Sunday, June 26, 2011
Monday, June 20, 2011
COMING JULY 1, 2011…
Game 7: Dead Ball – in PRINT!
The eBook version has been rated 4- & 5-stars at Amazon, B&N, Smashwords, and more…
“You might expect a mystery involving a baseball umpire in the World Series to center on fixing games. Schatz happily has chosen to go in a less obvious direction… Game 7 has a huge cast of characters - it is to Schatz's credit as a writer that they're reasonably easy to keep straight… If you like baseball and thrillers, Game 7: Dead Ball is a must read…”
“Simply put, it's a fun, entertaining book that I would recommend for anyone's summer reading list.”
Order your copy of the book beginning July 1 at: https://www.createspace.com/3619727
Additional sales outlets, including Amazon.com, will follow in the coming weeks.
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Sharon Cupp Pennington’s short stories have appeared in numerous online and print venues, with anthology contributions to The Rocking Chair Reader in the Coming Home edition (2004) and Family Gatherings (2005), A Cup of Comfort for Weddings: Something Old, Something New (2007), and Good Old Days Magazine (March, 2007). Her debut novel, Hoodoo Money, was released in May 2008 and the sequel, Mangroves and Monsters, in November 2009. She resides in
MANGROVES AND MONSTERS
In the authors own words:Like most writers, I always had a brain bursting with scenarios and a drawer or shoebox or folder of unfinished manuscripts. My first published story, "McTammany's Bed of Roses," appeared online in The Emporium Gazette, Issue 46, February 2003. With that sale, I earned enough to buy a novel in the paperback section at Wal-Mart or a couple of trade-ins at the local paperback swap-n-shop.
But I was a published author at age 54 - and I was flying!
Now my short stories have appeared in numerous online and print venues, with anthology contributions to The Rocking Chair Reader in the Coming Home edition (2004) and Family Gatherings (2005), A Cup of Comfort for Weddings: Something Old, Something New (2007), andGood Old Days Magazine (March, 2007). Finally, after years of rewrites and the unwavering patience of my "do or die" critique group (Writing Well),Hoodoo Money was released by Draumr Publishing in May 2008. It's the kind of romantic suspense novel I love to read, set in contemporary
Saturday, June 4, 2011
The Fashion Police – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat