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Monday, 30 January 2012

SEEN This Week 1/30/12

This week's author and book news:

Joel Mark Harris will be signing copies of his latest novel A Thousand Bayonets at the Beloit International Film Festival. The festival will take place February 16-19.

First Bitten by Samantha Towle is listed on free Kindle downloads at the moment if you fancy a copy. Be sure to leave a review what you thought of this book.

Stephen Pearl will have a table featuring his books at the Con-G: Guelph's Anime and Geek Culture Convention, which takes place in Guelph, Ontario, Canada February 25-26, 2012.

Diane Nelson Diane Nelson shared her experience with Twitter on Hannah Warren's blog January 24.. Be sure to check out Give 'Em the Bird.

Have a look and pick up a copy of The Prodigal's Foole by Richard B.Wood for only $3.99.

K College Tonbridge and Ashford spread the word about Teresa Geering doing a creative writing seminar for them. K College at Dover wants her to do a seminar as well. Want to see a photo of the Night Publishing book stand at the Learning Resource Centre?

The Belfast Telegraph posted a review of Edward John's book, Murdo.

Sara Curran-Ross' romantic suspense set in a French chateau in the Loire Valley called Sleeping Love has just been released by Hellfire Publishing. Check it out on Smashwords.

Magnolia Nights, a short story by Robb Grindstaff, appears in the latest issue of Palo Verde Pages, an Arizona literary magazine. The Palo Verde Pages: Volume 2, Issue 4 can be found on Kindle.

Killer Nashville: A Conference for Thriller, Suspense and Mystery Writers and Lovers will take place August 23-26, 2012. Click here to register and get an early bird discount.

Mick Ridgwell's novel, The Nightcrawler, is set to be published later this year.

Amy Leigh McCorkle appeared at That Book Place January 28, where she signed swag and celebrated the launch of Another Way To Die.


My News for the Week:

The Cruiserweight was #52 on the paid Kindle bestselling charts in Wrestling books January 27.


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





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