Contests, indie projects, news and more…

Hi everyone! Seems like a good time for a potpourri post. Here is a bit of what’s happening here, there, and yonder.

Mark your calendars! The dates for the 2015 Coastal Magic Convention have been confirmed. It will be February 5-8, 2015 at the Daytona Beach Hilton.

BoxArtDON’T FORGET about our Avengers giveaway! Win a Blu-Ray/DVD copy of AVENGERS CONFIDENTIAL: BLACK WIDOW & PUNISHER.  See the giveaway post for details on how to enter.

For another chance to win, visit SF Signal.

SFR in the news. Did you see this great post about SFR on the USA Today’s HEA blog? Kudos to Veronica Scott for getting SFR out to the HEA audience.

Here is a fun new project: Imaginapped. According to filmmaker Stian Hafstad, it’s a fun sci-fi/fantasy adventure film. Set in a world where imaginary friends are real, and every kid has a superhero or monster following them around as an extension of their personality. When Olivia’s (8) imaginary friend is kidnapped, she has to suck up her pride and ask the scheming boy next door for help. But in order to get her imaginary friend back, she has to learn to have faith in someone other than herself.


You can find out more and support Stian’s project on

NEW SFR to read!  Heather Massey of the Galaxy Express, recently interviewed author Sharon Lynn Fisher over on SF Signal. Sharon’s second book, The Ophelia Prophesy, was released from TOR earlier this month. The book garnered a four (out of a possible 4.5) star review from RT Book Reviews. This one is definitely on my TBR.

Heather also has a great post on the SFR April 2014 new releases.

SFR on the small screen. I recently discovered a show called Star Crossed on the CW.  It airs Mondays at 8PM Eastern. I don’t know how I’d missed this, but it is by definition SFR which is pretty cool. Sadly I missed the first couple of episodes and the episode I did watch seemed a little flat. Really hoping it gets better. Regardless, kudos to CW for continue to invest in SF on the small screen.

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I’d love to hear what you’ve been reading, watching, and geeky out over, so please use the comments to share cool stuff!