Friday, February 21, 2014

Catching UP!

 Books that went to press or back to press this week:

THE STORYBOOK, by Elena Dorothy Bowman

Who hasn’t marveled at the sight of a child nestled in his or her grandparents arms as the reader takes that child into the kingdom of tigers, and dragons and bears, oh my! Watching as their grandchild’s eyes light up, drifting off into the domain of far away places, to distant parts of an exotic world, to the bottom of the sea,  and even to the far reaches of space.

POWERS IN BALANCE: Red Knight Chronicles, Vol. 6. by Ray Morand

There is a bloody war being waged between the mage-ruled Kingdom of Ludnikan led by the dark elf armies of the Nameless King against the elven Kingdom of Nadezhda and her ally the Kingdom of Niadhardal. The Scaled Fist and Nexus teams are barely holding their enemies at the borders and then only because of the dragons constantly being recruited by Captain Isobel, the only known dragon speaker.
A VANISHING BREED: The Volunteer Series, Vol. 2, by Tom Ward.

Heroic firefighter Robert J. Doyle is back, still struggling with his inner demons, the result of an incident in war torn Lebanon, when he ordered the destruction of a complete village. As he walked through the carnage, Doyle vowed one day to pay for the loss of innocent lives.

Work began or continued on the following titles:

SWANNEE RIVER MOON, by Thornton Parsons
   When their plans for their Charleston vacation are sidelined, Bonnie and Sue find that Savannah offers more than meets the eye.

MOONLIT BAY, by Elena Bowman
   A paranormal novel.

THE DEPUTY, by C.M. Albrecht
   A dark mystery from popular author C.M. Albrecht

THE MORGENSTEIN MURDERS: Jonas McCleary Series, Vol. 2, by C. M. Albrecht

Sequel to the popular SAND BLUFF MURDERS, detective Jonas McCleary moves to the city and finds himself facing a serial killer.

BLEEDING HEARTS: Killian Kendal Mystery Series, Vol. 1

   Winner of the Stonewall Society's 2002 Pride in the Arts Literary Award in the Whodunit Category!


REAP THE WHIRLWIND: Killian Kendall Mystery Series, Vol. 2,  by Josh Aterovis.
   Suicide, or murder? That's the question in the second Killian Kendall mystery. Will Smith suspects murder when an old childhood pal drowns, and asks his friend Killian for help in solving the mystery.

TRUTH OF YESTERDAY,  by Josh Aterovis


CHANGE  OF WORLDS, by Josh Aterovis 

THE PROMISE, by Kaarina Brooks

REWIND FORWARD, by Michael E. Field



It's me, Jack!

Gossip is my favorite thing, so... Arline's face is sure red! The last Catching UP! had Elaine Simmons's name on THE STORYBOOK, when the book was actually written by Elena Dorothy Bowman! I know she is sorry, Elena, but Arline should really be more careful.  As for me, I love your Sarah's Landing series. Telepathic communication is my favorite thing! After all, it's what I do.

Author Elaine Simmons and her family will be appearing on Saturday afternoon at the National Outdoor Show in Golden Hill, MD. with copies of her newest book ROOTIE'S ADVENTURES.

Bashful author Tom Ward insists his volunteer paramedic character Robert J. Doyle is not a hero, just because he goes out and saves lives. Arline wrote "heroic" on the cover anyway and said she believes that all paramedics are heroes, because when it's you lying on the Gurney, you know who the heroes really are.

Jack, your Official Bookstore Cat!

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