Tuesday, August 1, 2017

The CBC recommends A Family Matter by Chris Laing, A Keeper's Truth by Dee Wilson wins the Kobo prize, Secret of the Home Woods: The Sacrifice by Julie Witley nominated for Literary Classics award, and Aisha Munroe publishes short story

Hi, Brian.
Shelagh Rogers and her panel of mystery readers on the CBC have recommended nine books for this summer's reading. A Family Matter is one of them. Max Dexter rides again!
Chris Laing
Listen to the recommended summer reading list on The Next Chapter with Shelagh Rogers here.
You can read more about A Family Matter and buy a copy at Seraphim Editions, here.
For information about submitting to Seraphim Editions, see here.

Hi, Brian.
I heard today that my first book. Secrets of the Home Wood: The Sacrifice is a Literary Classics Book Award finalist! So, it has been a finalist twice and a winner once.
Thanks, Brian!
Julie Whitley
For more about Secrets of the Home Wood: The Sacrifice, visit Julie’s website here. To buy a paperback or Kobo edition,visit Chapters/Indigo here.

Hi, Brian.
I have taken a few of your seminars and wanted to let you know that has published one of my stories. It's called “Snow.”  I always find your seminars enlightening and try to catch them whenever I can. Thanks for the help. 
Aisha Munroe
Read Aisha’s story here.
For information on submitting to CommuterLit, see here.

Hi, Brian.
I can’t believe it, Brian, I actually won the Kobo Emerging Writer prize for best speculative fiction with A Keeper’s Truth
 Woot woot!
Hugs,
Dee Willson
For more about A Keeper’s Truth visit Dee’s website here. To buy a Kobo ebook go  here or for a paperback copy, go to Indigo here.


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