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Monday, 12 November 2012

SEEN This Week 11/12/12

This week’s book, event, and author news:
Karen Dales met amazing artist Howard Fox at the World Fantasy Convention 2012 November 3-4. This is one of his pieces.
Award-winning author Sam Cheever has a hot new time travel romanceHexually Obsessed. Check it out today!
Patricia Yager Delagrange speaks freely on her inspiration for Moon Over Alcatraz, a contemporary fiction novel that dares to address today’s issues. Read about it at this link.
Have you got it yet? If not, then don’t miss the chance to get an autographed copy of national-award winning author Faraaz Kazi’s awesome romance novelTruly Madly Deeply.
Kristal McKerrington made another appearance on TMZ November 6. Click here to see her at the 43.00 minute mark.
Peycho Kanev has a poem in a lovely book called Estuary: A Confluence of Art and Poetry. 26 artists and 57 poets from around the world have come together in this full color book to create an estuary of images and words, art and poetry flowing together. Click here for a preview.
Timothy Spearman’s novel Must I Remember is creating waves. This may be the book to end the Afghan War. Check out what people are saying about it on Amazon Kindle. Watch the book trailer here.
Second Helpings, a collection of holiday short stories and recipes, with Judy Davis’ short story, Danny’s Secret, is now available on Second Wind Publishing and Amazon sites. This is an enjoyable 164-page book by Second Wind authors and guests, and the short stories are followed by accompanying recipes. A great gift for the holidays for the reader and those recipe seekers!
Interested in doing a book trailer? You may want to check out It Matters Radio. In the next few weeks, they will be giving away two $100 gift certificates from Book Candy Studios.
If you like crime stories in cities like Pittsburgh, check out the Grit City Publications “emotobook” series here.
My News for the Week:
I’ve done it! Hit the first 60,000 words on Klass Act, the novel project I am writing for NaNoWriMo. How many words it will actually take remains to be seen, but to say I’m addicted would be putting it mildly. Klass Act is set for early 2013 release and will be The Cruiserweight series’ third book.
Do you have news 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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