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This form is for those of you who are interested in becoming SciFi Diner Correspondents for the SciFi Diner Podcast. We are looking for people who can give us Science Fiction Convention reports, do interviews, and give us book and movie reviews. The perks of this is that we can get you into conventions as press and that means in many cases free. Once the form has been filled out, give us a week to look over it. We’ll have a code of Con-duct (spelling intentional) we’ll need you to agree to since you’ll be representing the Diner. It’s not too strenuous. And we’ll probably want to chat with you too. We look forward to having you on board.

 

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Posted by Update on The Chronic Rift Network (May 18 to July 18, 2014) | Creative Criticality, on July 19th, 2014, at 11:13 am. #.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 19, 2015 | Kalispell, Montana

Visit ronglick.com for contact details, review copies, photos, and an author bio.

Ron Glick’s Epic Fantasy Series Creates New Impact

“Three” – Third Book In the Godslayer Cycle – Releases on July 1, 2015 In Print and Kindle Format

Ron Glick made his debut into fantasy fiction in 2011 with the publication of “One”, the first volume of the Godslayer Cycle. Since then, Ron has proven himself a diverse voice in literature with The Oz-Wonderland and Chaos Rising series , a dozen volumes of Ron El’s Comic Book Trivia, and even a political expose about corruption in Montana, “U.S. Political Prisoner Since 2004”. Now, Ron returns to the series that started it all for the third installment in his nine volume epic destined to redefine divinity within fantasy fiction, “Three”.

In the Godslayer Cycle, two rival groups of Gods – The Pantheon and the New Order – vie for the faith of mortal souls throughout the world of Na’Ril. With the eldest group on the verge of extinction, nine mystical swords capable of slaying Gods are created, but lost within the mortal realm. Nathaniel Goodsmith is selected as the Avatar of the Pantheon to seek out the swords and use them on their rivals before the New Order can discover their purpose.

In “Three”, Nathaniel has returned home to await the awakening of the third sword, but he is shocked to find the third sword following him there. But this sword is unlike any of the others that have come before. Three is not a sword that controls perception or elemental power, but instead gives its wielder mastery over time itself. What better way to destroy a Godslayer than to send him to a time before he ever was one? And without the Godslayer in the present, who can possibly stand against a conspiracy of immortals seeking revenge against their errant parents, the Gods themselves?

“Highly engaging and engrossing, with interesting and believable characters…” – Kyra Dune, on “One”

“This tale is woven with the matrix of mystery, myth, magic and mayhem and I loved every minute of it, being hooked from the start.” – Julie Elizabeth Powell, on “Two”.

Ron Glick (born January 20, 1969) is a community activist, and is presently active in several charitable enterprises. He was born in Plainville, KS. After living in various states, he currently lives in Kalispell, MT. He is the author of The Godslayer Cycle, Chaos Rising, the Oz-Wonderland series, and Ron El’s Comic Book Trivia, as well as having written a screenplay adaptation of The Wizard In Wonderland. Additionally, he created the Golden Age Preservation Project as a means of making Golden Age comics more accessible to modern audiences. His expose, U.S. Political Prisoner Since 2004, broke him away from his fictional works to shed light upon political corruption in Montana.

Ron loves contact and welcomes input on his work through his Twitter accounts or through direct contact on his site.

-ENDS-

Posted by Ron Glick, on June 24th, 2015, at 7:09 pm. #.

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