On November 8, Janel Gradowski will be publishing the next installment of the Bartonville series, “The Queen of Bad Decisions”, as an ebook on Amazon. She would love to get some reviews up for it quickly, to give it a little boost and hopefully put it on the reading radar of more people. If you would like to review this novelette which takes about an hour to read, please let her know by filling out a request here.
Our own, Estrella Azul’s #fridayflash this week, “The Closet of Dreams”, was featured over at ArtiPeeps this past Friday.
Alan Baxter’s new short story, “All the Wealth in the World“, will be in the inaugural issue of a new digital magazine from Dagan Books called Lakeside Circus. It’s a short-form speculative fiction magazine, published quarterly. Lakeside Circus aims to publish 200,000 words of new flash fiction, short stories and poetry every year, starting in late 2013. Check out their website to read Alan’s story, and to learn more about the magazine. He also has two short stories being featured in issue #10 of Midnight Echo – “Exposure Compensation” and “It’s Always the Children That Suffer.”
Our own, Cathrine Russell, is posting weekly Podcast episodes of My Writing Niche in honor of each week of National Novel Writing Month, throughout November.
Anna Tan will be launching her book, “Love in Penang” on November 30th as part of the Georgetown Literary Festival.
Magaly Guerrero’s eBook collection of short stories, “AlmaMia Cienfuegos and Other Stories“ is now available on Amazon.
Stephanie Ayers revealed the cover art for her upcoming book, “Till Death Do Us Part.” She also has a story called “Fear” in the Write on Edge Literary anthology, “Precipice 13.”
Teaser Tuesday — Drop by FFDO on Thursday afternoon, to read an article on what November Literary Celebrations we can look forward to celebrating or simply getting inspiration from, which have nothing to do with National Novel Writing Month
Congratulations to everyone!
If you are doing NaNoWriMo this year and would like to share your experience with us please contact Editor Estrella Azul. We would love to hear from you.
- Angie C.
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