SEEN This Week 3/5/12

This week’s book and author news:

The Sunset Witness by Kenneth Wayne takes the form of a detective’s memo that incorporates a diary saved on a flash drive belonging to Rachel Douglas, an aspiring author who has gone missing. It explores unique conflicts between family, friends, and lovers. Check out a sample chapter at eTLC

In light of the Smashwords/PayPal ban on certain types of books, Sessha Batto posted an excellent entry on Jane Alexander’s blog February 27. Read her perspective on Banning books? The thin end of the wedge…. Your comments are also welcome.

March Madness has begun, but we don’t mean basketball here. Suzanna Burke is featuring new books daily on her site, Soooz Says Stuff now through March 31. Stop by and have a peek daily!

Here is the link to Kenneth Weene’s newest audio story, Bender It will bring tears to your eyes and a smile to your lips.

Cheryl Carpinello posted a link to her book trailer for Guinevere.

Pentalk added two more lessons on its Critique for Consequences Workshop:

Andy Szpuk started a new blog feature, Desert Island Books. Check in to read promotions on authors and their books.

KC Hilton is offering The Forever Girl for only 99 cents on Amazon.

The Casablanca Case by Simon Swift is now available on both Amazon and

Danger Danger by Gerry McCullough reached #1 on Amazon’s Kindle Store this past week in Books/Fiction/Crime/Thrillers & Mystery/Thrillers. Great job!

Dark Dragon Publishing is proud to announce that NUKEKUBI by Stephen Pearl is now available worldwide in Trade Paperback, Kindle, Nook, and Kobo formats Click here to get your copy.

My News For The Week:

The Cruiserweight was the featured book on Kindle Post March 3.

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