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Winlock Press - Fantasy, Apocalypse & Adventure that shatters expectations Home TEOTWAWKI Zombie Worlds Myths, Magic & Mayhem About Winlock Press Contact Us View full post Slider TEOTAWKI View full post Slider Zombie View full post Slider Myth Slider TEOTAWKISlider ZombieSlider Myth Curtis Lawson Goes Bad, Bad, Bad on a Podcast this Thursday! Our friend and colleague Curtis W. Lawson has written a terrific and slightly crazy supernatural adventure novel called It’s a Bad Bad Bad Bad World, and he’s going to be talking about it on the Horrific Network podcast on Thursday, 6:30 Pacific Time (that’s 9:30 Eastern). It’s a real, live event, where you can call in and talk to him about Bad World or his other work, like The Devoured, a terrific tale of the Elder Gods in the Old West. What’s Bad about? Check it out: When the Vatican’s top assassin, a Rhodesian merc, a pair of serial killer lovers, a dirty cop, and a professional sadist compete in a mad race for a pair of priceless magical artifacts, betrayal, theft, and murder are just the opening moves in a game of death. Nico Leon, renowned artist for Ms. Marvel and Spider-Woman, has read — and loved — an advanced copy. “Curtis is able to create awesome, interesting characters full of life,” Nico said. ” He is one of the best writers I have had the pleasure to work with.” You can pre-order a copy on Amazon right here … and be sure to listen (and call in!) to Curtis on Thursday at 6:30 Pacific on The Horrific Network. Click here for details! Tristan Vick and his family — and all of Japan — need our help. Tristan Vick is one of Winlock’s authors — The Bitten series, and Scarecrow and Lady Kingston — and he and his family live in Japan…right on top of the fault that generated a 7.5 earthquake (over and over) just a few days ago. The damage was extensive, and relief — as always — has been slow and inadequate in the face of such devastation. So Tristan has recently set up a GoFundMe campaign designed to supply some much-needed short-term relief. Here’s what he has to say: Dear friends, and anyone listening, my family and I need your help! As you may know, on April 14th my hometown of Kumamoto, Japan, was hit by a high level 6.5 magnitude earthquake. If that wasn’t bad enough, on the following day of April 16th we were hit with an even bigger, more devastating 7.3 magnitude earthquake. In the following two weeks since the quakes Kumamoto, Japan, has been stricken with a record breaking 1,000+ aftershocks and quakes. That’s right, over 1,000 earthquakes in just two weeks! As you can imagine, it has been quite stressful. After the initial level 7.3 quake, my family was forced to evacuate our home. My wife, two kids, along with my wife’s parents (grandma and granda), and our two dogs were forced to live out of our car for a full week before our house was finally inspected. The city inspectors are handing out colored stickers marking the threat level of the damage to every home in the city. Green means your house is safe. Yellow means your house is severly damaged but structurally sound and will need major repairs. Red means your house is unsafe and structurally unsound and you need to be relocated to a shelter. We received a yellow warning. Our home is approximately 6km from the epicenter in Mashiki town of Kumamoto. That’s about ten city blocks. So our home was pretty battered. Everything is busted up. And since our house wasn’t crippled, our insurance won’t cover any of the damages. Like most families who are picking up the pieces and trying to put their lives back together after the quakes, we too need some relief effort. Here is a brief summary of the damages we incurred: Our water boiler bit the big one. We haven’t had hot water in two weeks. You often take the small things for granted, and after spending 5 days living out of a car, the first thing you want is a hot bath. A portion of our roof tiles fell off the roof, and now we’re using a blue tarp to keep the rain out of our house. We lost the east facing glass windows to our house. The neighbor’s cat keeps coming into our house because — hey — new hole to explore. Also, there’s a terrible draft and we need to replace two of our shattered large day windows. Every wall inside the house needs to be replaced due to the amount of damage done to the dry wall. Although they broke mainly along the seems, because our walls are covered with wallpaper (not paint) the wallpaper has been shredded and so the whole thing must come down and be replaced. We just need to be able to afford labor and materials for replacing the bulk of our home’s walls. 90% of our dishes were smashed in the quake and need replacing. Most of our bowls, plates, and cups — anything breakable basically — broke. It’s not a huge priority. We still have a few dishes that survived, but it’s still a cost that chips away at our repair budget. Family portraits lost glass from the frames when they crashed down from the walls, meaning we’ll need to replace all of those. Although a simple glass frame from the dollar store is all that will be required. But again, the accumulation of all the little repair fees that quickly add up. Many other small and annoying items need replacing. We lost our toaster oven. Our automatic water heater / tea kettle was broken. We lost our toaster oven. The clocks from our walls including a very nice coocoo clock. Many of our doorways in the house have shifted, and the doors need to be sanded down so they can open and close without getting stuck. And on and on it goes. It’s a big overwhelming to say the least. Our house isn’t earthquake insured, and it didn’t sustain enough damage for regular insurance to kick in, meaning we are stuck with the full financial burden of the repairs. And since it’s my wife’s family’s home, we can’t just up and move. Which means we will need to do some major fixing. Which costs money. As such, it seems we have little in the way of options and like many families, we are currently asking for some aid, relief, and help putting our lives back together. Any amount will help. Anything you can give that will help us get hot water and help us get back on our feet would make us so very grateful. As we start the laborous process of making repairs to our home, we would be forever indebted to