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(February 19, 2019) Patricia Cruzan has a new middle-grade mystery out: A Researcher or a Sleuth. Ten-year-old Henry and his 14-year-old sister Liz, along with their family, embark on several trips. Henry makes interesting discoveries as he sightsees and observes artifacts. One breakthrough makes him hope to be a real sleuth in other cases. His sister does help him, but it's hard for her to put the mobile phone away. Many facts come out about Nashville, Paris, London, and other interesting places. It's available online at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2T1BLFj and other booksellers. Also see Pat's website at www.patriciacruzan.com
(January 11, 2019) Jacquelyn Lynn's debut novel, Choices, is now available. "In a horrifying moment of inattention on a dark morning, lives change forever. When college student Samantha Lawrence takes her eyes off the road for just a few seconds to send a text, she swerves out of her lane and hits Kevin Wyland as he rides his bicycle. In a panic, she drives away." Choices is the first book in the Joyful Cup Story series. To get your copy now, go to https://amzn.to/2CeY5kr
(December 3, 2018) Leslie C. Halpern, Oviedo, FL, reports that an essay from her latest book, Scantily Clad Truths (a collection of 15 humorous personal essays), was a finalist in the Writers Assembled 2018 Fall Writing Contest. She was invited to read another essay from the book at Femme Du Monde, a fundraiser for Victim Service Center of Central Florida. Find the book on Amazon at https://amzn.to/2rjnbtp
(November 18, 2018) Dodie Ulery has published her third book, Freedom Song (Taylor and Seale Publishing). The Young Adult novel describes the true journey of one young man, Salvatore Arno, 14 years old. He abandons his very wealthy and politically influential family in Sicily and escapes from an abusive Fascist-controlled Catholic military school to travel to America and a better life in 1899. The political issues may change, but the desire to be free is universal and part of the human spirit. Read more on Amazon at https://amzn.to/2KcU0kh
(November 11, 2018) Bells, Spells, and Murders (https://amzn.to/2Ocat8L) is the newest title in Carol J. Perry's Witch City Mystery series for Kensington Publishers—and someone is spreading deadly holiday cheer through Salem, Massachusetts. Carol stopped by Mystery Playground recently to share a Candy Cane Cranberry Cocktail that sounds amazing and tell us more about her new novel. Read more at www.mysteryplayground.net/2018/11/candy-cane-cranberry-cocktails-and. html
(November 10, 2010) Wendy R. Levine's book, Butterflies Are Free…What About Me: One Woman's Battle With Anorexia Nervosa, is available online at Amazon - https://amzn.to/2DzmZhL. Suitable (and important) reading for teens and adults, the book relates how innocent actions and words by others contributed to her development of anorexia nervosa as a way of life. "It is my hope that my personal story and struggle will educate, motivate and encourage others who are currently fighting an eating disorder."
(October 28, 2018) O'Ryan, the wise cat who contributes to Carol J. Perry's Witch City Mystery Series, gives an interview on Creative Loafing: http://bit.ly/2D9G0qB
(October 27, 2018) Carol J. Perry's latest cozy mystery, Bells, Spells, and Murders, was reviewed on King River Life at http://bit.ly/2ENQ4HG. Among the comments: "This is lucky number seven in the always entertaining Witch City Mystery series, as it seamlessly weaves paranormal aspects into what is definitely a novel for the Christmas season." Plus, as we post this, Bells, Spells, and Murders is on the Barnes and Noble Top 20 Mass Market Paperback List!. Buy your copy there or order online at https://amzn.to/2Ocat8L
(October 15, 2018) Carol J. Perry was interviewed by writer and blogger Rachel Poli at https://rachelpoli.com/2018/10/15/meet-carol-j-perry-author-author-intervi ew/ Carol also passed along the trailer for her next book, Final Exam. You can pre-order at https://amzn.to/2CgVs38 and watch the trailer at http://writerseditorsnetwork.com/
(August 31, 2018) Carol Brzozowski has published Empty Nest, Single Parent: Moving the Needle Toward a Repurposed Life for Kindle and in paperback. The book affirms readers' emotions about letting go and moving on to create a life of their own. Each chapter features the author's own sharing of challenges related to living alone, de-junking the house, physical and emotional health, finances, dating and the adult relationship with a son or daughter and ends by offering solutions the readers can apply to their own lives. Check it out on Amazon at https://amzn.to/2LHrQwU
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