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Success Stories

Members can post their success stories here.  Published book, articles, awards, acquiring an agent, even a "good" rejection!  Be brief.
  • 02 Sep 2016 4:17 PM | Roy Ziegler

    "Dawn's Eerie Light" my new romantic/suspense novel was awarded 4 our of 4 stars by the OnLine Book Club review in August, 2016. Part of the reviewer's remarks:

    "I consider "Dawn's Eerie Light" a great story of unrequited love. It describes the pain and loneliness of a person who loves someone so much, to the point of obsession, who does not love him back....the author's descriptions of the settings are vivid and the backstories are so detailed that if feels like the reader knows the characters personally. . . .this is one moving and unforgettable story that will stay with the reader for a while. It is  great story of love and I recommend it t those who appreciate suspense, thriller and same sex love stories."  AVAILABLE ON KINDLE AND AMAZON.

  • 30 Aug 2016 9:41 AM | Anonymous

    My new book, Metal Detecting for Beginners: 101 Things I Wish I'd Known When I Started, was released April 15 and began selling well immediately. This month, I inked a deal with White's Electronics, Inc. to license 1,000 copies under custom cover to include with their beginner detecting packages. In the detecting world, getting a thumbs up from White's is like getting the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval. Pretty stoked about it! More at

  • 17 Aug 2016 11:20 AM | John A. Miller Jr.

    I finally finished and published the latest novel in my Victorian Mansion series, The Fish Hatchery Murders, and you can see links to the publishers on my website at  Click on the Victorian Mansion series to see a list of books in that series.

  • 06 May 2016 7:19 PM | Rory Maruschak

    My family memoir entitled Bev: The Invisible Sister by Rory Janis Miller was released in March and is available in paperback or ebook on Amazon and other outlets.  A recorded interview with Bob Cohen will be aired on May 30, 2016 at 6:00 on WDIY on the Lehigh Valley Arts Salon.  Bob and I discuss my writing, my family's story, and the plight of children with intellectual disabilities in state run institutions.  I hope you'll tune in and give it a listen!

  • 02 May 2016 12:22 PM | DT Krippene (Administrator)

    Astrobiologists aren’t necessarily looking for ET – yet. Biology is about everything living, from bacteria to mammals. But if there’s cellular life, it could lead to the evolution of sentient beings. It’s a big if. The presence of single cell eukaryotes doesn’t guarantee development to – more scientists.


  • 10 Apr 2016 11:14 AM | DT Krippene (Administrator)

    Where most of us gather food from sterilized packages in gleaming stores, ride around in motor vehicles, wear clothes made in a third-world sweatshop, and entertain ourselves with endless media options, our modern selves are anything but simple. Turn off the switch, and most of us are likely to fumble in the darkness.



  • 28 Feb 2016 7:02 AM | Becky Bartlett

    My new novel features a frustrated psychiatrist who's dwarfism kept her from pursuing a career as a detective. Determined to pursue her passion, Louisa and her faithful receptionist join an amateur mystery club.

    You can find links to "The Great Circus Detective Agency" here:

  • 06 Feb 2016 6:16 PM | Christine Talley

    I just published my first novel in paperback from FastPencil, for $9.99, The Girl in the Bird. It's a science fiction/romance set mostly in the Society for Creative Anachronism. It will come out in April on Amazon for only $2.99. If anybody is interested and you actually buy a copy, especially the Amazon one when it comes out, I'd really appreciate it if you could review it after you've read it.

  • 05 Nov 2015 3:41 PM | DT Krippene (Administrator)

    One of the more difficult tasks for me as a new writer, besides crafting a query letter, or synopsis (which I irreverently call suck-nopsis), was to create an author bio. At last year's GLVWG, keynote speaker and social media maven, Kristen Lamb, gave me some pointers.


  • 19 Oct 2015 9:43 AM | DT Krippene (Administrator)

    While searching through the attic trunk of incomplete story starts, an old tale written few years back read quite different to me.
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