Die Laughing by Louis K Lowy, is a humorous, and yet poignant, science fiction, set in the 1950s, with gangsters, Las Vegas comedians, femme fatales, and the inevitable alien invaders. Saying much more will only spoil the read.
We’d like to share with you a great, and insightful, review of Lowy’s novel, which will help you decide if you want to purchase – and enjoy – it.
IFWG Publishing is proud of its children’s line of publications. We view children’s taste in fiction as being the source of adult’s love of speculative fiction.
While our Australian/UK Imprint have a strong line of kid’s fiction, we have three titles that cover a wide spectrum of subjects and themes, and each are beautifully illustrated.
Without further ado, here are our children’s titles:
Constellation Station by Gary Alexander Azerier (illustrated by Ioanny Dimov) Karl opened the book of maps. Inside, however, there were no maps. There seemed to be…a story!
It began: Through his room window, Karl could see the night was thick, but he could see pinpoints of gold and patches of orange light scattered along the horizon. Soon, thought Karl, he would reach Constellation Station. He had been planning this trip for as long as he could remember and now, finally, his dream would become realized…
Suitable for ages 8 to 12.
We are very pleased with the trade paperback version of Buxacan Spicerunner, the debut novel by Warren Goodwin. It will be available in a few days in Amazon, and will spider out to all good online stores over coming weeks. In the meantime, support the author and publisher, and visit our sales page, and order it now!
It is with pleasure that I announce the appointment of Stephen McCracken as IFWG Publishing’s Marketing Director.
He will take up his role in October/November 2014, however, he will be having an extended vacation in Canada/US/and possibly beyond in August/September, and is hoping to visit some of our authors on his journey.
He is based in Australia (soon, Melbourne, Victoria), and will also have an opportunity to meet the authors in this region of the globe.
IFWG Publishing has been in dire need of a marketer/publicist for its North American/International/Australian/UK operations, as well as SQ Mag, for a long time, and this appointment represents yet another tangible sign of our growth and maturity.
An early welcome to Steve! More details about him will appear in coming months.