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Monday, 21 January 2013

SEEN This Week 1/21/13




AOS101This week’s book, author, and event news:
Taylor Street Books/That Right Publishing asks that any of its authors who don’t have their books in the format(s) they may need for reviewers should inform the publisher. This will save everyone from waiting for a reply from the house should they receive a yes, on kindle, ebook or nook, PDF, or even the dinosaurs who “only read paperbacks.” Paperbacks will be forwarded to those bloggers.
Two weeks remain for submissions for the Twisted Nightmares anthology. Deadline is January 31. For more information and how you can submit your work, click here.
Don’t know what to call your novel? Learn how to find the right title for your book in this brainstorming workshop.
Stop by and hear Kristal McKerrington's latest interview in this podcast on sex and wrestling.
Matteo Spinetti shares one of his poems in double languages, and has new links to blogs here and here.
Announcing the brand-new Kids Corner Book of The Week: Cheryl Carpinello’s middle-grade adventure novella Young Knights of the Round Table: The King’s Ransom, which was selected January 11 on Kindle Nation Daily. She was also a featured author on Stories for Children.
This is a recording session performed at SFContario 3 during the Old Time Radio Hour. Recorded was Tinker’s Damn, written by Stephen B. Pearl, a radio play extrapolated from his novel, Tinker’s Plague Cast members are Richard Baldwin, Cliff Goldstein, Lisa Nayman, Ian Pedoe, Lloyd Penney andYvonne Penney.
Check out Alex Laybourne’s amazing interview with Maxine Owen, a lady who has been through so much, yet never quit!
Michele Hoefle released a trailer for her first novel, Carpathian Blood, which can be viewed at this link.
Go here to view photos of Elliott Eli Jackson’s January 13 book signing in Michigan.
Dellani Oakes chatted with Tracy Searight and Chris Cris Harrelson about their books on the Dellani’s Tea Time radio show January 14.

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

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