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Short Story Publication — El Chico Maravilla

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Check out Tom Larsen’s new short story, “El Chico Maravilla,” featuring Ecuadorian police captain Ernesto Guillén in the July / August issue of Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine. Read what happens when Capitán Guillén finds himself set up to take the fall for a murder.

Author Event — Bookselling with Author Event Network

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Sell your books at the NW Garage event in Vancouver on 7/2/2022, with the Author Event Network! Find info below from member Andrew Sweet: Want to sell some books? At AEN, we’ve been successful selling at non-author events like festivals and the like. The booth fees are pretty significant for many such events, and Guy…

New Release — Of the Forest

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Linda Ferguson’s new chapbook, Of the Forest, was the second-place winner of The Poetry Box Annual Chapbook Prize 2021 and is available at Annie Bloom’s Books and The Poetry Box. A story of three siblings, a spouse, and a surname, Of the Forest weaves poems that hint of danger while also celebrating love… and the…

Member News: New Release — Of the Forest

Of the Forest

Linda Ferguson’s new chapbook, Of the Forest, was the second-place winner of The Poetry Box Annual Chapbook Prize 2021 and is available at Annie Bloom’s Books and The Poetry Box. A story of three siblings, a spouse, and a surname, Of the Forest weaves poems that hint of danger while also celebrating love… and the…

Member News: New Release — Dark Sand

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Book #4 in the Port Stirling Mystery series, Dark Sand, released in March from author Kay Jennings. Police chief Matt Horning thought life in Port Stirling, Oregon was returning to normal after the earthquake. He was dead wrong. One of the world’s leading geologists, British Lord Phineas Stuart, has gone missing in this classic whodunnit.…

New Release — Dark Sand

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Book #4 in the Port Stirling Mystery series, Dark Sand, released in March from author Kay Jennings. Police chief Matt Horning thought life in Port Stirling, Oregon was returning to normal after the earthquake. He was dead wrong. One of the world’s leading geologists, British Lord Phineas Stuart, has gone missing in this classic whodunnit.…

New Release — Kaleidoscope

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Tiffany Dickinson has released Kaleidoscope, a middle-grade novel set in Portland in 1980. This coming-of-age historical novel is a warm and funny read starring Tabby, a bi-racial 12-year-old, and her eclectic group of friends. While navigating the typical 7th grade stressors of friends, family, and boys, Tabby struggles to determine who she really is as…

Member News: New Release — Kaleidoscope

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Tiffany Dickinson has released Kaleidoscope, a middle-grade novel set in Portland in 1980. This coming-of-age historical novel is a warm and funny read starring Tabby, a bi-racial 12-year-old, and her eclectic group of friends. While navigating the typical 7th grade stressors of friends, family, and boys, Tabby struggles to determine who she really is as…