Monday, October 8, 2012

IWW Members' Publishing Successes



The list keeps growing! Please join me in congratulating the following IWW members for their publishing successes over the past week.

Judith

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Mira Desai

Delighted to announce publication of a story on Pureslush for their Virtualism theme:http://pureslush.webs.com/payback.htm OR http://bit.ly/RbmqIy

Hats off to the Practice group, as always.

Judith Welpman (writing as Christina Cole)

Secret Cravings Publishing has accepted my historical romance, Happily Ever After, for both e-publishing and print. It is scheduled for online release in April and will be available in print in October 2013. Irresistible, another historical romance, is available as an e-book now, and is scheduled for print next month.  
Both novels began with NaNoWriMo. In other words... if you've never done NaNo before, give it a shot! If you've done it in the past, do it again. Let yourself go and enjoy the unleashed  creativity it provides.

Mel Jacob

A review that just missed getting into last week’s yahoos:
Murder in Geneva by D-L Nelson

The .99 cent ebook of Corpulent Chiroteran, by Nell DuVall, is up at Amazon just in time for Halloween. A humorous story of a naive, portly vampire.

Ellen Achilles Kombiyil
Hi everyone! I'm thrilled to share that my recently published poem, “Letter to the Gods of the L&D Ward,” has been nominated for a Best of the Net Award! What an honor!
Bill Backstrom
My flash short, “Mommy and Santa,” is up today on OneFortyFiction.http://www.onefortyfiction.com/archives/mommy-and-santa
Here it is if you can't follow the link: Mommy And Santa I saw Mommy kiss Santa. He grabbed his pants and ran when Dad got home. I’ll bet I get lots of toys because Santa likes Mommy’s cookies.
Wayne Scheer
My story, “The Cat's Pajamas,” written from a dog's point of view, won the September Whidby Students Fiction Contest and a prize of $50.  It's a monthly contest sponsored by the MFA program at Northwest Institute of Fine Arts.  The story is up at their home page. http://whidbeystudents.com
My flash, “Serving the Man,” is up at Bartleby Snopes.  No money; just fame. http://www.bartlebysnopes.com/
Both of these stories were written with the Practice group, so I owe them my gratitude--but I ain't sharing the fifty bucks.
The money keeps rolling in.  Whortleberry Press just accepted my story, “A Seabolt Family Christmas,” in exchange for ten bucks.  I'm earning so much money, I won't be making public more than two years of my tax forms. http://whortleberrypress.com
Kareen McCabe

Celebrating the release of The Dragon's Call - thanks to all you IWW members who critted and encouraged! Feel free to join in here for prizes, games, and fun :) http://tinyurl.com/934k7m4

Bob Sanchez

My 72nd review of When Pigs Fly, is the best I could ever ask for:http://amzn.to/Q6eTeN

Edith Parzefall

Kareen is hosting me today (Oct. 7) on her blog as I give some tips on how to create distinct voices for characters. Check it out if you're interested. http://tinyurl.com/8grmt5a

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