This is quite a week for Oak Tree!
We're very excited to be part of this weekend's San Gabriel Valley Literary Festival in West Covina, California. One of our own, JOHN BRANTINGHAM, has worked years to make this a reality and will be launching his novel “Mann of War” at the event. Also launching her mystery, “Murder's Last Resort” is MARTA CHAUSEE. Oak Tree will have a table at the festival, manned by authors MARJA MCGRAW, MARILYN MEREDITH, MORGAN ST. JAMES and SUNNY FRAZIER. The authors will be reading from their work on Sunday afternoon and evening. For more information, go to the Face Book site: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-San-Gabriel-Valley-Literary-Festival/218795041497377?fref=ts
Mysterious Galaxy, San Diego's independent bookstore, hosted the launch party for TERRY AMBROSE'S "License to Lie" on Friday. The event came on the heels of the book receiving its fifth 5-star review on Amazon giving it an average rating of 4.8.
We're very proud of our cover art, and two OTP books have earned awards: WILLIAM DOONAN'S “American Caliphate” and MARVA DALE'S “Death of a Flapper.”
The big deal over at the Taylorville, Illinois, library was CAROL ALEXANDER'S children's book, “The Big Squeal.” The author received local support just in time for Abe Lincoln's B-day.
Over at The Joy of Story blogspot, JOHN DANIEL (“Behind the Redwood Door”) interviews LESLEY DIEHL, author of “Grilled, Chilled and Killed."
SUNNY FRAZIER, acquisitions editor for Oak Tree Press, talks about the dreaded query letter in “A Tale of Two Queries” over at Novel Spaces.