I’m a bit late in posting this, but wanted to make sure everyone hears about the Suvudu Free Library: http://www.suvudu.com/freelibrary/
So far the following novels are available for free download:
His Majesty’s Dragon by Naomi Novik
Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb
Settling Accounts: Return Engagement by Harry Turtledove
Red Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson
Blood Engines by T.A. Pratt
Supposedly, new Random House science fiction/fantasy novels will be added each month. Be sure to sign up for updates to get alerted when new ones become available.
And best of all, readers can download the novels in several ways: PDF, Kindle, Sony Reader, Scribd.com, and Stanza on iPhone.
Now you have no excuses. Get reading.
Four years ago today, I bought the name SciFiChick.com. It started out as just a place to talk about favorite books, movies, and TV. And it still is. I just have quite a few more visitors!
Thanks for reading!
Free Download: Neil Gaiman’s A Study In Emerald
Audible.com is offering a free download of the audio book Neil Gaiman’s A Study In Emerald. A wonderful short story from Harper Collins and available FREE (NO CREDIT CARD REQUIRED).
Click here for the free download.
Free Audiobook Page Link
Audible.com now has a free audiobook page featuring full audiobooks and first chapters. You can be the first to download a wide array of titles and genres.
Click here to download a free audio book now!
Tonight is the series finale of Stargate: Atlantis; and TVguide.com has an interview with star David Hewlett: http://www.tvguide.com/News/David-Hewlett-Says-1001310.aspx
And Robert Picardo’s Stargate Atlantis Memories:
Meanwhile, I’ll be waiting impatiently for Stargate Universe to get here.
Lucasfilm announces Star Wars: Clone Wars Catch-Up Marathon
The following is the press release:
Although the final original episodes of STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS have aired for the remainder of 2008, there’s no dearth of CLONE WARS fun available at Starwars.com to keep fans busy until Jan. 2, including the first-ever online “marathon,” which begins on Monday.
Starting Dec. 22, all 10 episodes of the hit Cartoon Network series that have aired to date will be available online at the official Star Wars website and at CartoonNetwork.com. What’s more, each episode features a video commentary by supervising director Dave Filoni; a web comic; and a detailed episode guide containing concept art and additional insights into STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS.
The online marathon ends on Monday, Jan. 5.
And on Friday, Jan. 2, the first new CLONE WARS episode of 2009, “Dooku Captured,” debuts at 9 p.m. on Cartoon Network.
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