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GoodReads book giveaway: BROKEN SLATE by Kelly Jennings!

November 14, 2011

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Crossed Genres is having a GoodReads giveaway for Kelly Jennings’ novel Broken Slate! Goodreads Book Giveaway Broken Slate by Kelly Jennings Giveaway ends November 22, 2011. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter to win “BROKEN SLATE is unexpectedly engrossing, with enough strength of character at its core to drag one along its richly carved [...]

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Crossed Genres to publish INK by Sabrina Vourvoulias

October 24, 2011

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Crossed Genres Publications is extremely thrilled to announce that we’ve agreed to publish the debut novel of Sabrina Vourvoulias! INK is a dark near-future extrapolation of the current climate in the United States surrounding immigration. This stunning novel explores the personal impact of the escalation from rhetoric to execution. Sabrina Vourvoulias is a Latina newspaper [...]

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Crossed Genres releases Kelly Jennings’ novel BROKEN SLATE Friday 7/15 [Buying Day]

July 14, 2011

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Crossed Genres Publications is proud to announce the publication of Kelly Jennings’ intense science fiction novel BROKEN SLATE! Taken from his family’s merchant ship at the age of fourteen, Martin Eduardo endured years in the brutal contract labor system on the planet Julian. Now a contract rebellion brews. The precarious – and emotionally costly – [...]

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CGP re-opens to novel submissions!

April 5, 2011

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That’s right, after a long break, Crossed Genres Publications is once again OPEN to novel submissions! We’re looking for completed speculative fiction manuscripts of 50,000-100,000 words. Advances and royalties for accepted titles, to be published in print and ebook formats. Please visit the novel submissions page for more details. Send us your best, brightest and [...]

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The conclusion of Broken Slate is here!

March 22, 2011

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It had been an ice storm, followed by a thaw and a freeze. Deja set him to clear the gutters, miserable, useless work, since he had to pry ice off grime and stone, and since the weather link said another thaw was due the next day. Martin didn’t mind. It kept him out of the [...]

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Broken Slate Chapter 15 is up! The penultimate chapter!

March 8, 2011

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Deja took them back to Durbin, putting Martin in the below-stairs dorm there and giving him the worst work in the house, to impress upon him and everyone else how low Martin had sunk. He didn’t speak to Martin otherwise, except when he came around to tell him about the bids he had gotten on [...]

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Broken Slate chapter 14 is up!

February 22, 2011

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The next morning, he couldn’t get up. Every muscle had seized, locked stiff with pain, and he burned with fever. He knew the fever was partly from the ‘tropes, which ran him on overdrive when they kicked into repair mode. He knew it meant he was healing. That knowledge didn’t make the pain any easier [...]

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Broken Slate chapter 13 is up!

February 9, 2011

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Kistur did stay. He slept below stairs, spending his days in the stable, coming in only for meals. He didn’t speak to Martin; just dealt with the horses, and helped Pia manage the boiler, which, as it developed, took some managing. “He says he stayed because you gave him shit about taking care of the [...]

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Broken Slate chapter 12 is up!

January 26, 2011

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He and Deja had been back to Strauss Estate a half a dozen times over the years since they had gone up to Durbin, but they hadn’t stayed at the Estate House – when they came, it was to camp in the mountains, or to stay at the lodge at the lake. Deja’s rooms had [...]

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Broken Slate Chapter 11 is up! (Finally)

January 14, 2011

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Harper was working on a post for the Republic Society of Science page. The editors wanted revisions, which work had Harper in a furious, delighted, evil mood. And meanwhile, he had Martin doing most of his work. Oh, he gave his lectures. But Martin built his boards, found his captures, took all his labs and [...]

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