UF author Mark Henry gave his website a make-over. Love the coffin! Check it out! There’s even a contest. Visit the site and check the sidebar.
Shayara is an urban-fantasy illuminated manuscript by Shira Lipkin. (As it’s not 100% illustrated, I don’t know that you can call it a webcomic.) It will start in earnest on March 2, and be published thereafter on Tuesdays and Thursdays; you’ll always get at least one page, but generally, you’ll get as much as the story demands.
Simon Owens reports that Tor will be offering social networking. Patrick Neilson-Hayden, senior editor at Tor says, “Yes, it will involve lightweight ’social networking’ features, although I don’t think those will be the core value proposition of the site,” he said. “We’re not going into competition with Facebook.” Get Owens’s full story here.
Author Rachel Vincent unveiled a new website: http://rachelvincent.com/index.htm
New graphics, new layout, though much of the content remains the same. Looks great!
A new site put together by Raven M. Ridley is looking for story contributions– with a twist. Each story will be set in the same world– that is, this world, but with the existence of elves. (Think Terri Windling’s Borderlands series.)
Check out the site for more information: Aether and Aer.