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New Sci Fi Novel by Kenneth Eng

If this counts as spam, feel free to delete it.

I’d like to tell people about my latest novel, the Aquarium. It’s about a group of CIA agents who investigate a haunted aquarium. This aquarium is loaded with paranormal phenomena, including horrific monsters that have been mutated by psychic powers. Here’s the link on Amazon.com:

http://www.amazon.com/The-Aquarium-ebook/dp/B007J3T9OY/ref=sr_1_1?s=book...

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New Member

Hello all,


I am the new kid on the block and I have been working on my story so far. I hope to have some things to critique soon. Hopefully in a week or so. I am trying to work get a chapter at a time to be looked over. I hope that this is acceptable if not, tell me what is the prossess is. Thanks

Zenwolf121's picture

New Member

Hello all,


I am the new kid on the block and I have been working on my story so far. I hope to have some things to critique soon. Hopefully in a week or so. I am trying to work get a chapter at a time to be looked over. I hope that this is acceptable if not, tell me what is the prossess is. Thanks

So. I just joined . . .

But it looks as if this whole site is starting to die. I was really interested in the Projects section, but there's nothing there . . .or am I just blind?

I love using bulletin boards, because - well, it's easy to keep straight who's saying what.

<> Or is this group more email than web board?

Dead

Wow, this board is dead. Maybe we should start the embalming process.

It Won't Be Kirk and Spock

Woohoo! I've learned that the earlier news about Trek XI is incorrect. More details're at http://www.empireonline.com/news/story.asp?NID=18614 At this point Abrams still seems to be leaning towards doing a story set during the time of Kirk. It MIGHT turn out OK, but this is not taking a bold new step in the future with the Trek franchise. Gene Roddenberry didn't always go in the right direction with Trek, but watching how Trek is being twisted about gives me food for thought regarding making one's story ideas the property of a studio whose leadership changes every few months. Unlike Lucas, Roddenberry didn't own his own company, so Trek didn't necessarily pass into good hands after his passing. There have been some excellent people, though, like Harve Bennet, Ron Moore, and Michael Pillar. Along with some not so hot producers, who dragged Trek into the ground and ran it off the air. Berman and Braga come to mind.

Upcoming Trek flick

Hi all,

I'm passing this along from someone who got it off an AOL board, I believe.

>>>'Star Trek' Franchise Set for Revival
2008 Film to Be Directed by Man Behind 'Lost'
Reuters
LOS ANGELES (April 21) - More than three years after the last "Star
Trek" movie crashed at the box office, the venerable sci-fi franchise
is being revived by the director of the upcoming "Mission: Impossible"
sequel, Daily Variety reported in its Friday edition.

The as-yet-untitled "Star Trek" feature, the 11th since 1979, is
aiming for a fall 2008 release through Paramount Pictures, the Viacom
Inc. unit looking to restore its box-office luster under new

we're baaaaaack

Just checking to see if I can post here. It's good to be back...now once I stop working 60-hour weeks I might even be able to start contributing again.

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