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Monday, 25 March 2013

SEEN This Week 3/25/13

AOS101This week’s book, author, and event news:
Read an article from The Huffington Post on whatGeorge H.W. Bush wrote about Bill Clinton falling asleep and other unexpected revelations in the latest release of latest release of All The Best, George Bush: My Life in Letters and Other Writings.
Don’t Go the new novel by Lisa Scottoline set for release on April 9, features a male hero, which is a first after twenty years of female leads. Don’t Go still explores the subject of parenthood, which is the most important part of Lisa’s life and features a hunky Army veteran. Is your interest piqued yet? Pre orderDon’t Go on Amazon.
Voluted Tales Magazine is seeking promo pieces for their April and May issues. Reviews, interviews, covers, links to outlets. Speculative works only. All interested may click here for additional information.
Read Colleen Kelli’s amazing story as a lesbian and stuntwoman in her book,Fire in the Hole: A Year in the Life of the World’s Sorriest Stuntwoman.
Seeking fresh analogies? Here are some fun ones to make your days brighter.
Marion Stein wrote an article about a service she’d like to see Amazon offer.
Danny Gillian offers a little banter in an interview with IndieView.
Love Letters: Obeying Desire Volume 1 is an erotic romance anthology fromCarina Press Click here to pre-order before its April 8 release.
Babs Morton was recently contacted by email from a company that distributes to all National Trust/Heritage properties in the UK. They requested a review copy of her book Wildewood for consideration.
Kristal McKerrington’s latest book, In the Shadows, was released March 19 byNo Boundaries PressFind out more and grab your copy at the No Boundaries Press store and other book sellers.
My News for the Week:
I had the opportunity to participate in a St. Patrick’s Day-themed blog hop,Lucky in Love, which ran March 15-18. While the event is over, all are still invited to read my blog hop post Donovan Finds Love…Or Did It Find Him?.
Do you have news you’d like to see in an upcoming column? Either post it on a related site or email by the following week. Also follow me on Twitter @lacarrington1.

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