Indie Author Updates – July 2016

Indie Author Updates

Who’s That Indie Author is a great way to meet writers.  Now you can keep up to date with them on Indie Author Updates!


Rose Seiler ScottFrom Rose Seiler Scott:

Threaten to Undo Us recently won the award for Historical fiction in The Word Guild Awards.  Check out my new book cover with the World Guild Award seal!”

Threaten to Undo Us new
Click here to view Scott on Who’s That Indie Author.


Uvi PoznanskyFrom Uvi Poznansky:

“My new book is Dancing with Air (a standalone novel that is also volume 4 of Still Life with Memories) will be released soon as a Kindle eBook and is already available for pre-order.”

Dancing with Air
Click here to view Poznansky on Who’s That Indie Author.


Gwen MillerFrom Gwen Miller:

Echoes of Silence made the short list in the narrative nonfiction category of the Journey Awards from Chanticleer International Book Awards Competition.”
Echoes of Silence 2
Click here to view Miller on Who’s That Indie Author.

N.D. RichmanFrom N.D. Richman:

 “My third book, Fighters, Feared and Fallen, was published in June and took third place in the Calgary best seller list.”
Fighters, Feared and FallenClick here to view Richman on Who’s That Indie Author.

Linda K SienkiewiczFrom Linda K. Sienkiewicz:

In the Context of Love is a 2016 Eric Hoffer Book Award Finalist. As one of the largest international book awards for small and academic presses, the Hoffer Book Award recognizes literary excellence in publishing.”
In the Context of LoveClick here to view Sienkiewicz on Who’s That Indie Author.

Phyllis RingFrom Phyllis Ring:

The Munich Girl’s Kindle version is discounted through summer: $2.99.”
The Munich GirlClick here to view Ring on Who’s That Indie Author.

JR RogersFrom JR Rogers:

“I just published my sixth newest novel on Amazon Kindle.  NAZILAGER – Intrigue, romance and murder at a Nazi POW camp on a Georgia coastal island in 1943. My webpage for this novel: authorjrrogers.com/nazilager.

NazilagerClick here to view Rogers on Who’s That Indie Author.


David OlimpioFrom David Olimpio:

“I was interviewed for the Marginalia podcast about his book This Is Not a Confession. The podcast can be found on iTunes here.
This Is Not a Confession
Also, I am now the Editor-in-Chief of Atticus Review, an online literary and culture magazine.  I have two upcoming readings in DC and Baltimore.”
Click here to view Olimpio on Who’s That Indie Author.

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Reading List Update

I’ve been a busy Book Club Mom lately and I have a big list of books in the queue. Here’s a look at what I’m reading now, and what’s ahead:


 

Reading now:

A Walk in the WoodsI’m in the middle of reading Bill Bryson’s A Walk in the Woods. In 1996, Bryson and his old school friend, Stephen Katz, began a hiking adventure on the Appalachian Trail, a 2,100-mile path in the eastern United States, running from Georgia to Maine, through forests and over mountains. Written in 1998, A Walk in the Woods is an entertaining story of how these unlikely hikers fared on the trail. It was made into a movie this year, and stars Robert Redford and Nick Nolte. I’m enjoying Bryson’s commentary and writing style very much and I’m looking forward to reading more. Bryson is a best-selling author of many humorous books on travel, the English language and science.


 

On the list:

The Dressmaker coverThe Dressmaker by Kate Alcott – this is a historical novel about a woman who survived the sinking of the Titanic and the aftermath of the tragedyMy book club will be discussing this one next month.


 

we are not ourselves.jpgWe Are Not Ourselves by Matthew Thomas – recommended to me by blogging friend Dawn from Mom Mom’s Apron. Publishers Weekly describes it as “A definitive portrait of American social dynamics in the twentieth century.”


 

Bridge of Scarlet LeavesBridge of Scarlet Leaves by Kristina McMorris – a historical novel set during the Japanese internment of World War II. My book club read and liked another book by McMorris, The Pieces We Keep (read my review here) so I’m looking forward to this one!


 

The Oblong Box“The Oblong Box” by Edgar Allan Poe – recommended to me by Jeff at Stuff Jeff Reads. Jeff reviewed “The Oblong Box” on his blog and I found it for free on my Kindle. I always love a good short story so thanks to Jeff for the suggestion!


 

The Liberty Box 2The Liberty Box by C.A. Gray, the first book of a young adult dystopian series, referred to me by Evil Cyclist’s Books. You can check out his review here. The Liberty Box is a new book series and was released on October 25.


 

Threaten to Undo UsThreaten to Undo Us by Rose Seiler Scott –Scott describes her historical novel: “As Hitler’s Third Reich crumbles and Stalin’s Army advances, German civilians in the Eastern territories are forced to flee for their lives…Liesel and her four young children hope they can make it from their home in Poland across the Oder River to safety…But all that awaits them is terror and uncertainty.”


 

I’ll be posting reviews as I work my way through this interesting list.  What are you reading right now and what’s on your list?

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