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  • 07/02/2024 2:48 AM | Joanne Liggan (Administrator)

    The Hanover Writers Club is gearing up for this year's Hanover Book Expo!

    Learn more about this event at www.hanoverbookfestival.com where you can also download the registration form.

    Tables are filling up fast, so don't procrastinate!

  • 06/17/2024 8:35 AM | Joanne Liggan (Administrator)

    Congratulations to the winners of the Teen Nib Contest 2024:

    2024 Teen Golden Nib – Poetry

    1st Place:  Hailey Gudgel   "What Life Is"

    2nd Place:   Ariana Juliet Blake    "Circus"

    3rd Place:  Sebastian Morales     "A Voice for the Silent"

    2024 Teen Golden Nib – Fiction

    1st Place:   Alexandra Blake     "╬ö"

    2nd Place:  Aya Elhassani    "Look Outside"

    3rd Place:  Ariana Juliet Blake   "The Disappearing Butter Knife"

    2024 Teen Golden Nib – nonfiction

    1st Place:  Ariana Juliet Blake     "Shoes, Coconut, and Corruption: The People Power Revolution"

    2nd Place:  Elena Cho Davis    "Loops"

  • 06/07/2024 5:25 AM | Joanne Liggan (Administrator)

    Nicholas Warack:  The Sailor & The Porteña was released on May 28, 2024, and is available on Amazon.

    Lee Swanson:  She Serves the Realm is scheduled for release on June 11, 2024, by Merchant's Largesse Books.

  • 06/07/2024 5:11 AM | Joanne Liggan (Administrator)

    Bradley Harper recently signed a contract with a German publisher to publish his novel, A Knife in the Fog, in German. https://bedey-thoms.de/pages/dryas-verlag 

    Lee Swanson:  Book Launch/Signing at The Book Dragon in Staunton on June 22, 2024, from 12:00 to 2:00 PM   https://www.leeswansonauthor.me/

    Lee Swanson's "Unveiling History's Tapestry" was featured in Reader's House Magazine on May 15, 2024. 

    London, UK – Lee Swanson, the acclaimed author renowned for his gripping historical fiction, takes center stage in the latest issue of Reader's House magazine. The magazine, a literary gateway revered for featuring bestselling, award-winning, and exceptional authors, invites readers on a journey through Swanson's captivating world of medieval Europe. Swanson's life has been a mosaic of treks, travels, and literary exploration, culminating in his masterful crafting of historical narratives. In an exclusive interview with Reader's House, Swanson shares insights into his writing process, where meticulous research intertwines with imaginative storytelling to breathe life into his novels. At the heart of Swanson's literary realm lies the No Man is Her Master series, a saga set in 14th-century Europe, featuring the fiercely independent protagonist, Christina Kohl. Through Swanson's pen, Kohl defies societal norms, embarking on a journey of self-discovery amidst a backdrop of political intrigue and danger. Readers are invited to immerse themselves in Swanson's latest installment, She Serves the Realm, a triumphant finale that enthralls with its gripping narrative of love, duty, and sacrifice. Through Kohl's experiences, Swanson transcends the barriers of time, offering readers a glimpse into the universal truths of human resilience and the pursuit of identity. In the interview, Swanson discusses his approach to blending historical accuracy with fictional storytelling, the inspiration behind his strong and unconventional female characters, and the challenges of portraying turbulent historical periods with authenticity. About the Author: Lee Swanson is an acclaimed author whose passion for medieval history and storytelling has captivated readers worldwide. With a background in European History and a penchant for meticulous research, Swanson weaves intricate tapestries of historical fiction, inviting readers to embark on immersive journeys through the annals of time.

    About Reader's House: Reader's House magazine is a premier literary publication dedicated to celebrating the art of storytelling. With a global reach spanning over 190 countries and available in thousands of stores, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Walmart, and Waterstones, Reader's House showcases bestselling, award-winning, and emerging authors, offering readers a diverse array of captivating narratives.

    For media inquiries, please contact:
    Anna Harlowe, Editor, Reader's House
    Email: editor@readershouse.co.uk

    For more information, visit readershouse.co.uk.

  • 05/16/2024 9:26 AM | Joanne Liggan (Administrator)

    Tracie Adams:  "Death of an Unknown Soldier" was published on April 12, 2024, by Words of the Lamb Magazine.

    Jessie D. Eaker:  Midnyte's Dragon Kiss was published on May 1, 2024, and is available on Amazon. 

    Tracie Adams:  "New Moon" was published on May 2, 2024, by Sheepshead Review.

    Craig Trebilcock:  An Absence of Faith: A Tale of Afghanistan was released on May 6, 2024, by Booklocker.com.

    David Simms:  Pierce the Veil is scheduled for release on July 16, 2024, by Crossroad Press.

    Pamela K. Kinney:  Demon Memories is scheduled for release on October 15, 2024, by Dreampunk Press.

  • 05/16/2024 9:20 AM | Joanne Liggan (Administrator)

    Tom Henning has been invited to be on a panel of speakers at a book signing event at the Purceville Library on June 8, 2024. The event is promoted by the Northern Virginia Writers Club.

    Pamela K. Kinney will be a vendor with her books at the Wytheville UFO Festival, 10am - 6pm on June 8, 2024, at Wytheville Meeting Rooms, 333 Community Blvd., Wytheville, Virginia.

  • 04/11/2024 1:49 PM | Joanne Liggan (Administrator)

    Tony Spadafora will be exhibiting Twelve Rebels Hidden in Washington D.C. at Kensington Maryland's Day of the Book on April 21st, 2024.  dayofthebook.com 

    Bradley Harper recently signed a contract with a German publisher to publish his novel, A Knife in the Fog, in German.

  • 04/11/2024 1:41 PM | Joanne Liggan (Administrator)

    Caroline CrockerUnforgivable: Through a Child's Eyes was published by Rambling Ruminations and released April 5, 2024. 

  • 02/24/2024 10:05 PM | Joanne Liggan (Administrator)


    1st Place:  “Desperation” by Michelle McBeth

    2nd Place:  “Front Porch” by Emily Walls Ray

    3rd Place:  “The Grove” by Craig Trebilcock


    1st Place:  “On a Sunday Morning” by Andrea Yarbough

    2nd Place:  “Shloshim” by Abbey Pachter

    3rd Place:  “The Lost Starfish” by Wendy Dwyer


    1st Place:  “In the Midst of Hanami” by Jennifer Hotz

    2nd Place:  “Tipping Point” by Jessica Mardian

    3rd Place:  “Climbing Bear Claw” by Emily Walls Ray

  • 02/23/2024 5:06 PM | Joanne Liggan (Administrator)

    Jason Maddux:  We're Here to Help... Ourselves was released on November 25, 2023, and is available at Amazon. 

    Rachelle Nones:  Candy Canes, Hot Cocoa, & A Cold Corpse was released on February 14, 2024, and is available at Amazon.

    Sharon Lyon:  Fossil Thief: A Henrietta Ballantine Adventure was released on February 15, 2024, and is available at Amazon.

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