October 24 2014

The Weekly Roundup

Live Events:

 

 

November 1stExodus 2022 author, Kenneth Bennett partners with Larry Weiner for a reading event at Village Books in Bellingham, Washington. The fun begins at 4pm!

November 1st – Celebrate the launch of All The Pretty Bones with Camela Thompson. RSVP on Facebook.

November 2nd – Join Dave O’Leary for the launch of The Music Book. Party down at High Dive in Seattle, Washington. You can RSVP here.

November 5th – Please, Pretty Lights author Ina Zajac will be reading at Village Books in Bellingham, Washington. Coffee and dessert will be served.

November 6thEnjoy a live reading from My Fluorescent God with author, Joe Guppy at Third Place Books Ravenna. Grab a coffee and a seat just before 7pm.

December 4th ~ Bibliophiles in Texas: See The Paragraph Ranch co-authors Kay Ellington and Barbara Brannon at the second annual Nighthawks Literary and Arts Night in Lubbock.

December 6th – Local Author Event! Shari J. Ryan invites you to a signing event at Whitinsville Social Library in Whitinsville, Massachusetts!

 
 
 

Noteworthy Moments:

 

 

Will North shares a funny take on romance, murder, and large print. “[T]he books on [large print] shelves fall into only two literary genres: steamy romance novels and murder mysteries. What could explain this?”

Meredith Schorr stops by Women’s Fiction Writers to discuss her fear of the big 4.0. “Almost every book I’ve read about a woman in my age group focused on her early mid-life crisis…”

A warning to Restaurateurs: Don’t serve Paula Marie Coomer faux roasted beets!  “Do I sound spoiled? This is what happens when you primarily eat fresh food.”

 
 
 

Insights:

 

 

Ina Zajac stops by the Writer 2.0 podcast to discuss the Booktrope business model, her debut novel—Please, Pretty Lights—and the writing process with A.C. Fuller.

There are few things in this world more valuable than a mentor who tells it like it is.  Kit Bakke shares her personal experience.

 
 
 

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