Go here to read a great interview with author E.D. Brady.
Ted and Raymond are two frog friends who grew up together. In Ted and Raymond books they teach a lot of different things. Some are patience, team work, friendship, making the best of hard work, differences, helping others, fire cautiousness, having fun, being different, ABC’s, colors, shapes, numbers 1-10, Jesus birth, God loves everybody, sea, fish, animals, and lots of fun for kids. Ted and Raymond are short stories for children and every one of them have big messages. Educational, fun, exploring, adventures and much more kids will love. Go here to find out more about these books by Rhonda Patton and Chester McDaniel
Bibliocracy EBooks invites everyone to visit their web siteand contribute a short story about what happened between Han Solo’s wife and Chewie. The best story will be promoted as well as the author and his books. Also view the video at this link.
Stephan Pastis the former lawyer-turned-cartoonist behind the daily comic strip Pearls before Swine, was recently interviewed in The Los Angeles Times.
Have a peek at Lucy Felthouse’snew book cover. Grand Slam is an erotic romance she co-authored with Lily Harlem.
A review of Sliding on the Snow Stone by Andy Szpuk can be found at this link.
Kharisma Rayne would like to start featuring an author each month in her newsletter. If you’re interested, send an email to KharismaRhayne@gmail.com with Author Spotlight in the subject line. There is a stipulation: that you must agree to send a free ebook to one of the newsletter subscribers the month you are featured (there are currently 500 subscribers).
Gary Ponzo signed a contract with a publisher to produce an audiobook version of his Nick Bracco series. They are wanting to fast-track the process, so look for this to be available within 8-10 weeks. First up: A Touch of Deceit.
Dark Dragon Publishing is proud to announce that Tyner Gillies was one of Fan Expo Vancouver’s Author Guests. If you missed the event, you can still get a copy of The Watchhere.
Jill Pennington’s book The diary of a single parent abroad is a true account of expat life with three kids, no man and no money on a Italian mountain, where wine is cheaper than water, so not all bad. Click here for the paperback, and the Kindle version at this link.
Famelton Writing Services’ aim is help aspiring authors with manuscript assessment, editing and proof reading before they approach publishers and agents. Go here to give their page a “like.”
If anyone would like a free review copy of Katheryn Lane’s next romance series, The Sheikh’s Beloved, send an email to KatherynLane1@hotmail.com for a .PDF copy.