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Members can post their success stories here.  Published book, articles, awards, acquiring an agent, even a "good" rejection!  Be brief.
  • 13 Mar 2014 1:02 AM | Deleted user

    Steven Walker, appeared in an episode of a new television series, "Killer Profile" on the Lifetime Movie Network.  The episode which aired October 27th, is about serial killer, Timothy Krajcir, the subject of Walker's last true-crime book, "Predator" published by the Pinnacle True-Crime division of Kensington Publishing.  Walker was recruited by Christina Carbonara of The Michael Group in Chicago to be a consultant for the show because his book was so well-researched and accurately depicts the life and crimes of one of America's most notorious and sexually deviant psychopaths who was eventually apprehended by the Allentown Police Department after committing multiple rapes and murders across the nation for many years.  

  • 28 Feb 2014 1:01 PM | Grete DeAngelo
    Grete DeAngelo's first novel, Giving Myself Away, was published by Panoptic Books (an imprint of Assent Publishing) in October 2013 after Grete pitched to Deb Riley-Magnus last March at the Write Stuff Conference.

  • 23 Feb 2014 11:27 AM | Deleted user
    The article/interview, "Erotic Author Juggles Career and Marriage", about erotic author Kathy Kulig was in the Chicago Tribune this week:
  • 23 Feb 2014 7:44 AM | DT Krippene

    Following up from our meeting yesterday about "The Little Free Library" , check out an post I did in August 2012 with a shared blog I participate, Blameitonthemuse. 


  • 28 Jan 2014 3:10 PM | Phil Giunta

    In addition to my other post about Antimatter Press... I also created an anthology called Somewhere in the Middle of Eternity for Firebringer Press.  Also due out in 2014, this collection will consist of 12 tales of fantasy, science fiction, and the paranormal from both published and as-yet unpublished writers.  The cover art and interior illustrations (one per story) will be provided by Allentown artist Michael Riehl.    In addition to serving as editor, I contributed three stories to the book.   No exact release date yet, but here is a bit more info:

  • 28 Jan 2014 3:07 PM | Phil Giunta

    I am ecstatic to report that my medical science story, "First, Do No Harm" was accepted into an anthology called Local Magic, to be released later this year by digital publisher, Antimatter Press.  The book will contain tales combining elements of magic and science.   I do not have specifics as to release date yet.  More info to come.  Here is info about the anthology and the publisher:

  • 26 Jan 2014 5:17 PM | Deleted user
    The Art of Falling's official pub day is upon us: Tuesday, Jan. 28! Kathryn is celebrating with a Virtual Launch party from noon-9 pm with a slew of guest authors and giveaways! Check it out at
  • 24 Jan 2014 3:01 PM | DT Krippene

    Discussing a unique source of story ideas from that wacky place we call dreams.

  • 17 Jan 2014 9:41 PM | Deleted user
    Frank Chadwick's second novel from Baen Books, The Forever Engine, is in the stores and it got a very good pre-release review in Publisher's Weekly. It's averaging 4 1/2 stars in reviews on Amazon and it's the 14th best-seller on Amazon in Time Travel books and 15th in Steampunk. An encouraging start.
  • 02 Dec 2013 8:43 PM | Deleted user
    "Easton author finds her passion in erotic fiction": Article in Lehigh Valley Live about author, supportive husband and researching steamy novels.

    New erotic romance by Kathy Kulig released 11/15/13 SUMMER SINS at Ellora's Cave. 
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