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
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.
And last (but not least) a review of her book