World Weaver Press is pleased to announce not one but two newly signed authors today, Cheryl Low and Larry Hodges! We hope you're as excited to meet them and read their work as we were. And be sure to add their forthcoming books to your Goodreads "to-read" lists before you leave.
Cheryl Low was born and raised in California only to later chase her romantic lead around the globe to the north of Sweden. When not writing, reading, at the gym, or on adventure, she is likely to be found eating candy and watching horror flicks. She loves sugar in almost all its magnificent forms, craft projects though she does not follow directions, baking without adhering to recipes, notebooks of all sorts, and comfy chairs.
Cheryl Low's novel Vanity in Dust, edited by Laura Harvey, is set in a decadent dark fantasy world of hedonism, addiction, and political intrigue. Add Vanity in Dust to your Goodreads lists.
Larry Hodges, from Germantown, MD, was going to be a math professor (bachelor's in math), but science fiction writing and table tennis (yes, ping-pong) sidetracked him, and now he writes (and coaches the latter) for a living. He is an active member of Science Fiction Writers of America with over 70 short story sales. Campaign 2100: Game of Scorpions is his third novel, and combines three of his favorite things: science fiction, politics, and table tennis. He's a graduate of the six-week 2006 Odyssey Writers Workshop and the 2008 Taos Toolbox Writers Workshop, and is a member of Codexwriters.com. His story "The Awakening" was the unanimous grand prize winner at the 2010 Garden State Horror Writers Short Story Competition. He's a full-time writer with ten books and over 1600 published articles in over 140 different publications. He also writes about and coaches the Olympic Sport of Table Tennis, is a member of the USA Table Tennis Hall of Fame (Google it!), and once beat someone using an ice cube as a racket. Visit him at larryhodges.org.
Larry Hodges' science fiction novel Campaign 2100: Game of Scorpions, edited by Eileen Wiedbrauk, blends the political drama of The West Wing with a story of Earth's first alien contact, and will come out from World Weaver Press in 2016. Add Campaign 2100 to your Goodreads lists.
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