Welcome to the weekly round-up everyone!
It's an Oak Tree Press reunion in July! Meeting in Vegas for the Public Safety Writers Conference are
MARILYN MEREDITH announced that her latest Rocky Bluff PD mystery is up on Kindle.
Kids books are featured on Houston Style Magazine. You can see a review for "My Name is Huber" a story of a very old tractor by JANE AUMANN and CINDY LADAGE.
There is also a review for "The Big Squeal" by CAROL ALEXANDER. A delightful read about a pig with ties to Abraham Lincoln.
Children's book author BERYL REICHENBERG will teach a class for school aged children on Tuesday, April 16, at 3:30 at the Curious Cup Bookstore in Carpinteria, CA. She shows how to make folded book forms and write stories, where story ideas come from and basic story format. The children will then have an opportunity to write and illustrate their own stories in their newly made books.
Over at an online site called Talking Points Memo, an Amazon ad was spotted for MARY MONTAGUE SIKES’ “Williamsburg Inn,” one of a series of hotel books by the author. Great product placement!
Mary Montague Sikes is a guest on The Edible Bookshelf and on Terry Odell’s blog this week. She is promoting her novel, Night Watch, set in Trinidad. Here are the blog links:
She is also participating in the A to Z Blog Challenge and is creating a painting a day for the month of April. Some of the paintings relate to her books. Please visit her when you can at http://marymontaguesikes.
blogspot.com and follow the progress of her paintings.
SUNNY FRAZIER, author of the Christy Bristol Astrology Mysteries, did a video interview for Kings River Life:
DOUG DANIELSON, nautical author of “Shore Loser,” will be signing books on April 13, 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Windrose Gifts and Coffee Dock in Ventura Harbor Village, Ventura, CA.
LORNA COLLINS, author of “Ghost Writer,” decided to interview her husband Larry—and learned a few things!
In honor of April Fool’s Day, JOHN DANIEL (“Behind the Redwood Door”) writers to in 99-word stories with the theme “The Joke’s On Me.” See what they came up with:
Are libraries irrelevant in the computer age? JOHN LINDERMUTH, author of “Practice To Deceive.” doesn't think so!
author of the Bogey series, blogs about errors in books:
Marilyn also confesses what it really means to be an author: