SEEN This Week 7/23/12

This week’s book, event, and author news:

Please help Judy Ann Lashinski Davis get included in a Holiday Anthology by clicking on this link below and leaving a short comment on the short story entry, Danny’s Secret. The winner out of the three will be included in Second Wind Publishing’s anthology.

Bird Boy by Jeff Lee was released July 18 on Amazon Kindle.

Lenore Wolfe’s latest book Dark Warrior: To Tame a Wild Hawk was acquired by Ruby Lioness Press and is available for sale on Amazon.

James Piper’s The Protectors ranked #77 on Amazon in the Political Thrillers category.

Do you know a modern day Faith hero? Check out this blog post by Linda Rondeau.

Tom Gillespie’s publisher, Crooked Cat, will release the print version of his new novel Painting by Numbers shortly after the e-book launch

Dragon’s Bond and Dragons Redeemed by Berengaria Brown have been released in a print book. Read all the dragons’ stories in one book!

Mark Stone received a Starred Review from Publisher’s Weekly

In Search of Lucy by Tracey L. Alley has garnered some excellent reviews, including one which said, “Loved it! Couldn’t put it down!” Click here to get your copy from Barnes and Noble.

Five dollars will get you Manhattan AffairJack Sussek on either Nook or Kindle.

The Tennessee Prince and His Princess, the latest wrestling erotica novel by Kristal McKerrington, is among books set to be released by That Right Publishing in the upcoming months.

My News for the Week

Cougars and Studs 4: Stranger Sex now on sale at Amazon and

Cougars and Studs 4 ranked #44 in Kindle Store /Kindle eBooks / Fiction /Erotica during its July 20-22 promo weekend.

My July 17, 2012 review of The Real Escorts of America DVD is featured on (Side note: This DVD contains adult content and is only recommended for those 18 and older).

After almost two years since its release, The Cruiserweight continues to sell very well on Kindle.  The ranking on July 19 was #61 in the Kindle Store/Kindle eBooks/Nonfiction/Sports/Individual Sports/ Wrestling categories.

My December 2011 book review of The Butterfly Garden by Chip St. Clair is included in the References Section of The Butterfly Garden Wikipedia entry under “Book Review and Discussion”.

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