Do you write erotica? Are you looking to get published? Horny Devil Publishing wants to see what you have to offer!
Much Better Adventures is looking for writers! Visit this page for more details and the criteria outline.
Outrage has been expressed over female authors being relegated to American women novelists subcategory on Wikipedia, clearing space for all-male main page. Read the story and feedback on Guardian.
Shelly Ramm is scheduled to appear on The L. Anne Carrington Show May 9.
Go here to read a great interview with author E.D. Brady.
Ted and Raymond are two frog friends who grew up together. In Ted and Raymond books they teach a lot of different things. Some are patience, team work, friendship, making the best of hard work, differences, helping others, fire cautiousness, having fun, being different, ABC’s, colors, shapes, numbers 1-10, Jesus birth, God loves everybody, sea, fish, animals, and lots of fun for kids. Ted and Raymond are short stories for children and every one of them have big messages. Educational, fun, exploring, adventures and much more kids will love. Go here to find out more about these books by Rhonda Patton and Chester McDaniel
Did you know Amazon links are territory specific? You can now create a link that works everywhere for free.
Anything For You: A Coming Home Short Story by Jessica Scott has received several amazing reviews as of late. Have you gotten your copy?
Bibliocracy EBooks invites everyone to visit their web site and contribute a short story about what happened between Han Solo’s wife and Chewie. The best story will be promoted as well as the author and his books. Also view the video at this link.
Pain and Gain-The Untold True Story by Marc Schiller is the true story behind the film. Another great read.
My News for the Week:
I will not be posting Book of the Week or SEEN This Week on May 13. I will be spending a few days in Tampa, Florida, but will return with both a new book profile and column May 20.
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