Every Thursday, you could receive the Science Fiction Fantasy Books newsletter. This newsletter will tell you what the latest article is about and provide you with a simple link to get there. It will inform you of any upcoming games or contests, conventions or awards in the realms of Fantasy and the universes of Science Fiction.
The SF/F Books column here at BellaOnline will provide reviews of great books for Middle Readers, Young Adults, Adults and Erotica. It will introduce you to fresh new authors and classic novelists. There are Discussion Guides for book clubs and up-to-date information about all the different types of science fiction and fantasy sub-genres. Once a month, there will be an article dedicated to Conventions and Faires - and not just the when and where variety. You'll learn about cosplay, panels, autographs, etiquette, accommodations, gaming, vendors, volunteering, contests, charity, and words to the wise. There are interviews with writers, illustrators and publishers from all over the world who are eager to share their creations with you.
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I look forward to communicating with you through this newsletter, the forum, and of course, face to face at the next convention. If you love Science Fiction and Fantasy Books and can't wait for the next one, stop by my column and I'll tell you wonderful things about what's out there.