Do you still stand for no censorship? We fought Paypal this past March and won. Now No Boundaries Press is being asked why they allow certain books on their site as a vendor. You can read more details here.
Shevi Arnold’s latest YA novel Ride of Your Life is now available on Kindle as well as Nook and the iBookstore.
I’ve Been Deader by Adam Sifre is now with Taylor Street Publishing There’s still time to download the first edition.
Children are the keys to our future. Discover what debut author Sharon Ledwith means with a post on Sloane Taylor’s blog
Check out writing tips from a young Barack Obama at this link.
A Wicked Wager by Jennifer Labelle received another outstanding review from Two Lips Reviews
Doug Bremner reports that a target goal was reached with a donation from one of the Atlanta-based interns Philip Ehrenberg. Keep pledging to get on the list of updates and to help them move toward the goal of raising $2000 for post production. See you at Cannes!
A fiercely independent, sexy lawyer has her world turned upside down when she meets a man that she MUST relinquish all control to. Read more in Heather McAlendin-Kendall’s erotic novel Valentine’s Day.
The Bookie’s Runner by Brendan Gisby is available in paperback Amazon.uk. This elegiac portrait of a father will make the perfect Father’s Day gift.
How do you frighten a horror writer? It’s no easy feat, but Catherine Cavendish reveals all in this post.
Stephen Pearl will be at the Guelph Faery Fest June 22-24. He will be doing readings from Nukekubi and some of his other fantasy works as well as signing all of his books.
My News for the Week:
On heels of the success of Cougars and Studs, two more ebooks in the series,Cougars and Studs 2: More Tales of Older Women and Younger Men and Cougars and Studs 3: Men on the Hunt are now on sale at the Amazon Kindle store. Thanks to everyone who took part in the June 9-10 free promotion weekend!
Fifty continues to be steady in sales since its February 2012 Kindle release. At least a dozen additional copies were downloaded the last three weeks of May.
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