Month: November 2016 (Page 1 of 2)
This post details PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF administrator Shannon Muir’s experiences talking about book blogs and other resources for finding new book reads as part of LOSCON 43, held November 25-27, 2016, at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott.
Pictured from left to right: Aviya Amir, Shannon Muir
THE PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF brings you mysteries by Shannon Muir, serialized on Tumblr blogs. These may or may not be released in book form in future.
Myanna Moore: Haunted by the Truth – Serialized adventures of potentially paranormally gifted investigator Myanna Moore as she unravels the mystery of her own life. Episodes One and Two complete. Subsequent installments released as special one week events on months where there are 5 weekends.
You can always find out the latest release schedule on the WEB FICTION SERIALS page.
Further changes may occur based on popularity or how the web serials evolve in relation to the site readership.
The MYANNA MOORE: HAUNTED BY THE TRUTH serial fiction presented by PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF, written by administrator Shannon Muir, now has its first full installments available for purchase in e-book form. In addition to the episode as it first appeared on the Tumblr site, each includes stories, novellas, or novels that take place in the same world as Myanna Moore. Most of these materials were previously released, but marketed in a different manner. The backing materials in what will be episodes Five and Six of the six-episode arc will contain never before released novels.
Each installment is 99 cents USD.
Find out more about Epsiodes One and Two and where to purchase them!
Shannon Muir, administrator of THE PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF, will appear at LosCon 43. LOSCON is run by the Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society, the world’s oldest, continuously active science-fiction and fantasy club founded in 1934. Shannon appeared on several panels several years ago for LOSCON 36 and really looks forward to making a return appearance.
While she will be there all weekend, one panel in particular discusses book blogs like THE PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF – and will certainly delve into other online sources – as a force for finding new reads, with an emphasis on science fiction and fantasy,which find their roots in the pulp era. If you are into these genres, come check out the panel, along with other great panels on BOOKS AND LITERATURE, at LOSCON 43 on Thanksgiving Weekend of 2016!