Monday, November 12, 2012

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

IWW members outdid themselves this week. Please join me in celebrating these latest publication successes.


Adrienne Ross Scanlan

I'm pleased beyond words to say that Blue Lyra Review, Issue 1.2, is now online!
For interested IWWers, we publish fiction, poetry, translations and nonfiction.

Mel Jacob

Reviews at
Collision Course by David Crawford
The Creative Fire (Book One of Ruby's Song) by Brenda Cooper Pyr
The Lazarus Machine: A Tweed & Nightingale Adventure by Paul Crilley Pyr
What I Found at Hoole by Jeffrey E. Barlough
Approaching the Hunger Games Trilogy: A Literary and Cultural Analysis by Tom Henthorne McFarland &  Company (non-fiction)
Reviews at
A Bomb Built in Hell: Wesley's Story by Andrew Vachss
Hand for a Hand (Di Gilchrist) by Frank Muir
Loved Honor More (Elizabeth Pepperhawk/Avivah Rosen) by Sharon Wildwind
Stalking Season by Maryann Miller

Kareen Wade McCabe

I recently entered my book, The Dragon's Call, in a promotion to receive a free book trailer from a new organization called Crunchreel. There were a number of entries and The Dragon's Call was selected!

I was interviewed on a book reviewers blog here.

Francene Stanley

The second book written by Edith Parzefall and myself, Knights in Dark Leather, has just been launched on Amazon. Our writing partnership formed and flourished on the novels-l writing list. Everyone who participated in giving excellent critiques should pat themselves on the back too.

Anita Saran

I've self published another non fiction title - a detailed account of how I wrote my fantasy novella, The Choosing, - critted here – thanks to all those who read it . The how to is almost as many words as the novella itself!
By the way, I created the cover using one of my paintings, MS Paint and Windows Live Gallery.

Rick Bylina

My super-duper collection of sixty-six short stories, Bathroom Reading (Short Stories for Short visits) is up on Amazon KDP Select at . Paperback is coming soon.

Edith Parzefall

Although I've never participated in NaNoWriMo, this time of year, I'm most productive and creative. Rosalie Skinner was kind enough to host me as guest blogger with my Ode to November:

Jack Shakely

Post-9/11  GI Bill is abused by for-profit universities,0,7753719.story

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