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Monday, 12 August 2013

SEEN This Week 8/12/13



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This week’s book, author, and event news:
Introducing Volume One of Ana Vela’s Alpha Trioseries Alpha Trio: Vol. 1 – Cats & Dogs tells about among the hidden world of the supernatural, the secret Shifter police squad known as the Alpha Trio is renowned for their fierce expertise. Only the best fighters ever rise to join their storied ranks.Emilian Lupei and his brothers are the best of the best. But even they need a night off to kick back and relax! While sampling the night life at 5tM, the hottest club in the city, a gorgeous young woman stumbles into Emilian’s path and it’s just his luck that she’s being chased by a vampire. Now he’s got to deal with the potential supernatural incident on his hands. But that’s not his only problem…Even more importantly, will be be able to keep his hands off Cat, the luscious human woman who needs his help?
Michael Lorde’s Tolomay’s World and The Mountain of TEGI was recently released on Kindle with softcover version available soon. You can pick up a copyTolomay’s World and The Pool of Light as well.
Sometimes you get what you wish for. What if it changes you forever? Freya’s Spell by Kathleen Ann Gallagher is a sexy read about a lonely witch in search of a man who can love her the way she has always dreamed of.
Randy Attwood was in Pomona, KS for a book signing August 2. Pomona is a town west of Ottawa, and its library is located in a corner of its community center/city hall. Ten other authors also attended the event.
Australian author Julie Anne Grasso shares publishing and marketing strategiesat this link.
There is only a short time remaining to enter the Short Fiction Contest for August. It couldn’t be easier to enter; just write a story of up to 500 words based on the image on the competition page. You can then submit your story via the form provided, there’s no entry fee and you could win a £50 Amazon gift card. Go here to view the page and enter the competition.
Michaelson Williams spoke about his book Trainwashing: The Secrets of Positive Brain Washing in an interview with hosted by Steve Toth on August 8. You can click here to learn more.
For anyone who seeks a serious writing reference, visit The Writer’s Cafe for a complete list of references and other helpful tools at this link.
Do you have news 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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