Friday, October 5, 2012


What's the week without a little bit of controversy? I blast the SEAL book, “No Easy Day” over at Buried Under Books. Want to be on the radio? There's a link below for A Novel Idea blog talk radio show and who to contact.

MARK BOUTON, author of  the FBI thriller “The Sacrifice,” was featured in the Topeka Capital-Journal. He is speaking at the Kansas Authors Club conference in Salina on Oct. 6.

JOHN BRANTINGHAM, author of the soon to be published “Mann of War,” has a radio interview at A Novel Idea on Oct. 7 at 2 p.m. California time.
Anyone else out there interested in blogtalk radio? Contact Krista at

JIM CALLAN, author of soon-to-be-published “A Ton of Gold” has a guest on his blog giving tips on goal-setting and success:
SALLY CARPENTER, author of “The Baffled Beatlemaniac Caper” will be riding in the County Days Parade on Oct. 6 and selling books at the street fair with the Moorpark City Library.

LORNA COLLINS picked up a terrific review for “Ghost Writer” at a site I'm never come across:
Over at her blog, Lorna talks about basics you should consider when creating a website:
CAROL CRIGGER author of  “Three Seconds to Thunder” and “Two Feet Below,” will be speaking at the St. Maries Public Library, Idaho, on Oct. 11. Topic: Victorian home decorating. 

LESLEY DIEHL, author of “Dumpster Dying,” hosts Chris Redding, author of
sexy novel “Blonde Demolition” (excerpt included) at

JACK EVERETTE and DAVID COLES from across the pond blog about their character Abbot Rutitus of their historical novel “The Back of Beyond” and the career path of priests.

SUNNY FRAZIER, (“Fools Rush In,” and “Where Angels Fear”) airs her views on the book “No Easy Day” about the killing of Osama Bin Laden—should the controversial book have been published?

MARILYN MEREDITH is winding down her “Raging Waters” blog tour at Radine Nehring's site:
You can read how the entire blog tour went at two sites:

She also blogs about Making Settings Memorable on her site:

BERYL REICHENBURG, author of children's books “Ants on a Log,” “Camouflage,” and “The Mysterious Case of the Missing Birthday Cake,” will be participating in the San Luis Obispo Passport to the Arts at the public library on Oct. 6 from 11 to noon.


Sally Carpenter said...

Thanks for the shout out! Moorpark is in Southern California and Country Days is the annual city festival. Downtown High Street is block off from traffic and local organizations put up booths. The library will be hosting a used book sale.

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

Nice to get all that publicity. But I'm tired now and need to get busy on my next Rocky Bluff P.D. book--slow starting though I know exactly what needs to be in it. So I'll be quiet for awhile...maybe.

Terry Ambrose said...

Hey Sunny, as a soon-to-be-OTP author, I find this blog to be especially helpful. Thanks go out to Jeana for passing along the tear sheets on new books at OTP that fit my column on AND, if anyone has a blog, I'm interested in being a guest blogger, doing an interview, or even having another book review done of my humorous Hawaiian mystery, PHOTO FINISH.

And right now, if you visit my new FB author page, you can enter a contest for a $25 Amazon Gift card! So, stop on by!

Terry Ambrose said...

Oops, that FB page with the contest is at

Beryl Reichenberg said...

Looks like another great week for OTP. Thanks, Sunny. Beryl