Monday, December 1, 2008

Pixl Press Canada, Excellence in Publishing

Pixl Press is a Publishing House in Vancouver, Canada. Currently, we publish non-fiction books, DVDs and audiobooks). At some point in the future we may consider fiction (e.g., science fiction, fantasy, romance, thrillers).

Pixl Press specializes in guidebooks on:
  • fiction and non-fiction writing
  • blogging & internet use
  • science (especially for the non-scientific)
  • travel
  • wellness
  • the environment.
We also publish books on nature, philosophy and art.

NEW! Look for our books in "The Alien's Guidebook Series":
  • The Fiction Writer: Get Published, Write Now! -- available May 31, 2009
  • The Alien's Guide to Cool Blogging -- in progress
  • The Alien's Dictionary of Commonly Used Writing Terms -- in  progress
  • The Alien's Cool Guide to Social Networking -- in progress
  • The Journal Writer: Finding Your Voice (The Alien's Cool Guide to Journal Writing) -- available spring 2013
Coming Soon!

The Fiction Writer: Get Published, Write Now!
--the first of the Alien's Guidebook Series on Writing and Publishing by Nina Munteanu and various other writers
A practical writer's guide for the beginner writer from an erudite Alien's perspective, with easy to adopt instruction guaranteed to improve your writing here or in any other galaxy.

(release date May 31, 2009  (print) through Starfire World Syndicate.

Here's what some readers have said about Nina's helpful tips:
"Beautifully informative!" -- Brady Frost, blogger
"Great points; this is an inspiration for me. It's so motivating to read...and get hyped for the work ahead." -- Blackburn, blogger and writer
"Great writing lessons! They are practical and simple for any budding writer." -- Graham Seager, blogger and writer
About the author: Nina is The Passionate Writer. She has published short stories all over the planet (with translations by magazines into Greek, Romanian, Polish, and Hebrew. Her latest novel, “Darwin’s Paradox” (a science fiction ecological thriller by Dragon Moon Press), explores humanity’s co-evolution with machine intelligence and Nature’s intelligence. She also writes critical essays and reviews, several of which have appeared in Strange Horizons, IROSF, and The New York Review of Science Fiction. Nina is a regularly invited speaker at science and writers conferences, book clubs, schools and universities. Nina served for a time as assistant editor-in-chief of Imagikon, a Romanian webzine and is contributing writer of Suite 101, an international online newsmagazine. You can visit Nina’s award-winning blog, The Alien Next Door, which hosts lively discussions on pop culture, travel, science, science fiction, writing and philosophy. To book one of Nina's online workshops or coaching sessions go to

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