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Editing Service — Caviar

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A message from David MacNamera, the founder of Caviar Reviews and Editing: Are you tired of seeing some of your books receive one-star reviews with no written justification? Sick of shallow reviews from ‘review exchanges’ that just seem to be written with info off of your book cover and one or two pages of your…

New Release — Doc Talk

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From the author of the Writer’s Guide to Medicine series comes Doc Talk: Medical Slang & Terminology for Writers, a reference guide to medical phrases, terminology, and slang. Need to incorporate medical terminology into your story? Want to write the authentic voice of a doctor or nurse? Look no further. In Doc Talk, physician and…

New Release — Hide Your Light

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Hide Your Light is a paranormal suspense novel from The Wild Rose Press, by Stacy Johns writing as Penny Arrow. Since she was a teen, Robin Fox has been tormented by painful glimpses of the future, never enough to prevent disaster. Back then, her gift painted a target on her back, and she fled a…

New Release — Deep Canyons

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Deep Canyons, Book 2 in Nan C Ballard’s science fiction western series, is available for pre-order and will launch on November 22. In Deep Canyons, Lee Vawn-Cory still hasn’t come to terms with her ordeal three years earlier. She has split from Seth Reilly. Now she joins a trek on horseback to explore an unsettled…

New Release — Where We Call Home

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Reconnect with the natural world through essays that blend science and prose. In her debut work, Where We Call Home: Lands, Seas, and Skies of Pacific Northwest, Portland-based journalist and Willamette Writers member Josephine Woolington sheds light on diverse flora and fauna of the Pacific Northwest, from the coastal tailed frog to yellow-cedar. Through interviews…

Author Event — Suzanne Parry at Powell’s

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Local author Suzanne Parry will discuss her debut historical novel, Lost Souls of Leningrad, in conversation with Laura Stanfill and Suzy Vitello, at Powell’s City of Books on Thursday, November 10 at 7 pm. Equal parts World War II epic, family saga, and love story, this compelling tale is both a testament to human resilience…

New Release – Found

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This Fall 2022, what was lost is Found: Ten years after the drowning death of her daughter in the Colorado, Eleanor Clay subsists finding corpses for Bristlecone Springs PD, until the day she finds three-year-old Lizzie, living but left-for-dead in a culvert under the railroad tracks. This crime unspools to a series of brutal kidnappings…

Trick or Trope This Halloween?

By Tracy Hoagland It’s official, autumn is here. Some people can’t wait to get lost in a corn maze. Others want to soak in the last rays of October sun before the long—and wet—winter to come. But if you’re like me, Halloween is what you’re really looking forward to. Recently I got a chance to…

New Release – Only This Step

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Philip Kenney’s book of haiku poems, Only This Step, will release in February 2023. Readers of Only This Step will find that these poems open the mind to new ways of seeing and experiencing. In an introductory essay to haiku, former United States Poet Laureate Billy Collins wrote this about the nature of this form:…

Press Acquisition — Brighter Than Her Fears

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Creative James Media, a small press located in Pasadena, Maryland, announced it has signed author Lisa Ard for her debut adult standalone historical fiction novel. Brighter Than Her Fears will release in January 2024. Her previously published children’s books include Fright Flight, Dream Team, and the Kay Snow award finalist Saving Halloween. Find out more.