Friday, July 11, 2014

Catching UP!

Books that went to press this week:

THE DEPUTY, by C.M. Albrecht
   An escaped convict finds refuge as a hired hand on a small farm. But the farm belongs to a deputy sheriff. In this dark tale everybody has an agenda, the fugitive, the sheriff, the sheriff’s wife and everybody else in the small town of Ashley.

MATTEO'S TREASURE: The Moretti Men Series, Vol. 3, by Anna Dynowski
   Jet-setter Santino Moretti died and left the Triple-M property, worth nearly $25 million, to his three neglected sons, Micah, Marek, and Matteo, each born of a different marriage, and each unknown by the others. Before any one of them can inherit, he must take turns living on the farm for three months, then they must return and all three live together for a final three months.

Gallies that went out, are still out, or went out again, this week:
THE NEW NORMAL  a Novel of Alternate Reality, by A.G. Case and P.A. Papineau. 
   Fiction based on the premise that the Sept. 11 attack was successful in it's aim to change American culture. A thoroughly frightening tale.
DEMONCHASER III, by David Berardelli.  
   It's definitely hell in the wrong shoes! Feisty Tiffany LaBoeff is back and ready to solve the world's problems one more time.  
REWIND FORWARD: Kathy Sear and Greg Hawkins Series, Vol. 4, by Michael E. Field. 
   Paul Buckler had everything he could want from life: a beautiful wife, wonderful children, and a great home. But all that came crashing down when false allegations were levied against him and he found out that you are really guilty until proven innocent
TINY TIMELESS TALES: The Writer's Bloc Anthology III
   A Collection of tales by members of the Bloc that includes short stories, poetry, pages from a nonfiction childrens book, and articles about a number of subjects, one including recipes for cooking bugs.
I HAVE A FRIEND ON JUPITER, Celine Rose Mariotti
A story of two young friends who e-mail aliens on Jupiter! When their space ship arrives, so does a lot of adventure. When the space ship leaves-a special bond has been formed.  

THE PROMISE by Karen Rossi
 Katharine Wilder is devastated when her 11-year-old daughter, Maggie, is arrested for shoplifting. Although the girl is only involved by association, Katharine is deeply shaken by the incident and wants to get Maggie involved in wholesome church activities.

Work began, or continued, on the following titles: 
A VANISHING BREED,Volunteer Series, Vol. 2 by Tom Ward 

   The continued adventures of Medic 1260.
MINISTER'S SHOES, VOL. 2 by Celine Rose Mariotti
   Rev. Castle is back in another cozy mystery.

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

ALL LOST THINGS, by Josh Aterovis

CHANGE  OF WORLDS, by Josh Aterovis 

Jack's News!

  by your bookstore cat,  gossip columnist, and feline friend.
Everyone is paid at last!! Thanks to all of you who have elected to get paid by Paypal. It's much quicker for all of us, and for the rest of you, "The Check is in the MAIL!"
Author Dorice Nelson has moved to the SouthLand. It will be a much warmer summer than she was used to back in the Adirondacks, but there should be far less snow to shovel come winter.
Author Elena Dorothy Bowman has been ill, but is recovering nicely, according to sources. She is in all our thoughts and prayers. 
Hurricane Arthur drifted by on July 4, and poured buckets of rain down on us, but we didn't even lose any tree limbs. A wide pass, with only some tidal flooding in the South part of the County. Quite friendly, as hurricane's go.
Don't forget to send me news that I can share with other authors. If it wasn't for you, this would be kind of a boring job.

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