Member News January 2011
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February 2011
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February 2011

The paperback version of Diane Zahler's middle-grade children's novel The Thirteenth Princess was released by Harper Collins on January 4.


Jenn Kennedy's first book, Success by Design: Revealing Profiles of California Architects has been released.


Chasing Allie Cat, a Junior Library Guild selection, by Rebecca Fjelland Davis will be released in February.


DuEwa Frazier's poem What Light Looks Like in honor of novelist, poet, and playwright PEARL CLEAGE  is featured in the new Winter Sanctuary issue of Kweli Journal.


Brigid Dorsey's essay Litost appears in Paris Was Ours: 32 Writers Reflect On the City of Light and will be published February 8.


Sequins, Secrets and Silver Linings,(Scholastic) the debut middle-grade novel by Sophia Bennett, was just released in the U.S. It was previously released in Brazil.


Marva Dasef's middle grade fantasy novel, The Tales of Abu Nuwas was just released in e-book format. It is available on Smashwords and Kindle and will soon be available in print form from Amazon.


Jinx Schwartz's Land of Mountains is now in Kindle format and available in print form from Treble Heart Books.


Robin Black's collection of short stories If I Loved You I Would Tell You This, was #6 on Oprah's Summertime Reading list.


Lin Fong-O'Neill's fifth children's book, Monkey Mo, Monkey Go! is in print and available at Amazon.


Live and Let Love (Simon andSchuster), an anthology includes essays by Heather Kristin and Andi Buchanan.


L. Anne Carrington received a Shorty Award nomination in the author category.


Beth Mann's story Help. There's a Man After Me was recently chosen as an Editor's Pick by Open Salon.


Neesha Merninger's first book, Shine, Coconut Moon, was published by Simon and Schuster's McElderry Imprint. 

She is independently releasing her second YA novel, Jazz in Love.


Joyce Norman’s Maze In Blue, a mystery thriller, will be released in late February, 2011.


Julie Isaac, founder of the WritingSpirit Book Writers Community, is launching the 2011 S.H.I.N.E. Online Blogging Challenge on 1-11-11. The goal is to help writers build their author’s platform, and connect more deeply with their audience through blogging twice a week--or more--for 111 days (16 weeks).


Tristi Pinkston's second novel in The Secret Sister's Mysteries Series, Dearly Departed, has just been released.


Phoebe Wilcox's PEN/Faulkner and Pushcart-nominated novel, Angels Carry the Sun, has now been reviewed by Midwest Book Review as "thoughtful" and "hard to put down."


Kate Gould is delighted that The Fine Line's first title, The Pocketbook of Prompts: 52 Ideas for a Story, has been published.


Simon and Schuster will be releasing an audio book version of Alma Katsu's novel The Taker.


Maggie Daniel Caldwell's book Animalfish Alphabet has been published.


O. The Oprah Magazine has chosen Susan Conley's forthcoming memoir, The Foremost Good Fortune, for it's February Reading Room.


Invasion, a story by Laura McHale Holland was chosen for inclusion in the anothology, The Best of Everyday Fiction Three.


Dory Adams' creative non-fiction essay Viewing Stories: From Warriors Mark to Arlington, was just published at Connotation Press: An Online Artifcact and her short story Red Winged Blackbirds at 7:35 was published in the December 2010 (Vol. 26, No. 2) issue of Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine.


A Dangerous Woman: The Life Loves and Scandals of Adah Isaacs Menken, 1835-68, Americas Original Superstar, was just published on February 1, 2011 by Michael and Barbara Foster.


Kiana Davenport,  is now available as an indie  ebook on Amazon Kindle,  iPad,  iPhone and all various apps.


Once More ... From the Beginning, by Wendy Bertsch has been published as a Kindle ebook on Amazon.


Malicious Acts by Vivienne Diane Neal is now hot of the press and on sale at Lulu.


Kathryn Brackett's second publication from her story collection is now in the national literary magazine, Mythium: Journal of Contemporary Literature.


Rahna Reiko Rizzuto's memoir, Hiroshima in the Morning, was nominated as a finalist for the 2010 National Book Critics Circle Award.


The Whistle by Pam Parker is now live at Grey Sparrow Press.


Karen Wojcik Berner's novel, A Whisper to a Scream is the Book of the Month for the KindleClay group on Goodreads.


Cheryl Snell's suite of stories, Variations on a Theme with Harmonica, is now available on Amazon in both Kindle and paperback.



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