Authors on Show has branched out into yet another arena: its very own online newspaper, which is updated daily, many stories from tweets by followers.
Skyhorse Publishing provided 650 copies of Christine Schwab's books for the November 2 Arthritis Foundation's Commitment To A Cure gala honoring Teri Hatcher.
William D'Andrea has written and published two novels dealing with environmental concerns, A Gatored Community, written as a collaboration between him and writer Andalib Marx, deals with the effects of global warming. Unfortunately, Andalib Marx was killed in an auto accident during the first weekend of October 2011.
William's second book is We the People Are Good to Eat, deals with overpopulation.
November 1 was launch day for Hunter's Crossing, the latest book by Nya Rawlyns.
XoXo Publishing Presents: Exclusive Chocolates For Me and You Group. Recipes, submission guidelines, fund raising and much more! Stop by and check it out.
The Frugal eReader recommended Twisted Fire by Joanne Ellis among their recent selections.
John Booth's new book, House of Silver Magic, will be released November 11. Click here to read a review.
Shay Fabbro posted an interview with Thomas A. Knight, author of The Time Weaver.
For the first of their November 2011 e-book author interviews and e-book reviews, eBook Muncher is delighted to introduce the talented Kristen Stone and her wonderful book Edge of Extinction.
Indie Chicks ran a marvelous feature, 25 Women 25 Personal Stories, which tell stories from twenty-five women from different parts of the world.
Faith Mortimer wrote on her Twitter that theAfter Dark short stories with a paranormal theme will be sold to raise money supporting Medecins Sans Frontieres.
My news for the week:
The TripAdvisor forums featured my recent blog post Pittsburgh Named Among “Best in the World” by National Geographic Traveler as a link back article.
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