Self-published authors – you could be getting dumped. Angie’s Diary featured a post December 2, and a recommended read.
Kristal McKerrington signed with No Boundaries Press. The Shadows, her wrestling erotica book, will be coming to an online bookstore near you in the New Year.
Novel Publicity has a new “Publishing House Partnership” program. To learn more about the unique and discounted offerings available to small and large presses alike, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about Gerry McCullough and some other writers at this link.
Fifteen of Peycho Kanev’s poems are published in the new issue of pro culture magazine DIOGEN, which comes from Bosna and Hercegovina. Thanks to the Editor-In-Chief Sabi Hadzialic.
Terry Tyler has a great blog post on how to deal with negative book reviews.
Bud Dougherty will soon release Life’s a Ditch, which describes some of the changes he and his wife dealt with when they took off on their sailboat 12 years ago to explore the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, a.k.a. “the Ditch.” It ‘s the story of how they got to the beginning of the Caribbean trip described in his last nonfiction book, Dungda de Islan’ Go here for additional details.
Read a post on how to get over the post-NaNoWriMo blues at this link.
Check out Brian Hartman’s new short story Leaving the Union, available on Kindle for 99 cents.
My News for the Week:
A new erotic short story collection is out! Behind Office Doors: Sex at Work was released December 4 from Rising Temperatures Press. The book features four short stories of erotic encounters at the office. You can download a copy for $3.99 on Amazon or for £2.56 on Amazon.uk .
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