Friday, November 2, 2012


While you recover from a Halloween sugar high, take time to read about a haunted dental clinic (and you thought YOUR dentist was scary!), a chilling tale of a Los Angeles author trying to adapt to Michigan and an announcement of a children's book about Abe Lincoln-- from a pig's point of view! 

TERRY AMBROSE, author of soon-to-be-published “License To Lie,” interviews BOB CAWLEY, author of “Components of Murder.” 

JOHN BRANTINGHAM, author of the soon to be published “Mann of War,” gives us a tease as he learns to do You Tube. And, read about his LA friend's culture shock in adapting to Michigan.  

SUNNY FRAZIER (“Fools Rush In,” and “Where Angels Fear,”) tells the ghostly true tale of a haunted dental clinic she worked at:

WENDY GAGER, author of the Mitch Malone series (latest: “A Case of Hometown Blues”), will speak on Planting Red Herrings, at 9 a.m. Nov. 3 at the Get Ready, Set Writing Conference, 28th St. Hilton, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 

Romancing the Heart blog has certainly stolen our hearts by continuing to support OTP authors. WALTER LUCE, author of  “Eva Marie Pennington” and “Vermont Bound,” is the latest interviewee:

Walter was also interviewed on a TV show, “Eye on the Desert.” Luce lives in Palm Springs. 

MARJA MCGRAW, author of  “Bogey Nights” and “Bogey's Ace in the Hole,” will appear at Girls Day Out on Nov. 3 at River Palms Casino, Laughlin, NV. Marja also has an interview up at Kings River Life with a chance to win a copy of her book. 

Also, part two of her piece on writing fright is up at her blog:

Savvy author MARILYN MEREDITH discloses where she gets her ideas: 
Central Valley High School Arts and Craft Fair is hosting CAROL CRIGGER author of  “Three Seconds to Thunder” and “Two Feet Below” Nov. 3-4 from 9-5, Spokane Valley, WA.

“The Big Squeal” a children's book by CAROL ALEXANDER showing the lighter side of Abe Lincoln as told by Liberty the Pig will soon be released by OTP. Pre-ordering is available.  


Sally Carpenter said...

I had a fun guest post up on Oct. 26 that was too late for last week's Friday Round Up. On Dru's Book Musings, my series protagonist, Sandy Fairfax, described "A Day in the Life" of his teen idol years.

delaine lewis said...

Highly reccomend any books by Carol Crigger...have alot of true facts and just plain a good read.

C.L. Swinney said...

Love the round up. Enjoy seeing so many good people with great books and writing affiliated with Oak Tree Press. It's fun checking out blogs, getting ideas, and reading excellent books! As usual Sunny, well done.

WS Gager said...

Thanks Sunny! Great round ups!
W.S. Gager on Writing

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

Great job, Sunny!

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

Great job, Sunny!

Sunny Frazier said...

Chris (and others), I hope you are keeping a list of sites to do your own promotion when the time comes. The Round-Up basically supplies links that your peers have already found for you. Bottom feeding from the work of others has saved me time and effort in my own promotion. Exploit what's out there!

kk said...

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Melanie Jackson, author, editor, piano student said...

Enjoyed the clever cover art and titles. And that new movie about Lincoln was obviously timed to come out at the same time as The Big Squeal.

Beryl Reichenberg said...

I'm looking forward to reading "The Big Squeal"; it's nice to know it's coming out. Beryl