July 03 2015

The Weekly Roundup

In This Edition:

 

  1. Opportunities
  2. Live Events
  3. Noteworthy Moments
  4. Insights

 

Read For Free (and Nearly Free)

 

  1. Free Titles
  2. Enter to Win
  3. 99¢ Titles

 

Opportunities:

Our Creative Community is growing by leaps and bounds. Booktrope is seeking the following:

 

  • Authors
  • Book Marketing Managers
  • Editors
  • Proofreaders
  • Designers

 

Learn more to see if Booktrope is the right fit for you!

 

Live Events:


 

July 8thLearning to Float: Allan Ament shares his journey as caregiver to his wife, Delores, following her stroke. This memoir speaks from the heart of a husband-caregiver. Stop by Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park, Washington and join the discussion at 7pm.

July 16th ~ 19th – Meet Terry Persun (as well as other Booktrope friends and associates) at the PNWA Summer Writers’ Conference in Seattle, Washington.

July 23rd ~ 26th – Everett Maroon will be leading a workshop Cascade Writers 2015. Sign up now!

July 25thA.C. Fuller will be celebrating the launch of The Anonymous Source at Lowercase Brewing in Seattle, Washington. With beer, a prize raffle, a book reading and Mexican food, fun should abound. Join the festivities from 6 ~ 9 pm PDT.

July 25th – Several Booktrope authors will be signing at the Kiss and Tell Author Event in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania ~ including Addison Kline, S. Donahue, Cori Williams and C.D. Taylor.

July 27th – Join the Conversations with Las Comadres monthly teleconference: Featuring Eleanor Parker Sapia.

August 1st – Join H.M. Jones for an online release party for Monochrome. Meet authors, have fun and enjoy a few surprises from 8 pm ~ 11 pm EST!

August 7thE.C. Moore will be celebrating the release of Incurable on Facebook and you’re invited!

August 10thKandi J. Wyatt is hosting a Facebook party to mark the release of Dragon’s Future. Chat with authors, have fun and maybe win some prizes from 4 pm ~ 8 pm EST!

 
 
 

Noteworthy Moments:



 

[ICYMI] Friends Don’t Let Friends Mix Limes and Sun: This ‪Independence Day weekend learn from Laura Kilmartin‘s experience. “[T]he combination of lime juice and sunshine can lead to a very uncommon skin condition called phytophotodermatitis…”

[Video] Galit Breen stops by Musings on Motherhood & Midlife for an interesting conversation with Estelle Erasmus. Watch as they talk fat shaming, the pursuit of passion projects and writing.

Reindeer Herders & Lovesick Photographers: Lacking a clear historical narrative, JT Twissel invents stories for old family photos. “Once in the US, [my ancestors] turned their backs on the old world including its customs and languages. As a result I never heard tales of the old country nor did I hear mother tongues being spoken. And so, I did what any ordinary child would: I made up stories.”

 
 
 

Insights



 

50 Shades of Trolls: Rachel Thompson‘s latest article for Huffington Post takes on the ‪#‎AskElJames fiasco and many experts weigh in.

A.C. Fuller shares 3 things he learned about his ‪kids while writing his book. “Kids aren’t proud of their parents the same way parents are proud of their kids…”

 
 
 

Read For Free (and Nearly Free):



 

Free for everyone (who reads ebooks made for Kindle – and no, you don’t have to have a Kindle to read these ebooks)

 

 

            Romance

 

 

 

 

            Paranormal

 

 

 

            Literary Fiction

 

 

 

            Just for Kindle Fans

 

 
 

Enter to win:

 

Books ~

 

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99¢ Titles:  

 

Young Adult ~

 

            Romance

 

 

 

            Fantasy and Science Fiction

 

Grown Up Reads ~

           

            Romance

 

 

 

 

            Contemporary Women’s Fiction

 

 

 

            Fantasy / Sci-Fi / Paranormal Reads

 

 

            General Fiction

 

 

            Non-Fiction

 

 

            Short Stories

 

 

 

 

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