Summary: The first original novel from author Hugh Howey in six years, Across the Sand takes us back to the world of Sand, to a far future many generations after a disaster has destroyed civilization as we know it, where four siblings struggle to build their futures amid the harsh wastes of endless desert. The […]
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and authors/SPSFC creators Hugh Howey and Duncan Swan, along with SPSFC 1 finalists Patrice Fitzgerald, T. A. Bruno, Cameron Coral, G. M. Nair, Ben Roberts, Jack Lyster and KT Belt, for a chat about the first year of the competition, lessons learned and how they’ll apply that to SPSFC 2, book pitches from the finalists, thoughts on the self-published sci-fi community, advice for future entrants and much more.
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and his co-host Manny Henri as they dig into self-publishing and SPSFC (the Self-Published Science Fiction Competition) with authors Hugh Howey and Duncan Swan. During the panel they discuss Hugh and Duncan’s work, their experiences in self-publishing, how it compares to traditional publishing, and explore the past and present of the self-pub market. They also chat about SPSFC, how Hugh and Duncan founded the competition and where they hope it will go in the future.
If you like a superbly written, sci-fi mystery drama then this should be on top of your lists! Though the immediate plot is resolved, it has opened up a new puzzles that made me look forward to reading the rest of the trilogy!