Monday, February 5, 2018

IWW Members' Publication Successes

Eric Petersen

My review of A Reckoning in the Back Country, a Samuel Craddock Mystery by Terry Shames, has been published by the Internet Review of Books.

Wayne Scheer

The Sunlight Press has accepted my short story, "Turn Around," for its online journal. It will be featured in four to six months. I wrote this in three different flashes for Practice and the connected full story was critiqued in Fiction, so I have a lot of people to thank.

Good professional editors who respond promptly, and they pay They're looking for short stories, flash, creative nonfiction with unsentimental but upbeat endings, despite what the character goes through.

Joanna M. Weston

I have two poems up at Shot Glass Journal, issue #24. Many thanks to the Poetry list for helping me with these.

Mel Jacob

Book reviews at SFRevu:

Djinn City by Saad Z. Hossain The Unnamed Press Trade Paperback ISBN/ITEM#: 9781944700065

Those who like black comedy will love Djinn City by Saad Hossain. Filled with one-liners and pithy observation, it is a treat to read. It details a fight between humans and djinn for survival. Don't expect a happy ending.

The Rift Frequency (Rift Uprising Trilogy) by Amy S. Foster Harper Voyager Hardcover ISBN/ITEM#: 9780062443182

Amy Foster's hero Ryn Whittaker, a Citadel soldier, along with fellow Citadel soldier Levi Branach follows her lover Ezra Massad into a rift, an opening between this Earth and an alternate one. Determined to learn how to control the rifts and bring Ezra back safely, she must first learn who the real enemies are.

Book Review at Gumshoe Review:

The Vineyard Victims (Wine Country) by Ellen Crosby Minotaur Books Hardcover / eBook ISBN/ITEM#: 9781250076625

Ellen Crosby adds to her Wine Country Mysteries with Vineyard Victims, the eighth in the series. Lucie Montgomery witnesses the death of a good friend and former presidential candidate when his car forces her off the road and he veers into a large stone pillar. Was it an accident, suicide, or murder?

Mona Leeson Vanek (MT Scribbler)

The Sanders County Ledger, the weekly newspaper published in Sanders county seat, published another excerpt from my trilogy, Behind These Mountains, the documented history of northwestern Sanders County. The excerpt is taken from Volume I, Chapter Eight "Working Men." All three volumes can be read online free.

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