Sunday, May 15, 2016

Where to find Correct Information About Jacqueline Lichtenberg

Incorrect Information About You As a Writer
May Turn Up In A Search Engine 


Readers used to "vet" you by looking you up in a "Who's Who" or similar paper book brought out front by a reference librarian (I'm in a lot of them).  Some of that info, printed on paper, would be out of date, and some of it never was true.

The same thing happens on the internet, only sometimes the info page is not dated.  What you read must be kept in your tentative-file, and not believed until confirmed by direct contact with the individual involved.

We all know better than to believe anything found on the internet.  Except, sometimes, you are in a hurry and find something that looks legitimate, and just use it as if it is true, or the whole truth.  Much of what is written about any public figure will have been written by enemies of that public figure.
Published writers are not immune to this phenomenon.


Here is an example that might be illustrative of using a well known name as click-bait for a scam selling information about Internet Figures, people known on social media to be influential.  It is possible this site might be collecting info with bots, then reselling it to advertisers.  They did not consult me before excerpting these items.

A friend of mine found my name used thusly:

It appears some of this is lifted from things like or and other subscription services -- where I often fill forms with untrue info because it's none of their business. A lot of it is true, and lifted from my sites -- Facebook -- -- by some kind of "bot" that really does not know how to read!  Some of it is true, or was at some time.  All of it is online somewhere, or was at one time or another.

What I'm posting here today is true as of August, 2016.

Note the copyright listings at the bottom of this page. Obviously, they are trying to conform to any legal details.

There is true "information" on that page mixed with information that is not true or way out of date.

Yes, I write books, and those are titles of mine -- but there exists newer information.

Here is where to get updated information and contact information:

You can find me on Facebook

And the Sime~Gen Group where it's easy to talk with me to directly verify information. It's not hard to get in touch.

You can talk to me on Twitter:

You can find me on LinkedIn

I'm on blogger:

I'm also on a numbeer of chat services such as whatsapp.

The master biography/bibliography that I update is:

There is a Sime~Gen wiki which is currently firmly edited by those who know what they're talking about -- but will be open to additions and embroidery by many casual readers trying to be helpful.  By then, we expect to have a paper printing of this Wiki's information in a Concordance of Sime~Gen which will be authoritative.

You can find my page on Amazon where you can use the "follow" button to get notified of new titles:

Or focus on the Sime~Gen Series:

Here is a documentary on French TV that has a few clips of me, and discusses my Star Trek series, Kraith:

And here is Kraith for free reading:

And of course, I own and update my own domain:

So if you find info on me you want to quote, check with me first.

Jacqueline Lichtenberg

Sunday, June 28, 2015

The 5 Tarot Book Series, The Not So Minor Arcana, is now available on Kindle:

All 5 volumes are available in one Kindle book, at a bargain price.

The Introductory Volume, Never Cross A Palm With Silver, and the volumes on Wands, Cups, Swords and Pentacles are available separately on Kindle.

At our Amazon Store, you can download the 5 books individually, the compilation as one volume, and the various novels mentioned as examples, including the Dushau Trilogy. 

Friday, March 2, 2012

Will be Updating Covers Soon


The Dushau Trilogy will get new covers soon.

Meanwhile, The Farris Channel (Sime~Gen #12)  is now available and there is an experimental blog set up for collecting reader impressions of the characters. 

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Still only available on Kindle


Dushau, Farfetch and Outreach are selling very well on Kindle.
Backlist eBooks has Dushau listed in their genre Lists on Amazon and you can find other novels that might satisfy that same itch for Science Fiction here:
Meanwhile, all the 8 previously published novels in the Sime~Gen Universe have been issued in a multitude of eBook formats, including Kindle and Nook, with 4 new titles in 2011.
Find them all here, and then you can search them on your favorite store.
Jacqueline Lichtenberg

Thursday, May 26, 2011

On Jacqueline Lichtenberg’s ‘Dushau’ by Diane Dooley - THE GALAXY EXPRESS

On Jacqueline Lichtenberg’s ‘Dushau’ by Diane Dooley - THE GALAXY EXPRESS

This is a review of DUSHAU that says:

In more recent science fiction romances, lust has usually reared its head by the end of the first chapter, if not the first page, if not the first sentence. Quite a difference. In ‘Dushau’ Krinata is horrified by the rumors that swirl after she is seen innocently leaving Jindegar’s cabin. It hasn’t even occurred to her that their relationship might be evolving into a love affair; she just knows she cares for him, admires him greatly and is prepared to die to save him and his species. I found the purity of their relationship, well...moving. I admired and respected them both. I hoped that, if not their relationship, then their friendship would survive and thrive, that they would both live long and be happy.

I’m looking forward to the rest of the story. ....
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Sunday, February 6, 2011

Media Fiction Blends Smoothly Into Print Fiction

Media Fiction Blends Smoothly Into Print Fiction I don't know if that link will still be "live" when you read this, but it is a brief run-down of Jean Lorrah and Jacqueline Lichtenberg fiction, and the reason why readers follow us.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

E-Reads: August '09 eBook Sales Triple Previous August

E-Reads: August '09 eBook Sales Triple Previous August

If you're behind the curve getting into ebooks, you may find Kindle just what you want.

It's designed for people who don't want to mess with a computer or know anything about how it works.

It has a readable screen that looks like paper and feels like you're reading on paper.

And it came out just about at the point where the graph of ebook sales started to go parabolic.

The world is changing whether we want it to or not, so reach up for a handhold on the future.

Jacqueline Lichtenberg

Friday, October 9, 2009

Dushau Trilogy Now on Kindle

All 3 novels in the Dushau Trilogy are now available on Kindle at .

If there's another format you would prefer, please drop a comment here.

These 3 novels are Alien Romance of the type we discuss on




Jacqueline Lichtenberg

Friday, September 11, 2009

Dedication from Dushau Trilogy #1

To Andre Norton, for writing Star Rangers, a.k.a. Last Planet, but not the sequel I felt it desperately needed, and for not being mad at me for threatening her, as she stood among the lovely flowers in her front yard, that I'd do it myself.

To Jean Airey for hours spent on my back porch enthusing about Doctor Who until I lit up, too.

To Judy Bemis and the many fans who've gone out of their way to show me tapes of Doctor Who. You may not see the derivation of Jindigar from The Doctor, or you may feel it's spoiled by the admixture with Star Rangers, but to me, it seems Zacathans and Time Lords share the same Tailored Effects with Dushau.

To Don, Elsie and Betsy for the spark that lit the conflagration (and for a lovely breakfast at Chicon IV).

To Marion Zimmer Bradley, for introducing me to Russ Galen.

To Russ Galen, for temerity, perspicacity, and audacity, as well as finesse.

To Nansey Neiman, for sheer nerve.

Jacqueline Lichtenberg

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Comment On The Dushau Trilogy

This blog will allow you to place comments separately about Dushau, Farfetch and Outreach.

New editions are in the works, in a variety of formats.

On this post, please place your comments on the trilogy as a whole.

Note on Amazon, these volumes are rare and not always available.