Friday, October 12, 2012

FRIDAY ROUND-UP

The word is out! Book Town started their Week Update with our Friday Round-Up. Not a member of Book Town yet? Support the site that supports OTP! http://booktown.ning.com TERRY AMBROSE, author of soon-to-be-published “License To Lie,” is being interviewed by DOUG DANIELSON over at Doug's blog, The Nautical Muse. http://www.doug-danielson.com/blog/ JOHN BRANTINGHAM, author of the soon to be published “Mann of War,” talks about alternative marketing and goats (?) over at his site: http://www.johnbrantingham.blogspot.com
MARK BOUTON, author of the FBI thriller “The Sacrifice,” will speak at the Leawood Library conference on Oct. 18, Leawood, Kansas, on research for books STEPHEN BRAYTON talks about his novel, “Alpha,” over at http://pagereaders.com/stephen-l-brayton-shares-alpha LORNA COLLINS, author of “Ghost Writer,” found a fun site run by a “virtual” reviewer. I couldn't make David wink but I'm going to give it another try. http://askdavid.com/reviews/book/ghost-writer/2402
Lorna also does a bit of reminiscing over at her blog: http://lornacollins-author.blogspot.com HOLLI CASTILLO, author of “Gumbo Justice” and “Jamalaya Justice” demonstrates her wild side over at http://wildwomenauthorsx2.blogspot.com LESLEY DIEHL, author of “Dumpster Dying,” reports that the Thanksgiving anthology, “The Killer Wore Cranberry” containing one of her stories is now available on Amazon and at http://bit.ly/RwyLY8 She also hosts Chris Redding, author of sexy novel “Blonde Demolition” (excerpt included) at www.anotherdraught.blogspot.com
WILLIAM DOONAN (“American Caliphate”) blogs about fiction writing at Novel Spaces: http://novelspaces.blogspot.com/2012/10/lend-helping-hand.html William is also offering a serialized novel at http://williamdoonan.wordpress.com/medicineland/ WAYNE DUNDEE, Western author of “Dismal River” and “Reckoning at Rainrock,” blogs over at Romancing the Heart : http://romancingtheheartinterviews.blogspot.com
I.C. ENGER, author of “Blue Ice,” will speak at the Garden Club in Bellevue, WA, on Oct. 13 at 2 p.m. SUNNY FRAZIER (“Fools Rush In,” and “Where Angels Fear,”) reviews Jeffrey Deaver's latest, a book set in Fresno, her neck of the woods. Did he get it right? http://kingsriverlife.com/10/06/xo-by-jeffrey-deaver She also did a blog on “The Politics of Publishing” over at Writers Who Kill: http://writerswhokill.blogspot.com/2012/10/the-politics-of-publishing.html
MARJA MCGRAW, author of “Bogey Nights” and “Bogey's Ace in the Hole,” asks “How's Your Credibility?” over at her blog: http://www.marjamcgraw.com Prolific author MARILYN MEREDITH reveals the winners of the blog tour over at http://www.marilynmeredith.blogspot.com/2012/contest-winners-and-results-of-my-blog.html And she has a piece about naming characters at http://murderousmusings.blogspot.com/ RADINE TREES NEHRING, author of Ozark mystery “A Fair To Die For,” (and in the Arkansas Writers' Hall of Fame) will be at the fair management booth signing books at the War Eagle Craft Fair, Rogers, Arkansas. The fair runs from Oct. 18-21. This is the fair Radine writes about in her mystery novel. She'll also be at the Rogers Public Library in Rogers, Arkansas to talk about the dollhouse she's creating and craft fairs. The event begins at 2 p.m. And, on her blog, she talks about Believing in Ourselves: http://radine.wordpress.com
SHIRLEY OLDRIDGE will be signing her book, “The Support Group” on Oct. 13 from 1-4 at Barnes & Nobel, Rainbow Promenade, Las Vegas. CORA RAMOS, author of soon-to-be-published “Dance the Dream Awake” has readers share true ghost stories all month. http://bit.ly/OPkn0M Rabbi ILENE SCHNEIDER, author of the soon-to-be-published “Unleavened Dead” was part of the Meet the Authors Night at the Voorhees Branch of the Camden County Library on Oct. 10.
Artist/author MARY MONTAGUE SIKES has a painting on exhibition at the Hillyer Art Space, Washington, DC, from Oct. 12-Nov. 3.

7 comments:

Lorna Collins - said...

I got David to wink and smile. It's a fun site.

Holli said...

I have to say Mark Bouton's THE SACRIFICE looks positively terrifying with that cover. I'm almost afraid to read it.

I am loving the roundup each week. It's good to stay connected.

Pam Richards said...

I got David to wink and smile. I was afraid to make him mad, though. 'Cause he had a link to a review of my book! Neat site. Thanks for sharing!

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

What a busy bunch of authors! Good job, Sunny!

Monti said...

Thanks, Sunny for including the art show. Actually, my painting is in the National Juried All-Media Exhibition in Petersburg, VA. The juror for the show is gallery director at the Hillyer Art Space in DC. I was thrilled to have my art in the National show.

Monti

Cora said...

Too many good books and blogs to read in one sitting. Have to come back to read more. Love the offerings this week.

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