Karen Dale’s award-winning novel, Angel of Death, is available on Kindle. Check out why national best-selling author Michelle Rowan calls it “A dark and gripping tale by a true mistress of supernatural fiction. Karen Dales brings fresh blood to the vampire genre.”
Be sure to check out the trailer for Tracey Wilson’s new book, The Epherium Chronicles: Embrace, now on Across The Plain January 28 to kick off the blog tour for her upcoming release, X Marks the Scot.
Alexander Galant’s new Dracula sequel, Un-Dead, is told in the same style as the original novel but with a technological twist. Be sure to stop by and have a read!
Follow Me! Creating a Personal Brand With Twitter by Sarah-Jayne Gratton, received a five-star review on SMS Nonfiction Book Reviews.
Enjoy alternate history? New Frontier and Final Frontier by Cliff Ball are available on NOOK for $3.99 each.
SolaPress’ newest author Chaya Saperstein will be debuting a book of historical fiction about one Jewish man’s memories of World War II.
Check out Troy Blackford’s interview with award-winning audio book reader Dick Hill.
Sixteen years before it came out as Pride and Prejudice, a publisher refused to look at Jane Austen’s manuscript. Read more about this fascinating story in the Los Angeles Times.
Barnes and Noble’s top store executive Mitchell Klipper told the Wall Street Journal that the company plans the closure of at least 20 stores a year for the next decade. You can read more details on The Huffington Post.
Andrea Amador joined host Rhina Valentin on her show BronxNet Open February 1. Click here to watch video from the program.
My News for the Week:
I received the AUTHORSdb VIP Blogger Award for the week ending February 1.
I now have a page on Romance Novel Center, with all trailers in The Cruiserweight Series uploaded.
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