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Monday, 26 December 2011

SEEN This Week 12/26/11

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and got everything they asked for. In midst of the holiday rush, many in the book world had news to offer this past week:

Christine Schwab (Take Me Home From the Oscars) is starting a blog before the end of the year to help in her goal of getting rid of the "old folks arthritis."

Lisa Scottoline's new book Come Home is scheduled to be released April 10, 2012. Go to to pre-order and read the first chapter.

Adam Sifre's Inside My Shorts: 30 Quickies may now be purchased on Smashwords and Amazon.

Pfoxmoor Publishing proudly welcomes The Battle of Sheol author Barbara Neville. Click here to read the complete press release.

Don Martin is looking for another writer to collaborate with. The work will be short non-fiction, and is under contract for publication. He is looking for published writers, but will also consider others (such as students) who want to get some publication credits under their belts. The work is not paid. Preferably the writer will live in So. Arizona, but others will be considered. Contact via Facebook if interested.

Mel Comley was interviewed December 20 by top thriller writer Robert Bidinotti on his blog.

Need covers for your ebooks? Graphicz X designs ready-to-go and custom ebook covers from just $30 Feel free to drop by and have a peek!

A Thirty-Something Girl by LM Stull is now available for sale on BookieJar.

G. R. Holton's sci-fi novel Deep Screams won the Books and Books of the Year Best Science Fiction for 2011.

Barnes and Noble just reduced the NOOK edition price for Joanna Lee Doster's book Maximum Speed to $0.99. Be sure to download a copy.

Do you have news that you'd like to see in a future column? Either post it on a related site or email before the following week. Also follow me on Twitter @lacarrington1.

Have a safe and happy New Year! May 2012 bring you prosperity and success.

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