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Monday, 16 September 2013

SEEN This Week 9/16/13



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This week’s book, author, and event news:
Musetracks hosted Joe E Hitchen and Kristal McKerrington on their blog September 9.
Danielle Zwissler’s new release, The Cowboy Takes a Slave, is available for sale on AmazonSmashwords, and Nook.
Pubslush Press is a crowdpublishing platform where authors raise funds and gauge the initial market for new book ideas, trend setting readers, and pledge support to bring such books to fruition. Pubslush also supports children’s literacy worldwide. The new site offers many opportunities, and you can also follow Pubslush on Twitter and like their page on Facebook.
Heikki Hietala signed a book contract with a Finnish publisher forTulagi Hotel. An official press release including additional details will be posted from the the publisher soon.
Winchester Web designs great web sites and eye-catching book covers, among other services. Their staff listens to authors’ needs and their prices are reasonable. For additional information, email steve@winchesterweb.co.uk.
Je Haldeman posted an excellent blog September 8 on bad reviews versus a bad attitude.
Make a Wish and Blow is a beautiful children’s tale about the circle of life written and illustrated by bestselling author Amanda Gatton. Buy a copy on Amazon to enjoy with your kids over and over.
Sex Matters: Erotic Excerpts from Five Novels is now Randy Attwood’s most read blog post. Don’t underestimate the power of the word “sex” in anything. Second most read post is Note from Walker Percy About the 41st SermonCheck out excerpt from latter in former.
For those looking for quality book reviews, visit the new Bottles & Books blog.
My News For the Week:
In case you missed the September 14 broadcast of The L. Anne Carrington Show from Tampa, FL, you can listen and download the show either at this linkor listen on YouTube.
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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