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Monday, 7 January 2013

SEEN This Week 1/7/13




AOS101This week’s book, author, and event news:
Kristal McKerrington is now a part of the Solstice Publishing family. She is signed with her upcoming book, Calling You Home, a heartbreaking new ebook. There is a good line of stories relating to Jason and May, so stay tuned.
Two Amazon top ten fantasy and action adventure best sellers by Edward Medina are now yours for the taking. Each book has received 19 five-star Amazon and Goodreads reviews from readers, authors, reviewers, bloggers and teachers. Click here to learn more.
Last Resort, the February paperback release by BJ Robinson, was featured inSouthern Writers Magazine.
Looking for some post-holiday reading? Try Philip Nork’s books about how divorce affects a child. They are fiction, but based on his life.
Need some good resources to improve your writing, but don’t want to spend a large chunk of your hard-earned royalties? Go here for some great tips…all for free!
Five poems by Peycho Kanev are published in the Winter 2012 issue of FM: An Online Magazine, available for purchase on Amazon.
Start off your year with a bang! Time to clench your thighs with a hot read from any or all of these fiery authors, Holley Trent, Lizzie T. Leaf, Marci Boudreaux, Sara Daniel, and Sloane Taylor. Like a piece of good chocolate, one just isn’t enough. Check out their latest releases on the Musa blog.
Need a lighthearted read to take the hard edge off that New Year’s diet? Check out The Richard Dary Weight-Loss Institute by Randy Attwood on Amazon.
Need a book cover designer without the lofty cost? Lily Byrne discovered a great find at this link.
Robert Craven was invited back on to Dublin City FM for a chat to promote his book Get Lenin and Zinnman. The phone lines lit up once he offered signed copies for a contest.
Do you have news that you’d like to see in an upcoming 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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