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Author Archives: Janet Edwards
Scavenger Alliance is now available in both ebook and paperback formats. Scavenger Alliance is set in the same future universe as Earth Girl, but centuries earlier at the end of Exodus century, and features an ancestor of Jarra. Full details … Continue reading
There’s a new guest post from me at Author Allsorts. This one is about why I chose to write science fiction.
There’s another guest post from me over at Author Allsorts. It was supposed to be about choosing an author I’d like to have a masterclass from. It somehow turned into a piece about Stephen King’s book “On Writing”.
There’s a new guest post from me over at Author Allsorts. It’s about the first story I wrote. That was almost ten years ago, and my tenth publication was out this week, hence the title is Now We Are Ten. That … Continue reading
Available Worldwide in Ebook. Some outlets are still loading KINDLE:- USA UK AU CA DE FR ES IT NL ITUNES:- USA UK AU CA DE Also:- Kobo – Nook – Google Play – Indigo – Scribd – Inktera –Hugendubel – Bücher – … Continue reading
I will be at Eastercon UK at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole over the Easter weekend. If you’re there, then please say hello. On Friday evening, I’m on the SF Infrastructure and Engineering panel, along with Andrew Lane, Stan Nicholls, John Bray, … Continue reading
My latest book, Reaper, is now available worldwide in a variety of ebook formats and as a 346 page paperback. In the year 2519, people on Earth don’t grow old and die any longer, their bodies are frozen and they start … Continue reading
I know many people are dependent on borrowing books from libraries. Now the extras in the Earth Girl series are available in paperback and on Overdrive, I’m pleased to see they are starting to appear in libraries in the USA. … Continue reading
I’ve just been looking at the post I put up a year ago, where I said that I had a host of book-related plans for 2016. As it turned out, 2016 was a problematical year, when too many good people made their … Continue reading