Stephanie Snowe, author of the tragically funny ‘Meeting Mr. Wrong:The Romantic Misadventures of a Southern Belle,’ has been invited to rub elbows with more than 200 other authors at one of the nation’s largest literary festivals.
Hamburgers and frankfurters will dance off the page and onto the stage this September when a group of New York artists adapts the children’s book ‘City of Hamburgers’ into a puppet show for neighborhood children in Brooklyn.
Inkwater Press is wickedly delighted to announce the impending publication of the literary noir Only Milo, by first-time author Barry Smith. Advance copies of the book, along with the author himself, will be available this weekend at BookExpo America, booth 4841.
Africa Trek author Alexandre Poussin appeared on CNN today in a news feature about the 120th anniversary of the Eiffel Tower.
Congratulations to Steffan Postaer, whose novel, The Happy Soul Industry, won a silver medal for religious fiction in the 2009 IPPY Award contest for independently published books!
Alexandre Poussin, best-selling European author of Africa Trek volumes 1 and 2, will visit New York City May 30 and 31 for Book Expo America, the premiere event for the North American publishing industry.
A thoughtful, thought-provoking, and very favorable review of Steffan Postaer’s The Happy Soul Industry appeared in the blog Brand Appeal. In his blog entry titled The Happy Soul Industry: Faith is perhaps the greatest motivator, Craig writes, “The book is filled with twists and stimulating drama each and every chapter….”
Stephanie Snowe (Meeting Mr. Wrong:The Romantic Misadventures of a Southern Belle) continues to offer hilarious advice painfully derived from her own dating experiences (now safely in the past). In addition to an upcoming book signing on Thursday, May 14th at 7 p.m. at the Barnes & Noble in Greenville, SC, Stephanie also was interviewed for a March 27th article published on mixer.com, featuring her 10 tips for the sometimes treacherous local dating scene.
1. If you are married, stop dating other people.
Seattle fans of Dave Fox will have a chance to take a class taught by the well-known author at 7 pm on May 14 in REI’s Flagship Store.
Last week we featured some great non-fiction reads. This week we’ve turned the page to suggest a few works of fiction for all ages and preferences. If you are going to the beach or just planning to relax at home, the following books should keep you and your children entertained.