SEEN This Week 10/3/11

Happy Autumn everyone (in America, anyway)!

One of the most exciting events taking place to kick off the season was Pittsburgh Fashion Week, with fashionistas, vendors, and models showing their finest September 26 through October 2. The second annual event was a success, and many thanks go to the organizers, volunteers, and sponsors for such a fabulous week.

Singer/actress Courtney Love is penning her memoirs, which will discuss her marriage to Kurt Cobain, her drug abuse, and her career. The book is scheduled for release in Fall 2012.

Read about Internet hook ups gone wrong in George Pappas’ newest release, Dear Hef.

Maggie Tideswell is proud to present Dark Moon, a magical romance that will keep you up all night. It is available in paperback and Kindle.

Stuart Ingram granted his first press interview, which appeared on a Page Five center spread September 27. An online version can be found on the Evening News 24 web site.

Catherine Chisnall has been doing some ghostwriting over the summer and her employer gave this glowing report: “Catherine is s superlatively talented writer! She was hired to revive an important project that had stagnated. With her diligence, self-starting attitude, and lightning fast turn-around, she helped us meet an impossible deadline. I will contact her for my next writing project, and would advise anyone looking for an impeccable writer to do the same.”

Zack Wall’s manuscript Inceptum is set to be published next month by Night Publishing.

Rae Bryant appeared for a reading from her book The Indefinite State of Imaginary Morals September 27 at Barnes & Noble Johns Hopkins Bookstore in Baltimore, MD.

Drew Cross has finished writing the first draft for another crime novel.

Sarah R. Yoffa is putting her Jewish inspirational, Coming Home (Dicky’s Story), on a free for the holidays special offer.

An interview with Andy Evans appeared in Britic Magazine.

Sara Curran-Ross’ Victorian vampire novel, Knight of Swords was released in print September 30.

Rob Chazz Chute has a new site for readers, cleverly titled All That Chazz. The site features reviews, sneak peeks, writing, and of course, reading.

Mel Comley just released Cruel Justice, the third book in the Lorne Simpkins series.

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