Friday, September 7, 2012

FRIDAY ROUND-UP



So much information for just one week! Let's see who the movers and shakers are at Oak Tree Press in the past seven days.
 JOHN BRANTINGHAM, author of the soon to be published “Mann of War,” talks about the natural world and why he would have become a forest ranger if he hadn't become a creative writing teacher.


LORNA COLLINS, author of “Ghost Writer,” will be participating in a combined book sale and benefit Sept. 15 from 9-2 at Laguna Woods Village, Clubhouse Seven, 24111 Moulton Parkway, Laguna Woods. If you're in Southern CA, stop by. 
You can read a review of Lorna's book at


CAROL CRIGGER author of  “Three Seconds to Thunder” and “Two Feet Below,” talks about dancing in Victorian days on her blog.

DOUG DANIELSON, nautical author of  “Shore Loser,” interviews Dorothy Francis over at his blog. Francis is the author of 6 mysteries set in Key West.

LESLEY DIEHL, author of “Dumpster Dying” has a special sale going on all month for her ebook “Angel Sleuth” through Amazon and Untreedreads. In addition, she is proud to announce that one of her short stories will be in the anthology “The Killer Wore Cranberry, Second Helpings” by Untreed Reads. 

JOHN LINDERMUTH, author of Pennsylvania mystery “Fallen From Grace,” shares post-Labor Day thoughts. Comment for a chance to win a book.


MARJA MCGRAW, author of  “Bogey Nights” and “Bogey's Ace in the Hole,” tells us why mysteries are more“mysterious” when they happen in the dark.






MARILYN MEREDITH (most recent OTP title: “No Bells”) is starting her blog tour for “Raging Waters.” Follow her blog tour and make comments. Whoever makes the most gets to be a character in a future novel.
First up is a blog explaining how she sees mystery everywhere.
Next, writing tips.
Over at A Writer's Jumble, the weather as another character.
She discusses what she did on her summer vacation at
What's in a name—especially if they're your imaginary characters?
Over at her regular gig with the Stiletto Gang, she discusses the value of Sisters in Crime and the San Joaquin Chapter's recent visit from Camille Minichino and Simon Wood.
And last (but not least) a review of her book “Final Respects” at Manic Readers.
WHEW!

RADINE TREES NEHRING, author of Ozark mystery “A Fair To Die For,” will be a cover girl for the Democrat Gazette's “Our Town” feature in the Thursday (Sept. 13) edition. They're recognizing her as the ambassador for the state of Arkansas. This newspaper goes out to 16 counties. Kudos, Radine!
Look for Radine at Price Cutters in Rogers, Arkansas, where she'll be signing on Sept. 7th and 8th.
She's also featured over at Writing Strong Women:
As well as Romancing the Heart:
Radine also has a review up over at the Mysterious Women quarterly newsletter. You have to subscribe. If you're a “mysterious” woman yourself, contact my friend Gay Kinman at gaykinman@gaykinman.com  

BERYL REICHENBURG, author of children's books “Ants on a Log,” “Camouflage,” and “The Mysterious Case of the Missing Birthday Cake” will be interviewed for “Ears on Art” on PBS radio,  San Luis Obispo, airing Sept. 12 at 4:30 p.m. PST.   

Busy week!

9 comments:

Douglas Danielson said...

Great job, Sunny. Next week I’ll be interviewing OTP author Mary Montague Sikes, and talking about her Passenger To Paradise series.
--Doug

Marilyn Meredith a.k.a. F. M. Meredith said...

Whew, is right. Take a big breath. Good job.

I'll send along all of next week's stops.

Marilyn

Terry Ambrose said...

Another great job of summing up the week. A couple of OTP authors should be coming up in my National Crime Fiction column on Examiner.com including Morgan St. James and Walt Luce.

Lorna Collins - Author said...

Wow! We're a busy group! Glad to see so many of us are getting the OTP name out to the public!

marja said...

Excellent, just excellent! What a terrific idea, and so great to see what everyone is up to.

Sunny Frazier said...

You folks are awesome! The column writes itself because everyone is good about sending me their info (sunny69@comcast.net) Billie illustrates it with our awesome book covers and all that's left for us to is let the world know of our awesomeness.

Here's a big blast we received from one of my favorite sites, Kittling Books:

"I was quite chuffed (Britspeak for "surprised and thrilled") to learn that Sunny Frazier, author and acquistions editor for Oak Tree Press has begun her very own version of my weekly round-up. In it, you can find out what the Oak Tree Press authors have been up to-- and if you're anything like me, you'll find some new authors to read. (I didn't just hear someone groan, did I? Don't forget, I'm an Enabler!) Here's the first week's round-up, and here's the second week."

She gave the links and now people across the pond know of us.

SWEET!


C.K.Crigger said...

Count me as another of your fans, Sunny and Billie. This is a great idea!

Beryl Reichenberg said...

Thanks Sunny, for a great job rounding us all up. Beryl

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