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November 2018 Releases

Now Available for US Pre-Order

7 New Covers (Armstrong, Beckett, Detweiler, Harrison, Jones & Wedel, McGuire, Tremblay)

For Readers in Australia of eBooks

To any Aussie shoppers affected by the Amazon Kindle kerfuffle: Sign up for Shopmate https://shopmate.auspost.com.au/ It's free if you just use it to purchase eBooks, like I do. (For physical items, they'll charge commission.) It gives you a US address and phone number. It'll mean Amazon will geo-block you from purchasing Australian items, so you'll have to switch to an Australian address if the ebook you want hasn't sold US rights yet. Same goes for ebooks you just want to view info for or add to your wishlist. It's done through Australia Post, so it's legit. Spread the word to every Australian you know who reads ebooks.

October 2018 Releases

5 New Covers (Armstrong, Caine & Aguirre, Koch, Vega, Walker)

September 2018 Releases

5 New Covers (Arthur, Hart, Kittredge, McGinnis, Priest)

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August 2018 Releases

5 New Covers (Capetta, Gray, Held, Kang, Stolarz)

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6 New Covers (Barnes, Bickle, Destefano, Ewing, Rollins, Simmons)

July 2018 Releases

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Blast from the Past

Watching "Help My Yelp" on TV. Marietta, Georgia. And there there's author Jackson Pearce.


I don't like to be reminded of the people who've Blocked me on Twitter.

Racism in publishing was being discussed, and how white people step away from accountability by using mental illness as a shield.

She was defending one of her friends who was doing that.

I suggested she Follow the Tweets of Black women and other Women of Color.

She said she'd do just that. Then she immediately Blocked me. (I'm white, so at least she wasn't blocking a WOC.)

Shortly after, she vagueTweeted (I saw a screenshot) about how society has "bigger fish to fry" (referring to Trmp).

Why not deal with racism in publishing, too?