Friday, December 7, 2012

FRIDAY ROUND-UP




JIM CALLAN, author of soon-to-be-published “A Ton of Gold,” is judging a speech contest at Rivercrest High Schoo in Mt. Pleasant, TX, on Dec. 7. On Dec. 8, he will be speaking and signing books at the Ben Wheeler Book Fair in Ben Wheeler, TX. Over at his blog, he interviews sci-fi author Jade Kerrion.


SALLY CARPENTER, author of “The Baffled Beatlemaniac Caper” shares the news that her short story, "Dark Nights at the Deluxe Drive-in," has been selected for the 2013 Sisters in Crime/Los Angeles chapter's anthology, "Last Exit to Murder." It was one of 16 chosen out of 65 submissions.Good going, Sally!


Before LORNA COLLINS, author of “Ghost Writer,” goes on vacation to Hawaii, she hosts MARILYN MEREDITH at   http://lornacollins-author.blogspot.com

CAROL CRIGGER is going Victorian on us as she speaks at Spice Traders Mercantile and signs her books, “Three Seconds to Thunder” and “Two Feet Below” on Dec. 12. Carol also talks about the “Hereafter” on one of our favorite blog sites: http://tbrtheblog.blogspot.com

Our authors from across the pond, JACK EVERETT and DAVID COLES (“The Back of Beyond”) are blogging on The Big Thrill: 





LESLEY DIEHL, author of “Dumpster Dying,”talks about her manuscript in progress for The Next Big Thing blog hop: http://anotherdraught.blogspot.com  











WENDY GAGER'S reporter, Mitch Malone (“A Case of Hometown Blues”) interviews MARILYN MEREDITH'S character over at     http://wsgager.blogspot.com 

You are NOT going to believe who's reading “A Midsummer Night's Gunfight” for Christmas! Go to http://therealjasonhunt.blogspot.com/  and get your copy for under the tree! Ho, ho, ho, the joke's on us, JASON HUNT




What's with the gunned down guy in the perfectly placed fedora? MARJA MCGRAW, author of  “Bogey Nights” and “Bogey's Ace in the Hole,” explains.





What's MARILYN MEREDITH up to this week? Glad you asked.
A review and book give-away at


On her blog, Marilyn interviews characters from the novels of M.M. Gornell, WENDY GAGER, Pat Gligor and Madison Johns. She talks book marketing with Evelyn Cullet.







RADINE TREES NEHRING, author of Ozark mystery “A Fair To Die For,” (and in the Arkansas Writers' Hall of Fame) writes about book signing horrors (or not):








MARY MONTAGUE SIKES promoted “Daddy's Christmas Angel” this week at  http://celebratewithabook.blogspot.com/2012/12/daddys-christmas-angel.html?spref=fb 
She will be signing at the Tides Inn Christmas Marketplace in Irvington, VA all day Dec. 8, and on Dec. 9, she will sign books at the Arts Alive free Christmas concert at the Fine Arts Center in West Point before and during intermission.



MORGAN ST. JAMES, co-author of “Who's Got the Money?” starts a week-long promotion Dec. 10



She also did an interview on the Jeff Bushman blog talk radio show. Go to www.tunein.com and then enter the words "GOING BEYOND" in the search box to reach the show.

11 comments:

Sally Carpenter said...

I posted the link on my Facebook page. We're a busy bunch!

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

These are so much fun.

Sunny Frazier said...

I'm glad you people are enjoying it as much as I like doing it.

Terry Ambrose said...

Lots going on with all these authors and, duh, it's been such a hectic week that I forgot to mention my presentation that I did on scams and cons to the Lake San Marcos Kiwanis club. My bad!

Julie Luek said...

Great books and promotions-- I'll get it on my facebook as well. recenor 900

Julie Luek said...

Sunny-- do you or OTP have a twitter account?

Sunny Frazier said...

Julie, I don't tweet, but Billie has a twitter account. However, would love someone to be tweeting the Round-Up. Smart authors would find many promotional opportunities if they simply checked it out.

jrlindermuth said...

Facebooked and Twittered.

Julie Luek said...

I shared on FB and tweeted this article but would give credit to you if you or OTP if you did.

Just another avenue to "get 'er out there".

Billie Johnson said...

Our Twitter handle is @OakTreePress

And I usually Tweet the Round Up 3-4 times each week. My tweets show up on FB also.

We have several Facebook listings. My usual is Oak Tree Press there too, but I don't post directly that often...

Billie Johnson
Oak Tree Press

Suzi said...

I enjoy these posting so much Sunny! And I too like to share this link on Oak Tree's facebook page. I also try to share each individual link with our facebook fans through the week. It seems we are overflowing with good reads! Awesome!