This week’s book, author, and event news:
Check out Sasquatch by Max Vos, which has received four and five-star reviews since its release.
Author and Lost and Found host Danielle Zwissler along with other personalities from Firefly & Wisp Publishing made appearances at the FandomFest Comic and Toy Expo, which was held in Louisville, KY July 26-28.
Looking to raise some hell? Tales of deviltry and comeuppance abound in the newest volume from the Heroes in Hell shared universe, Dreamers in Hell, written by Nancy Asire, Yelle Hughes, Sara M. Harvey, Shebat Legion, John Manning, Michael A. Ventrella, Bill Snider, Tom Barzcak, and Richard Groller , with editing by Janet and Chris Morris.
Do you feel like being you isn’t good enough? Do you think that you have to be someone different to achieve happiness? Maybe you feel like you just don’t add up or don’t matter?If any of these apply to you, then Pastor Joey Bauer’sFree to be Me is a recommended read to gain a whole new perspective in your life.
From the monuments of Washington to the ruins of ancient Rome, from the skyscrapers of New York to the beaches of Tenerife, read Juego de identidades by Armando Rodera, an action and adventure thriller where nothing is what it seems.
August 2 marked the anniversary of the Battle of Chaeronea in 338 BC. You can be part of this milestone by reading Janet and Chris Morris’ mythic novel, The Sacred Band. Tempus and his stepsons rescue the 46 paired lovers and fighters, whose skeletons are missing from the mass grave at Chaeronea, to fight on other days, a world away: In a beautiful large trade edition, and as an ebook for your Nook and Kindle.
My News for the Week:
I’ve been selected to narrate the upcoming web series Layla’s World. Other recent castings are Kristal McKerrington as Marie, Debbie Overell as Kathy, and Danielle Zwissler as Claudia, the publisher of Layla’s book Woman Behind the Words. Graphic designer and artist Amanda Struz has joined the behind the scenes staff. Visit the official Layla’s World Facebook page at this link.
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