Sunday, March 17, 2013

Friday Round Up---On Sunday!!

He's also interviewed by Michael Murphy at Emerging Authors:

LESLEY DIEHL, author of “Dumpster Dying” and “Chilled, Grilled and Killed,” is hosting MARILYN MEREDITH at her blog promoting Marilyn's latest, “Dangerous Impulses.”

BERYL REICHENBURG, author of children's books “Ants on a Log,” “Camouflage,” and “The Mysterious Case of the Missing Birthday Cake” will tell all as she joins a panel discussion at the March 17 NightWriters in San Luis Obispo, CA.  The discussion will include information about her experience writing, illustrating, publishing and marketing her children's stories (OTP will get rave reviews). Beryl has three books published by OTP, including the one pictured below.  Two more are scheduled for publication later in the year.  NightWriters meet from 7 to 9 at the PGE Information Center on Highway 101 near Avila Beach. Come and join the fun.

OTP "kidlit" author, Beryl Reichenberg, has a guest blog spot 
scheduled for March 16 with Savvy Authors, "Character Development in 
35 Pages".  As a children's book author, Beryl must squeeze engaging 
characters, involved in a dynamic story along with illustrations into 
the 35 page format of a picture book that young children will want to 
read. Learn how she does it by reading her blog spot:


Julie Luek said...

Great to see authors getting out as guest posts on other blogs, readings, public appearances and even, well, auctions! All good stuff, Sunny. Thanks for sharing.

Beryl Reichenberg said...

Thanks Sunny for all your hard work and great write-ups. We all appreciate how you are getting the word out to the world. I guess Sunday has become the new Friday; whatever works. Beryl

Rick Johnson said...

Thanks, Sunny, for letting me know the site is up. I look forward to going through the site every week. It's a thrill to check out the success and dreams of fellow writers. I disagree with one statement I read. Basically, the statement said you are not an author until you are published. No, that is wrong. Writing comes from the mind and soul. Authorship, and I seriously doubt that is an acceptable word, comes from the heart. You have to love being an author before you can hug the concept of being a writer. And love comes through the heart.

marta chausée said...

That is absolutely fabulous about William Doonan selling out AND getting sold himself for $900. Great stuff!

James R. (Jim) Callan said...

Nice work from a numnber of authors. But I have to say that this week, William Doonan takes the cake. Gives us something to aim for. Way to go, William.

Radine Trees Nehring said...

Sure are sure a lot of books of great interest here!