Tuesday, August 24, 2010
cover for my upcoming book "Tina's Moon" , published by Daverana Enterprises.
This is the cover for my latest e book, "Dragon Insurrection".
You can buy "Dragon Insurrection"
and it's prequel, "Dragon Creed" at Smashwords.
"Dragon Creed" is also available at Amazon's Kindle store. http://www.amazon.com/Dragon-Creed-Thing-Do-ebook/dp/B003FMV5LI/ref=cm_cr_pr_pb_t
Thursday, July 15, 2010
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Thursday, June 03, 2010
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Saturday, May 08, 2010
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Make a note, stick it on your wall! Blog Jog Day is May 9th. This is a first-time event for EVERYONE to enjoy for FREE! Explore numerous interesting Websites and Blogs!
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Monday, April 12, 2010
Abandoned Towers Magazine - fantasy, fiction, westerns, articles, stuff for kids, audio stories, games
look in the fantasy section for Heart of a Mountain, by susie hawes. Nice to see this online
Thursday, April 08, 2010
I reviewed a book once for him, called Striking Back from Down Under. It's available at
You can read one of Bob's short stories there.
Bob always have something good on his newsletter. Check it out at httpt://mudsmith.net/bobbing.html
here's a link to january's Bobbing Around: http://mooramoora.org.au/bobrich/mudsmith/bobbing9-5.html
"With climate change in the news, I have done a new revision of Sleeper, Awake, the winner of the 2001 EPPIE Award for Science Fiction. "
I read and reviewed this one, and it was good stuff. The world building and character development were very strong, the plot tight, the action fast-paced and logical.
go here to read more about Bob Rich, mudsmith and wordsmith. http://mooramoora.org.au/bobrich/mudsmith/bobbing9-5.html#about
" Like all writing should be, Sleeper, Awake is about human emotion. Read this little snippet:"
- A sudden, loud booming noise made his head turn to the right. Ahead and about a hundred meters further out, a huge, blue-black shape surged out of the sea, rising far above Tamás's five meter height. Up, up the great whale soared, then the boy noted with horror that several smaller, but still very large shapes were attached on to her: to her tail, to a fin, to the end of the great sail on her back. These creatures were marked with black and white spots.
The whale turned at the top of her rise, and plunged head first back into the sea. A great plume of foam arose, marking her disappearance. Oh, the poor thing! Tamás thought, and changed direction toward the spot. By the time he got there, he could see no sign of the prey, or the pack of hunters. Saddened, he turned south once more.
Artif said, "Darling, that's life. Those orcas were hunting. They need food as much as you do."
"Surely, you're right. But that great, intelligent creature, to have to suffer like that!"
"We have no right to interfere in the workings of nature."
With his mind, he knew she was right. All the same, he wished he could have done something to help the whale, the victim, the sufferer. Sadly he traveled on, under the ever-wetting curtain of fine rain.
After perhaps another period, the gray world turned pink. First a wide, upwardly facing red sliver of a circle poked below the low clouds of the horizon. Soon, this sank into the sea, so that now a wide strip of fire with circular edges spanned sea and sky, at the edge of vision. A low-flying bright pink blanket lay low over a bright pink sea. A huge, brilliant double rainbow appeared, flying along with Tamás as he rhythmically rose and fell above the waves. He could not take his eyes from it, until he got a crick in his neck from looking to the side. The rainbow and its rosy background disappeared as the topmost tip of the sun drowned in the sea, but in his mind's eye the boy saw it for long after.
He flew on for a while, then ordered the camp down into the water. He landed on the flattened top, had a hot meal and a drink of chocken, then he tied on and settled for sleep. He turned himself face down, above the floating camp, in order to minimize the discomfort from the continuous drizzle.
He couldn't sleep for a long time, being kept awake by warring images of a rainbow sunset and a tortured whale, Nature at Her best and worst.
"The good news is that the book's publisher, Double Dragon e-books, is offering it at a price too low to resist, but only from their web site. And if you email me proof of purchase, you can have any of my other electronic titles for free."
Wednesday, April 07, 2010
My book is out at smashwords! http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/12534
Dragon CreedEbook By Susie Hawes
Published By Janrae Frank
Rating: Not yet rated.
Published: Apr. 06, 2010
Category: Fiction » Literature » Fantasy (general)
Words: 64531 (approximate)
Ebook DescriptionWhen you're the only dragon in a country where magic is illegal, what's a dragon gonna do? Fechum is an old dragon, lonely and crippled. Farquarte is his human apprentice. The society they live in is oppressive, over-regulating its citizens and suppressing its magical people. Farquarte decides the government needs an attitude change. Join them as they lock horns with the system
Tagscomedy adventure, comedy fantasy, dragon
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Sunday, April 04, 2010
Plug Your Blog! Potentially thousands of hits in one day! Long-term results! Permanent links! Join us for Blog Jog Day on May 9.
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Saturday, April 03, 2010
Thursday, April 01, 2010
just got the new art for my first book in the fantasy series, The Dragon Thing To Do
Pay no attention to the fact that he's looking to see if everything is growing. Although, from his facial expression, he doesn't look happy with what's going on down south.
Saturday, March 27, 2010
The Sojourn Chronicles began in Wizard's Bane with Dale, a member of Intergalactic Patrol, materializing in a garbage dump. Bereft of his powers and chased by a horde of blood thirsty creatures known as Gorg. he set out to try and find a way home.
But the universe had other ideas.
A simply quest to get back to the fleet turned into a major undertaking - to save the world from certain destruction. Fortunately, Dale gained the help of several people who joined him on his journey. Unfortunately, none of them had any idea how they were supposed to stop the unstoppable.
Little by little the riddles have untangled, and The Lost Lands finds the company approaching their goal - the shining castle of King Yaybar, located at the heart of everything.
But the Gorg are on the move, King Yaybar is still hundreds of miles away, the only transportation that the party has is their feet and their dragon, Qhui, has vanished.
Will they make it in time? Or will all their hard work prove to have been in vain? Only time will tell.
Sunday, January 17, 2010
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My poem "Making Coffee in the Dark, with Linda" is up today on Every day Poets. check it out:
* The Gazebo - by Crystalwizard
* Close Encounter of the Preposterous Kind - by Ahmed Khan
* Aftermath - by Monty Wheeler
* The Lion and the Mouse - by Kaolin Imago Fire
* Aleskei's Revolution, Part 1 - by Wade Ogletree
* Owning The Voice - by ggspiritwrites
* review: http://www.everydayfiction.com/
* review: Wizard’s Bane - Book One of the Sojourn Chronicles
* review: SFReader.com
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