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Monday, 24 September 2012

SEEN This Week 9/24/12

This week’s book, event, and author news for the first week of Autumn:
Jennifer Loy tried her hand at a children’s chapter book that will make a great Christmas gift. The series is funny and entertaining for both kids and parents/grandparents. Book 2 will be available before Halloween.
In celebration of book two of Adonis Devereux’s trilogy being released September 16, book one, The Soldier’s Lotus is only 99 cents on Amazon Kindle for a limited time.
Irina Shapiro has written six novels and is working on a seventh. Learn morehere.
Tom Ufert’s first book Adversity Builds Character is now available as an ebook and will be released in print/other eBook platforms later this fall.
Rags Daniels’ latest book, Foxy Lady, has an ISBN and is on its way to theprinter!
The 41st Sermon by Randy Attwoodone of nine books offered by bookkus for reviewers to read and vote if it should be published.
Hannah Warren has posted the results of a poll on procrastination versus self-discipline.
Get it now for only 99 cents! Killer Work from Home Jobs by Lee Evans has just been released on Amazon Kindle.
Be sure to check out A Self-Publisher’s Guide to Kobo on Molly Greene’s blog.
Visit Indie Author News, where readers find new authors, hot new book releases, author interviews, and book features.
Congratulations to Marianne G. Petrino on her nonfiction pick in the LitChat Betsy Literary Salon.
Theo Knell’s new book, A Hell for Heroes, will be released October 25. It will also be available at Waterstones, Smiths, Easons, Tesco and Sainsburys, and on pre-sale at Amazon.
Resistance, the fifth ebook in author Jan Springer’s Outlaw Lovers series, has been released.

My News for the Week:
Beautiful: Four Short Stories of Curvy Woman Love is my latest short story collection book released by Rising Temperatures Press. The book is now on sale on Amazon and
The Cruiserweight ranked #79 in’s Kindle Store in Books – Nonfiction – Sports – Individual Sports – Wrestling on September 16.
Do you have news that you’d like to see in an upcoming column? Either post it on a related site or email before the following week. Also follow me on Twitter @lacarrington1.

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