Friday, April 5, 2013

Weekly Round Up

Our Wild Oaks authors received a little love this week by the Western E-Book Team which gave away free samples of their Oak Tree novels. Jim Callan's Western took first place over at Book Town and Carol Crigger has her earliest in her China Bohannon series available on Kindle. All that and more to rope readers in on the Weekly Round-Up!

The book is also being featured in two segments of the Barn Door Book Loft.

The Western E-Books Team is giving free samples of Westerns by three of our authors:
JASON HUNT author of  “A Midsummer Night's Gunfight.” 

CAROL CRIGGER author of  “Three Seconds to Thunder.”

CAROL CRIGGER has also received rights back from the first book in the China Bohannon series, “One Foot On the Edge.” It's available on Kindle for $2.99.

Memoir writer EILEEN OBSER, author of the forthcoming “Only You,” has started her “Share Your Story: Memoir and Personal Essay” classes at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton, NY. The sprint series for her memoir writing workshop at the Connetquot Library in Bohemia, NY, also started this week.



JIM CALLAN has a guest post on the importance of careful thought in selecting names for your characters at Midnight Writers:

CALLAN also has a guest post on Ada Brownell’s site discussing where ideas came from for his latest three mysteries:!/groups/552257888148524/
WILLIAM DOONAN (“American Caliphate”) is launching a new e-book. He'll be trying a couple of new tricks over the next couple of weeks to see if he can discover some arcane book marketing secrets!
Over at Killer Crafts & Crafty Killers, GREGER gives practical diet advice (she taught nutrition
classes for more than 25 years at universities).
Do you remember the Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle books? MARJA MCGRAW, author of the Bogey series, talks about childhood favorites.
  Prolific author MARILYN MEREDITH discusses her latest in the Rocky Bluff PD series, “Dangerous
Impulses over at Kings River Life ezine:
            At Make Mine Mystery, MARILYN is interviewed by Marilyn Levinson. Now you can learn all about her (well, maybe not all ...):
            The last stop on MARILYN'S tour is at Crime Writers where she was asked about the inspiration for her characters:
            On her on blog, MARILYN writes about the character who has undergone the most change in her Rocky Bluff PD series:


Sally Carpenter said...

Thanks for the shoutout, Sunny, and congrats to Jim for his honor.

Eileen Obser said...

Great round-up once again, Sunny. Thanks for mentioning the memoirist and her classes.

James Callan said...

I've said it before, but it's worth repeating - What a busy bunch of writers. Congrats to all. And a special thanks to Sunny for keeping us informed.

don helin said...

Hi Sunny: Looks like lots of good news. Congratulations. Keep up the great work.

Beryl Reichenberg said...

I always enjoy reading the weekly post and seeing how busy the OTP authors are. Also, it gives me some good ideas for marketing and publicity, so thanks to you all and Sunny for your good work. Beryl

Elaine Faber said...

You're all just a blur as you move at the speed of light, promoting your great books. Congrats to all.