Did you know AOS is approaching its second anniversary? May 16 is the big day!
Thanks to Kristal McKerrington for passing on this news: Carina Press, an imprint division of Harlequin, is accepting submissions for wrestling-themed romance and erotica books. Click here for submission guidelines.
Randy Attwood recently had his first blog radio interview. Click here to listen.
Mother's Day 2012 in the US may be over, but that doesn't mean you still can't read an anthology for Mothers Day, which includes a story by Gerry McCullough.
Who couldn't use a little free publicity for their book? The Query Tracker blog features an article on promoting your book using press releases.
The book launch for Lallapaloosa by Rags Daniels took place on May 7-8.
Did you know that you can get stuff direct from Aaron Sawyer's web site? Visit his store here.
For those living in or making plans to visit the the United Kingdom, be sure to check out and sign up to attend The Book Show Live! which will take place September 22, 2012.
More Of What Ukulele Players Really Want To Know, Barry Maz's follow up to the first and bestselling book in the series, is now half normal price on the Amazon Kindle store.
Fallen Angel Reviews recommended Patricia Green's science fiction/ romance/B&D novel Laricon's Ways. Get your copy from Amazon.
A great writing conference in a beautiful location will take place June 22-24, 2012 View complete details for the Crested Butte Writers Conference .
The Dark by Karen Dales will make your spine tingle and fear dark places. If you haven't read this short story yet, then do so, you may want to sleep with a light on when you've finished.
The Morbid Seraphic anthology to which Stephen Pearl contributed the story Better the Devil You Know, the story of a succubus with a difference, a wizard cop and a deadly drug in a world where magic has returned, is now available. Check it out along with his other works on Amazon.
My News For the Week:
The Cruiserweight is getting a sequel. I've been working this past week on The Cruiserweight's Daughter. You can view the first ten sample chapters either on Authonomy or fReado.
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