I want to boost the signal about this. A major art theft scam is revealed, with links to some articles and the like:
And an update:
So the Office of Letters and Light (the wonderful people who run NaNoWriMo for us every November) have decided to run a couple summer sessions of their popular novelling insanity. They've deemed it Camp NaNoWriMo.
Needless to say, the moment I saw they were going to do something like this, I had to jump on it. I haven't decided if I'll be doing both the July and August sessions yet, but I'm not ruling out the possibility.
I'm using this as a much-welcomed opportunity to try and get ahead on a few original projects I've been lazy about starting.
So that's all from me! Back to my wordcount.
So a friend of mine recently got herself a book published. This project has been years in the making, and Itara: Son of C'reseth by M.K. Presson is the first book of her Itara trilogy.
Says the author (in the summary taken from the net):
For half a century, war has waged between the citizens of Itára, and the macabre forces of the golden-eyed dragons of the Svorin Dominion. The despotic Krai'ta'or, Tochravanthis, seeks to control the continent out of vengeance fueled by a deep hatred for the magic-bearing humans known as P'nai. The legend of the Ihánar is the cornerstone for the Ferryn-those fighting to remain free. Mason Kitch ha