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In celebration of Sheridan Le Fanu, Bram Stoker, M.R. James and all the other crafters of scary stories, this is a weekend blog hop, coinciding with the 3-day Giveaway of ghost novella Ungentle Sleep by B.Lloyd.
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mid-September to mid-October 2012
Featured Book Page : Every four weeks, a new book is put Under the Spotlight ,with description,trailer,interview(s), author’s page(s) and anything else of interest (like the odd giveaway ).
Included in the selection: ‘Of Moths and Butterflies’, by V.R.Christensen, ‘A Shirtful of Frogs’ by Shalini Boland, ‘Deadly Nevergreen’ by Lynn Clayton, ‘The Absent Woman’ by Marlene Lee and many more : (click on book cover to go to the Spotlight page)
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Gathered here are some authors with shared interests and shared endeavours : having written entire manuscripts for publication, we are left with the unappealing enterprise of seeking publishers. Uploading onto Authonomy.com has proved invaluable to many of us, while at the same time enabling us to view that mountain of creativity which has been given the less than glamorous soubriquet of ‘slushpile’. To combat this phenomenon, the options are to leave one’s manuscript where it is on the site, on view in the hope that agents and publishers will stumble across it (and risk sinking meanwhile into oblivion), or to combine forces with others of like mind and promote ourselves and each other through links and contacts. (Continued on About AuthorsAnon)