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Best Independently Published Children's, MG, a Teen Book Contest

Monday I blogged about Middle Shelf Magazine. Today I want to inform you of a contest they are running for the Best Independently published book. The only drawback on entering is the $40 entry fee, but if you are a self-published author, I thought you would want to know about the contest, so you could make your own decision on whether you think the fee is worth it. 449 more words

Authors And Illustrators

Shelf Unbound's Middle Shelf

While surfing the web I came across Middle Shelf Magazine¬†and thought you might be interested in knowing you can subscribe for free. Then I discovered that Steve Mooser – yes SCBWI’s Steve Mooser was featured in the January/February issue. 25 more words

Picture Books

Literary Agency Looking for Clients

Lydia Blyfield joined the Carol Mann Agency in 2013. She is originally from England where she studied PR and Communications, before gaining a B.A. in English and American Literature at New York University. 451 more words

Opportunity

Book Review: City Love by Susane Colasanti

Sadie, Darcy, and Rosanna are moving into University of New York student housing the summer before their freshman year for summer internships and summer classes. They have never met in person before, but have video chatted a few times. 936 more words

Obsidian (Lux #1) by Jennifer L. Armentrout Book Review!

The first book in the Lux series Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout is a young adult, paranormal romance that was published on May 8, 2012 by Entangled Teens. 793 more words

Book Review

Back In Action!

Sorry for the lengthy radio silence, but the last few weeks have been utterly insane.

To cut a long story short, a few months ago my wife and I made the difficult decision to sell our home, which we could no longer comfortably afford on our self-employment-based incomes. 141 more words

Action Figures

"THERE'S A PUBLISHING DEAL IN THEM THAR HILLS"

Hi friends, fans and visitors,

I was thinking yesterday about this whole publishing business we are engaged in and I couldn’t help but be reminded of the similarities between the modern day rush to be published and the great gold rushes of the early to mid 1800’s. 819 more words

Paul G Day