Get Liberty for Christmas!

When the whole world seems dark you can still depend on The Liberty Girl to get to the heart of the matter. A beacon of justice during the dark days of World War II, Liberty continues her heroic battle against evil Today. Pick up your copy of Liberty Girl: Fight For Freedom Also available in [...]

My Process…Superheroes and NaNoWriMo #amwriting

So... I have been working on a superhero story for about 20 days now.  I would love to say it is going well and I should be done soon. However, that would be a lie...a big fat superpowered lie! This story is going nowhere and I'm on a deadline! What is a writer to do? Some [...]

Interview with Shannon Muir: THE DAME DID IT

Shannon Muir's fiction is both to entertain as well as explore issues of the the human condition and female identity, primarily with female protagonists. The genres she delves into in include mystery, fantasy, science fiction, as well as thought-provoking stories in contemporary settings.   I was wondering where you get your story ideas? For New Pulp and [...]

City of Legends by Cheyanne Young: Interview and Giveaway

I would like to introduce an amazing YA series, City of Legends, by Cheyanne Young.  The series is published by Alloy Entertainment--The same people who brought to you, Pretty Little Liars. Best part? Cheyanne's entire series is dropping this week! That means all you voracious readers can get the whole series without any wait. After [...]

Interview with Jim Zoetewey — The Legion of Nothing: Rebirth

Jim Zoetewey grew up in Holland, Michigan, near where L Frank Baum wrote The Wizard of Oz and other books in that series. Admittedly, Baum moved away more than sixty years before Jim was even born, but it's still kind of cool. Interview with Jim Zoetewey author of The Legion of Nothing: Rebirth 6/25/2015   [...]

Interview with Percival Constantine — Vanguard

Born and raised in the Chicagoland area, Percival Constantine grew up on a fairly consistent diet of superhero comics, action movies, video games, and TV shows. At the age of ten, he first began writing and hasn't stopped since. Percival has been working in publishing since 2005 in various capacities—author, editor, formatter, letterer—and has written books, short [...]

6-Steps to Superhero!

Have you always wished you could be a superhero and save the day? Well let me tell you that unless you have a run in with radioactive particles, beams, spiders or some other type of cosmic anomaly the world will tell you to rethink that calling...But do you? I say you too can be a superhero, and [...]

Interview with Elise Stokes — Cassidy Jones and the Luminous

Elise Stokes lives with her husband and four children. She was an elementary school teacher before becoming a full-time mom. With a daughter in middle school and two in high school, Elise's understanding of the challenges facing girls in that age range inspired her to create a series that will motivate girls to value individualism, [...]

Interview with Marion G. Harmon — Wearing The Cape: Small Town Heroes

Marion G. Harmon, a former financial advisor in Las Vegas with advanced degrees in Literature and History started self publishing in 2011. Marion has gone on to create an exciting canon of superheroes with his Wearing the Cape series. Interview with Marion G. Harmon author of Wearing The Cape: Small Town Heroes 9/30/2014 I was wondering [...]

Interview with Frank Byrns — Things to Come

Frank Byrns lives in suburban Maryland with his wife and children, where he writes about superheroes, criminals, and sometimes baseball. His stories have been published in a wide variety of markets, including Strange Horizons, Electric Velocipede, Everyday Fiction, Stymie, Powder Burn Flash, WW Norton Anthology of Hint Fiction, and as a member of the Pen and Cape Society. Byrns [...]