SEEN This Week 4/9/12

I hope everyone had a happy and blessed Easter this past weekend. Now on to this week’s book and author news:

Help Christine Schwab raise awareness for juvenile arthritis (JA) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Come visit her Facebook page and click “like”. 2012 is the year for awareness.

Sapphire Magic: Breaking Glass by John Booth pits the defender of the Source against big business. Glass finds herself away from home and showing human tendencies. Something is going on in a school for orphans sponsored by Britain’s most famous industrialist. But what is he up to and why is everybody so afraid? Order your copy today on either Amazon or Amazon.uk

Janice Donnelly’s book Buying Time cracked the Amazon Top 1000 all over paid fiction for first time at #982 and ranked #21 in Literary Fiction this past week.

Night Publishing has launched a new project, Tents for the Homeless. For additional details and how you can help, click here.

The sequel to M.A. McRae’s novel Not a Man is set to be released in June 2012. It’s called The King’s Favourite , and is more akin to the Angelique series, where the ultra-desirable woman has adventure after adventure – with Kings, Sultans and pirates.

Books 4 Tomorrow gave Jeff Lee’s book The Ladies Temperance Club’s Farewell Tour a five-star review.

The Shadow Of This World by Nya Rawlyns is now available on All Romance eBooks.

What if sugar, cream and butter were illegal? What’s a baker to do but lead a revolution to give the people back their just desserts? The Donuts of Doom by M.E. Brines is a Steampunk fantasy novel and cookbook. Get yours now on Smashwords.

Eye of the Storm: Lewis Franklin’s Story by Melanie Dent was featured April 4 on Daily Cheap Reads.

My News for the Week:

On April 6, The Cruiserweight ranked #62 in Kindle Store/Kindle eBooks /Nonfiction/Sports/ Individual Sports/Wrestling

In addition to reviewing Beyond Nostalgia by Tom Winton, Katherine Holmes had some remarkable comments for my book Fifty on her April 2 blog.

Do you have news that 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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