SEEN This Week 1/2/12

Happy New Year! Already we have up-to-date news from the world of writing to get 2012 off to an excellent start:

Find New Year greetings from me and Shah Wali Fazli, Teresa Geering, Laura Wilkinson, Kristen Stone,Philip Whiteland, and Gerry McCullough on Books4Tomorrow.

For those who received a new ereader over the holidays, here are some tips on how to lend ebooks on your Kindle.

The Bookie’s Runner by Brendan Gisby was featured on Ereader News Today for only 99 cents.

Deja 4 by Tajana Sutton (Part 4 of the Deja series) is now available for purchase on both Kindle and Nook

Tim Roux’s The Ghost Who Fed Them Bones ranked #18 in ghost stories on paid US Kindle, and #97 in contemporary romance. If you fancy an off-beat ghost / romance story which is really rather more about people who are ghosts in our world, racism and genocide, check out this book.

The Author’s Corner on Pixel of Ink is the place for authors who read Pixel of Ink You can also request to be featured with a Bargain Kindle Book Sponsorship.

Shadow’s Lure by Jon Sprunk is nominated for a Gemmell Award. Anyone can vote, so please check out the site.

Buy any one ebook from Dawn Gray’s 2011 Romance of the Year on Goodreads. If you’ve read this fine novel, be sure to give it a vote.

My news for the week:

The Cruiserweight ranked #75 in Wrestling paid Kindle bestsellers and #37 in Wrestling Books on December 28, in addition to being in the Kindle Top 10 in Wrestling Romance and Top 10 Books in Wrestling Romance.

The Cruiserweight also ranked #3 in Amazon Wrestling Romance Books on December 29.

Do you have news you’d like to see in a future 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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