Monday, April 9, 2012

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Happy Monday! Here are last week’s publishing successes. Congratulations everyone.


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Sue Ellis

My review of, The Panic Virus, by Seth Mnookin, strives to clear up some misinformation regarding immunizations and autism. http://internetreviewofbooks.blogspot.com/

“The Fledgling,” which first appeared in Flashquake in 2010, is live at Blueprint Review, a poetry journal. http://blueprintreview.de/29fledgling.htm

Joanna M. Weston

A very short story up at Nail Polish Stories, scroll right down and to find, “Marine Scene.”
http://nailpolishstories.wordpress.com/

4 poems up at Ken Again, with many thanks to the Poetry list for their help.
http://kenagain.freeservers.com/POETRY.HTML#weston
Wayne Scheer

My story, “Fleeting Moments,” reviewed recently in Fiction, is up at Fiction365.
http://www.fiction365.com.php5-12.dfwl-1.websitetestlink.com/?p+2693

Mel Jacob

When Lilacs Bloom, my time travel romance (by Nell DuVall), goes live on Amazon
Friday! Other sites to follow soon.

April Book Reviews:

The Road of Danger (Lt.  Leary), David Drake Baen
Darker Still: A Novel of Magic Most Foul, Leanna Renee Hieber

Viral, by James Lilliefors
With Full Malice by Brenda Hill

G. K. Adams

My flash fiction, “Your Perception,” is up at Flashquake. It's on page 33. Use the strip
of icons at the bottom of the page to navigate. Thanks to all in Fiction who reviewed this piece.   I think the title may have been, “Like Houdini,” then.  Your comments were excellent.

Rasana Atreya

My book, Tell a Thousand Lies, is complimented by author Hugh Ashton during an interview he gave to abiko free press. http://www.abikofreepress.com/2012/04/truth-self-publishing-and-amazon-way.html

The Parents’ Little Black Book of Books reviewed Tell a Thousand Lies, and highly recommended it to young adults and adults.
I am pretty taken aback at how good the reviews have been. Jessica Chambers, author, Dark is The Sky, posted a wonderful review on Amazon and Goodreads:
Peggy Vincent
My memoir, Baby Catcher, used as a contestant question (What is a midwife?) on the television show, Jeopardy.
My novel, Crooked Lines, has an agent! Amanda Wells at Sullivan Maxx Agency is representing me.
Rebeca Schiller
www.rebecaschiller.com
I'm a popular girl today. Our gracious and talented Rick Bylina gave me the wonderful opportunity to guest post on his blog: http://rickbylina.blogspot.com/. Stop by and have a read!
Anand SaiRam Rainman
I have published a mystical thriller, “Murder Mania,” (subbed in Novel List) on Amazon Kindle
http://www.amazon.co.uk/MURDER-MANIA-ebook/dp/B006PTMY40/
Barb Johnson
I’ll be interviewed on James Shannon's radio show, (KTKK, Utah, am 630 K-Talk) on Wednesday, 4/11 at 3:15 PM (EST) or 1:15 (MST), about my books: Behind the Black Robes: Failed Justice, and Why I didn’t Sleep with Mitt Romney & Other Tales, (paperback and Kindle e-book) http://www.amazon.com/Behind-Black-Robes-Failed-Justice/dp/1439241155and
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006VZIMIK

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