those who, out of the kindness of your hearts, help my family get firmly back on our feet. You can lift us up. Any amount matters. Thank you so much. Sincerely and with gratitude, Tristan Vick Let’s all pull together and help Tristan, his family, and his community. CLICK HERE and give a little more than you think you can afford. It’s important. Announcing THE “SUPERNATURAL ROMANCE” NOVEL COMPETITION from Winlock Press It’s our first fiction competition ever, and we’re taking it seriously.The First Prize: Publication of YOUR NOVEL by WINLOCK PRESS, in e-book AND print form! Print form to be distributed by Simon & Schuster Winlock Press is expanding! With best-sellers in zombie apocalypse and prepper fiction, we’re looking for new worlds to conquer … and we’re setting our sites on Supernatural Romance. Editor-in-chief Monique Happy is a long-time fan of romance fiction – from Jayne Ann Krentz to J.D. Robb to Danielle Steele – and she’s ready to throw open the doors to the best new writers in the genre … but only with a supernatural twist. Think of Sookie Stackhouse … Buffy Summers … Kitty Norville … October Daye. Imagine joining the ranks of supernatural stories of passion and adventure like Tanya Huff’s The Blood Books, Laurell K. Hamilton’s Anita Blake Series, Kim Harrison’s The Hollows Series, and Patricia Briggs’ Mercy Thompson series. We’re way beyond Twilight here – into the twenty-first century, and in search of great new characters and intriguing new plot twists in magical new worlds. And you and your work can be the first book in Winlock’s new Supernatural Romance line! Competition Rules: Electronic entries only (Microsoft Word or PDF only) Complete manuscripts only – no portions or outlines Entry must include a cover letter that summarizes the book in 500 words or less – the author’s idea of the “promotional copy” you would find on the back cover or on Amazon, revealing the book’s central premise and strongest points. Author must possess and retain all rights of publication in all media (prior self-publication is acceptable, but entries may not have been issued by any other publisher) Complete manuscripts must be received by email no later than 12:00 midnight, June 1, 2016. GRAND PRIZE: A single-title publishing contract with Winlock Press, a division of Permuted Press, for publication in e-book and print form no later than December 2016! The competition begins now. Entries are being accepted at Entries due by MIDNIGHT, JUNE 1, 2016! SyFy’s The Expanse is all we could have hoped for in an adaptation The Syfy Channel’s adaptation of S.A. Corey’s excellent near-future SF series The Expanse was an anomaly from the very beginning: a TV show based on an actual book by actual SF writers, not a freshly made (and frequently derivative) one-off by TV People. When we first talked about it way back when, hopes were high … and for once, we’ve been pleasantly surprised. The first episode of The Expanse is available now on the SyFy Channel right here, and it’s amazing: beautifully designed, visually stunning, well (and even subtly) acted (including a wonderfully understated performance by Thomas Jane, goofy hat and all), and strangest of all: amazing faithful to the book. So often the dreaded TV People get hold of an sci fi property, hi-jack the title and a few basic copy points and just do their ‘thing.’ Usually the results are embarrassing, or at least boring (we have, for instance, low expectations for the upcoming adaptation of Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’s End). And even when the results are interesting, like the current run of Amazon’s excellent Man in the High Castle, loosely based on Phillip K. Dick’s classic novel, there’s a certain sense of loss: this is the book we remember. This is real. Not so in Expanse. Of course there are differences and some necessary short-hand. Multiple episodes notwithstanding, S.A. Corey’s novel and its sequels are complicated and rich, and way beyond the scope of an hour a week for a few weeks in a row. But what they do, they do right, and it’s a real joy to see it done so well. Enjoy the first episode on the SyFy Channel. From Sleeps With Monsters: Strong Female Characters and the Double Standard From Monique Happy, our fearless leader: a terrific article by Liz Bourke over on Here’s the first part; click over to Tor for the rest… Every now and then, I come across a blog post or an article about Strong Female Characters. (Sometimes several come along at once.) Often with the capital letters, usually decrying a simplistic reading ofstrength. True strength, these articles argue, goes beyond mere skill at arms and a sharp tongue. True strength encompasses so much more than shallow kickassery and badass posturing. Well, you know, I’m not likely to argue with that case. Strength, and courage, and virtue—notwithstanding its very manly Latin etymology—encompass more than surface-level traits. But I do find it interesting how this argument is almost always applied to female characters. How many posts and articles decry the shallow sorts of strength of the thriller hero—seldom sketched in more than two dimensions—a strength that can generally only be demonstrated by his competence with violence, his willingness to defy authority, and his occasional ability to make entertaining banter? More often you find them praised, or taken as the model for a whole subgenre, at least in terms of style. (Here I make sweeping generalisations, but no more sweeping than have been made in the other direction.) But show me a female character whose major characteristics arecompetence with violence, willingness to defy authority, and theoccasional ability to make entertaining banter, and I’ll show you a character who—I am willing to guarantee you—has been dismissed as entirely lacking depth, or as a “man with breasts,” or criticised for being insufficiently well-rounded, or not really “strong.” … Read more at Tor.Com Older posts ? Search Just a name and e-mail address, and you get to choose the Winlock e-book. For FREE. * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name Tweets by @WinlockPress Copyright ? 2016 Winlock Press. Submissions to Winlock Press About Winlock Press Contact Us Return to top Powered by WordPress and the Graphene Theme. Whois

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