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Members can post their success stories here.  Published book, articles, awards, acquiring an agent, even a "good" rejection!  Be brief.
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  • 12 Aug 2021 6:23 PM | Phil Giunta

    I'm excited to report three short story acceptances over the summer.

    On July 3, Hawkshaw Press accepted my detective story "Pearl of Great Price" for their 2022 mystery noir anthology, Hardboiled and Loaded with Sin

    Three weeks later, my Rehoboth Beach short story, "Where Do I Begin?" was accepted by Cat & Mouse Press for their anthology, Beach Secrets, due out in mid-November. 

    On August 1, my horror story "Break & Enter" finally found a home in Fae Shivers, an anthology to be released by Fae Corps Publishing on November 15, 2021. 

    Lastly. my South Korean ghost story, "Before She's Gone Forever," will be published by Gravelight Press in their biennial Halloween Party anthology coming out next month. 

    Not too shabby! 

    Phil Giunta

    www.philgiunta.com

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  • 22 Jan 2021 7:33 PM | Rose Mavis

    Member and artist, Rose Mavis was invited by Cochlear Americas to write up her own blog post on her experience as a new recipient of a cochlear implant. Read her story here as she has written: https://hearandnow.cochlearamericas.com/hearing-solutions/cochlear-implants/artist-with-hearing-loss-2/

  • 20 Jul 2020 10:22 AM | Ginny Shephard

    The Southeastern Writers Association has awarded my "Moonshine and the Zombie Cats" The Vega Award for Speculative Fiction and "But Momma" first place for Flash Fiction. On their website I'm identified by my pen name L N Passmore. "Zombie Cats" is one of my Appalachian tales. To read others see my website lnpassmore.com or to read Celtic myth-based fantasies from Lisnafaer, the world featured in my novel Wayward Wulves Beware (shortlisted for the Chanticleer International Award for fantasy).

  • 19 Jun 2020 5:34 AM | Larry Deibert

    On June 1st, I released my fourteenth, self-published book. Titled The Other Side Of The Ridge, New York City, September 10th and 11th, 2001, it is the final book of my time travel trilogy. Signed copies are available through the author for $10 plus $3 postage. I am offering the three book series for $28 with free shipping. Please visit my website, www.larryldeibert.com All my books can be found on Amazon.com

  • 04 Feb 2020 11:16 AM | Roy Ziegler

    Roy Ziegler's new book, Unfaltering Trust, has just been released. It is the story of Pilgrim Edward Fitz Randolph Jr. and his descendants.  

    2020 marks the 400th anniversary of the Great Migration from England when thousands of Pilgrims migrated to the New World seeking religious freedom and opportunity in the 17th century. Countless millions of immigrants followed over the next four centuries. 

    This is the story of one pilgrim family over nine generations whose heroism and leadership helped build a new nation.

    Unfaltering Trust is now available at barnesandnoble.com, Amazon.com, Kindle and Nook, or through your independent book shop.http://www.royziegler.com

     

  • 22 May 2019 2:01 PM | Joseph Fleckenstein

    Gloom Cupboard, published my latest short story titled "Henri Rochemont." It's a creative nonfiction story about an experience I had in France while in the US Army. The story may be viewed at:  https://gloomcupboard.com/2019/04/04/winter-issue-2019/#C9

  • 04 Feb 2019 4:25 PM | Joseph Fleckenstein

    Adelaide Magazine published my short story “The Snow Queen Contest” in their December issue. The magazine is published online and in print in both New York City and Lisbon, Portugal. The piece is my 23rd published short story. For those with the interest, the online publication may be read at http://adelaidemagazine.org/nf_josephfleckenstein.html


  • 04 Feb 2019 11:17 AM | John A. Miller Jr.

    First, I've started a new series called "Three-Zee" for which the first book is entitled "Three-Zee", which I published at the end of January.

    Here's a description:

    Besides having a really bizarre nickname, Three-Zee Zook can see and talk to ghosts.  What’s bothering her about her latest sighting is that she’s also seen his corpse lying in the woods, except it disappears and she can find no evidence of it ever having been there.  With the ghost hanging around the neighboring empty Amish farmhouse she decides to investigate his murder, assuming it was murder, because she has no intention of sharing her ability with the local police.

    This books is available in all formats at Amazon (Including paperback), B&N, Apple, Kobo, Smashwords, etc.

    I also did the photography for a book about my church's architecture and stained glass windows entitled "The Word of God in Architecture and Stained Glass" by Dr. Charles C. Knerr.  I published that on Nov. 20, 2018.

    Many Christian churches, both old and modern, incorporate a great deal of Biblical symbolism into their architecture and stained glass windows.  The Church of the Good Shepherd United Church of Christ in Alburtis, Pennsylvania, exhibits many such symbols as detailed in this book featuring photographs of church architecture and windows with accompanying explanations and Biblical references.

    Because of its large format (8.5"x11") and color photography this book is available only in paperback format at Amazon.

    Links to these two books as well as all my other books are on my website

    http://www.pimabooks.com/

    John A. Miller, Jr.


  • 17 Nov 2018 9:21 AM | Larry Deibert

    I have recently published my new book, The Christmas City Angel along with the short story, The Seer.

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