special preview of the next Kitty Norville adventure, Kitty’s Big Trouble.
*Tor and Forge editors discuss writing, publishing, and falling in love in a candid editorial roundtable revealing what editors are—and are not—looking for in a submission.
With more features and novel previews by:
CAROLE NELSON DOUGLAS
MARY ROBINETTE KOWAL
L. JAGI LAMPLIGHTER
J. A. PITTS
F. PAUL WILSON