Congratulations to indie author K.M. Weiland on the release of her next novel, Dreamlander.
When not writing, Katie is busy running the award-winning Wordplay website and assisting newer authors through materials such her craft book, Outlining Your Novel, on which the Writer’s Digest University course of the same name is based.
Congratulations to P.A. Baines on the release of his second novel, Alpha Revelation, from Splashdown Books this month. Paul’s first book in the series was a double silver medalist in the Indie Book Awards.
Congratulations to Shamus Young on the release of The Witch Watch, a YA fantasy with a high hilarity rating.
In this good-for-all-ages story, a young lady with a head for invention, a boy with a gift for sorcery, and a rotting corpse with a dry sense of humor find themselves fighting against a strange new threat in Victorian-era London.
In addition to the vintage-style cover, The Witch Watch includes beautiful interior illustrations by Heather Young of Tiny Book Dragon Art. More information is available at Shamus’s author page.
Congratulations to Diane Graham on the release of her YA fantasy novel, I Am Ocilla, from Splashdown Books. I Am Ocilla is available for online ordering at all major outlets.
I Am Ocilla is a literary ball of string, combining fantasy, allegory, and mystery that slowly unwinds to reveal a beautiful picture of one woman’s identity in Christ. Prophecy, a cursed land, talking animals, fairies, dragons, and a chosen one—this book is a creative journey, not just for the mind, but for the soul.
-Jill Williamson, Christy Award-winning author of the Blood of Kings trilogy (Marcher Lord Press) and Replication (ZonderKidz)
Congratulations to client Stephanie Landsem on receiving a three-book contract from Howard Books (a division of Simon and Schuster). The Well is a historical novel set to release in 2013. More information can be found at Stephanie’s Facebook page.
Congratulations to Marc Schooley, whose novel Konig’s Fire received an ACFW Carol Award in the speculative category. The Carol Award (formerly Book of the Year) is one of the top two awards in Christian inspirational publishing. Earlier this year, Konig’s Fire was also nominated as one of the top 3 finalists in the Visionary category for the Christy Award, the primary counterpart to the Carol.