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Monday, 3 September 2012

SEEN This Week 9/3/12

Happy Labor Day from all of us here in the United States! Here are this week’s book, event, and author happenings:
Sessha Batto’s two Shinobi saga books have been republished in a single volume titled Shadow Wolf. Links and previews can be found at this link. Also new is Geisha, a short
David Barber’s short story collection received another four-star review.
Congrats to Audrina Leone, who received a five-star review of her book from a male reader. It’s always interesting to hear hear that men read romance books, though they won’t admit it.
The Judas Line by Mark Everett Stone is now out on Amazon Kindle.
Collared with Ink by Jana Downs is now available for pre-order.
Last chance to submit your books to the Forward National Literature Award:Forward National Literature (FNL) is an independent literary organization dedicated to honoring traditionally published works in twelve categories. Garnering attention to its recipients and likely increasing sales, FNL showcases a combination of previously undiscovered and well-known authors based on content, uniqueness, and readability. There is no entry fee. Click here to enter.
Pat McDermott interviewed Gerry McCullough on her marvelous blog and shared an excerpt from Lady Molly.
Free money is never free; eventually someone somewhere has to pay. Check out Randy Mitchell’s latest article.
The Chosen by Shay West was rereleased with Booktrope Publishing. It is available in both ebook and paperback for your reading pleasure.
Be sure to visit Edward Medina’s new web site. You will find his bio, descriptions of all his books, their covers, reviews, purchase links, interviews and free stories. Worth a look!
My News for the Week:
The Cruiserweight ranked #1 August 27-31 in Kindle Store- Kindle eBooks – Nonfiction – Sports – Individual Sports – Wrestling during its end of summer free promotion. Thanks to everyone who downloaded a copy!
News about The Cruiserweight’s free promotion week appeared August 28.
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