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Members can post their success stories here.  Published book, articles, awards, acquiring an agent, even a "good" rejection!  Be brief.
  • 28 Jun 2014 7:44 PM | Phil Giunta

    Just a few bits of news:

    1. On August 1, along with 7 other writers, I will be launching a new anthology of SF, Fantasy, and Paranormal stories published by Firebringer Press. Somewhere in the Middle of Eternity will debut at Shore Leave 36, a SF convention in Hunt Valley, MD that I have been attending for 20 years.   

    2. I'm making final revisions to a paranormal novella to be submitted to my publisher, Firebringer Press later this year. 

    3. I just submitted a synopsis to an "alternate" Sherlock Holmes anthology. In other words, Sherlock with a twist. We’re encouraged to go completely off the wall, like making Sherlock a woman, or an alien, or whatever.  Will post an update as soon as I hear something.

  • 18 Jun 2014 11:00 AM | Bart Palamaro (Administrator)
    Phyllis Palamaro will be reading her children's story Farmer Bonnie and Sally the Sad Sow on June 18th at 11:00am.
  • 17 Jun 2014 3:15 PM | DT Krippene

    Every author wants to find that perfect header graphic that best captures the brand.  While researching the graphic for my site, Searching for Light in the Darkness, I stumbled on photographer Lori Nix's, The Library, where a tree stretches to the broken roof of a derelict library in search of better light.

  • 17 Jun 2014 3:05 PM | DT Krippene

    Anne R. Allen offers essential tips on creating and managing an author's blog. With so many "how to" articles geared toward businesses, this is truly author oriented.


    Anne R. Allen offers essential tips on creating and managing an author's blog.  With so many "how to" articles geared toward businesses, this is truly author oriented.   

  • 24 May 2014 11:14 AM | DT Krippene
    We have a global addiction to signs.  Somewhere in human development, common sense became … not so common … requiring we put warning labels on everything to protect ourselves from … ourselves.  We’ve become, in a sense, a signotopian society.
  • 07 May 2014 1:16 PM | DT Krippene

    What futuristic food comes to mind if the planet becomes a desert outback? Exercising in the humor zone with Bride of Frankenchicken. 


  • 16 Apr 2014 11:00 AM | Deleted user

    I was one  of about 50 people attending Charles Kiernan's 'Mark Twain' presentation at the Whitehall Library.  It was as professional a presentation as Hal Holbrook!  In the white suit, he regaled us with a lifetime of adventures and misadventures.  I was impressed.


    If he does it again, you really must attend!  Thanks for a great evening!

  • 14 Apr 2014 11:03 AM | DT Krippene

    Celebrating National Library Week with a post on the future of libraries.


  • 13 Apr 2014 8:04 AM | Larry Deibert
    I am proud to announce that my new paranormal novella, Fathoms, is now available through and it can also be purchased at
  • 18 Mar 2014 10:24 PM | Deleted user
    Hell And Back, by Steven Walker has advanced to the second round of judging in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest.  The final winner will receive a publishing contract with a $50,000 advance.
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