This page lets editors and clients know what our WEN members are doing now. Follow the links to see their books, articles, and other accomplishments.
Members, please refer to our Guidelines for Member News listings.
(July 14, 2018) Carol J. Perry's cozy mystery, It Takes a Coven, received a positive review by Creative Loafing's book reviewer Nano Riley, who "loved the book." Read what she had to say at http://bit.ly/2NhjVrg. Riley also interviewed Carol in a separate piece. You can read the interview at http://bit.ly/2NiGQ5l
(July 6, 2018) Bill Gralnick, Boca Raton, has launched a new website: www.atleastfrommyperspective.net
(July 6, 2018) The Write Space, a monthly Q&A series from Creative Collective covering a Salem (Mass.) writer and a North Shore space that author associates with writing, interviewed Carol J. Perry of Madeira Beach in June. Carol was born in Salem and her popular Witch City Mystery books are set there. You can read the interview at http://bit.ly/2KBTMGO
(July 6, 2018) The audio version of Jacquelyn Lynn's Finding Joy in the Morning: You can make it through the night is now available through Amazon and other online book retailers. You can download it at https://amzn.to/2m1urrc
(June 11, 2018) Carol J. Perry will once again see two of her Witch City Mysteries included in another Kensington/Barnes & Noble Cozy Mystery display, this one from July 10 through August 20. Carol's titles will be Caught Dead Handed and Tails, You Lose. Go to a B&N near you during that month to buy any 3 Kensington cozies and get 1 free. See all titles included at http://sites.kensingtonbooks.com/kensingtoncozies/BN/
(June 3, 2018) Bill Gralnick, Boca Raton, FL, author and blogger, has passed the one hundred mark for his weekly blog "At Least From My Perspective." It can be found at www.atleastfrommyperspectiveblog.wordpress.com. Bill has also published a sequel to his first book, Mirth, Wind and Ire: Social and Political Commentary With a Touch of Humor Thrown In. More Mirth, Wind, and Ire.... can be had for $2.99 at http://smashwords.com/books/view/758411 or through Amazon Kindle (https://amzn.to/2LjHoaq) and Barnes and Noble's Nook. A two part memoir is in the works.
(June 3, 2018) Resonance Theological Journal included Mary Harwell Sayler's article "Christianity and Culture: Who is Truth" in their current issue: https://theologicalresonance.com/journal/christianity-and-culture-who-is-tru th/
(May 29, 2018) KB Schaller's latest novel, DreamTrek: Journey Through the Night's Door was a Finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards in the Multicultural Fiction Category. See it on Amazon at https://amzn.to/2kxTSzH
(May 24, 2018) Watch the latest video in Jacquelyn Lynn's Make Self-Publishing Work for You series: ten of the most common mistakes self-publishers make—mistakes you should avoid with your book. Video and text at https://createteachinspire.com/mistakes-self-publishers-make
(April 30, 2018) Roland Hughes has posted an investigative piece, "Human Trafficking – Information Technology's Dirty Little Secret" at InterestingAuthors.com: http://bit.ly/2rbVd2R - He has also started a related petition on Change.org, "United States Department of Labor: End human trafficking in Information Technology" and would like you to consider signing it at http://bit.ly/2jio9Ss
(April 29, 2018) Watch the latest video by Jacquelyn Lynn in her Make Self-Publishing Work for You series. This one is on small books. Do you have information to share that is more than an article but less than a typical 200- or 300-page book? Consider turning that into a small book. Small books are exactly that—short, small books that address a narrow topic. They're typically quick to write and inexpensive to produce. Go to https://createteachinspire.com/small-books-big-results
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