The official NaNoWriMo list of winners is posted. Click here to view and offer some congratulations. Be warned – there’s over 200 pages of winners. Congrats to all who met the 50,000-word challenge!
Are you a horror writer looking to get your work read? Michael Bradley’s blog has announced requests for horror anthology submissions.
Mark Browning has the great pleasure to have a book forthcoming from XOXO Publishing. This is science-fiction as you’ve never seen it before! Two time-twisting novelettes take one on a journey through other paradigms with unforgettable characters. The first, The Trees, is “hard” science-fiction following NASA fiascos that send three beautiful astronauts into New Testament times, while a fiendish plot in our future seeks to make the universe “pure” of life. Some will live and some will die. The second of these novelettes, The Stars are Rigged: the Sirius Paradox, is a zany romp of a parody, as classic evil from outer space is confronted by the three remaining witches of the future and their bumbling husbands.
See what people are saying about Tyner Gillies’ highly acclaimed novel The Watch: “First class…riveting…I made the mistake of opening it and I didn’t get a lick of work done until I’d finished it.” – Jack Whyte, International Best Selling Author. Get your own copy on Amazon.
Tom Gillespie’s novel Painting by Numbers makes The Bath Chronicle. Click here to view.
“Psychology graduate Heidi Harper is appointed to work with Professor Mala, pioneer of a new project to rehabilitate dog-reared feral child, Nicki. Heidi is soon asking questions and her mission takes on sinister overtones. As the truth outs, the lives of all concerned begin to unravel.” This is all part of one of Kate Rigby’s latest books, Savage to Savvy.
Here is a preview of High Noon in Fear’s Corner by author Edward Medina.
Melissa Bryan’s first two books have been released. The first is a collection of her experiences with the Paranormal and the second is a Christmas cookbook. Both will be out in wider distribution after January 15, 2013.
Adam Sifre was interviewed November 24 on the A Book Lover’s Library blog.
Lucy Felthouse made an appearance on British Romance Fiction November 29. She discussed her upcoming Ellora’s Cave book, A Taste of London. Click here to read more.
My News for the Week:
The Cruiserweight was one of five books featured on E-Novelist December 1. Click here to see a copy of the featured books.
I had the opportunity of being a guest blogger November 28 on Night Owl Romance. My feature, In Love, Age is Only a Number, can be found at this link. Its accompanying contest to win a copy of Beautiful: Four Short Stories of Curvy Woman Love, is open until December 14.
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