SEEN This Week 9/26/11

The first week of autumn is upon us, and new releases should be hitting book shelves and online stores soon, if they already haven’t. Here’s the latest happenings from this past week:

Something worth reading on Salon.com if you’re a writer. Do we write because we love words or simply because we want to be noticed, to connect? (Thanks to Kenneth Weene for passing along the link)

If you are an indie author, you might want to check out this great opportunity to get seen by readers/bloggers/and others for Adopt an Indie Month – November 2011.

This week’s feature from September 25 – October 2 on my Authors On Show page is Donna Andersen, author of Love Fraud and the upcoming Red Flags of Love Fraud — 10 signs you’re dating a sociopath. More information on her books can be found at this link.

Former President Bill Clinton has written a new book, Back to Work. In it, he discusses the economy’s current state and what it would take to return American people back into the job market.

Congratulations to Teresa Geering, who claimed the number one spot on Goodreads’ Best Time Travel Romance this past week.

Simon Swift has an interview up on the Sons of Spade blog – a great site dedicated to literary private detectives across the ages.

Violet Jones’ American Girl is now for sale on Amazon.

Oliver Ross’ fiction comedy A Year in the Life of Some Guy is now available for pre-order on Amazon.co.uk .

A review of John Holt’s book Epidemic appeared in an issue of New Books Magazine. You can also see a photo of John during a recent book signing here.

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

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