SEEN This Week 11/28/11

While some of us are recovering from turkey overload and Black Friday battles, others were making news in the book world during the past week:

Best Friends, Occasional Enemies by Lisa Scottoline and Francesca Serritella was officially released on book shelves, Barnes and Noble and Amazon November 22. Francesca is also profiled on my Authors on Show page through December 4.

XoXo Publishing™ is excited to announce their all-new web site is up and running. Be sure to stop by and check out the new site and many books for sale.

WAE Network is the first social network for writers, agents and editors. Join for the opportunity to interact with agents and editors using one of the hottest networking tools.

For those of you into “not your average horror” collection, please check out The Dark is Light Enough for Me by John Claude Smith.

Catherine Chisnall was interviewed on E-Book Muncher by the gracious David Makinson. A review of her book also appears here.

House of Silver Magic is the latest YA book from John Booth aimed predominantly toward a slightly younger YA audience than Wizards You can read a sample chapter here.

EReader News Today recommended the absolutely fabulous and moving Buying Time by Janice Donnelly this past week.

Randy Attwoods’s books are now available on iTunes.

Reprisal by Alfie Robins is now available on Smashwords for .99 USD.

A review for Robert W. Walker’s Titanic 2012 can be found at this link.

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