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  • 22 Jan 2022 10:44 AM | Anonymous member

    Kerry Peresta announces the release of Book Two in her suspense series, Olivia Callahan Suspense, "The Rising," by Level Best Books, in early April, 2022. Book Three in this series will release spring, 2023.

  • 06 Jan 2022 7:37 AM | Anonymous member

    Julia Wendell's sixth full-length volume of poetry, The Art of Falling, will be published by FutureCycle Press in February, 2022.

  • 12 Dec 2021 9:36 PM | Anonymous member

    Very honored. My novel was selected as the 2021 Book of the Year (Young Adult, Historical Fiction) by The Coffee Pot Bookclub (UK) 

  • 08 Nov 2021 6:11 PM | Anonymous member

    The Triangle Chapter of Sisters in Crime has selected one of my short stories for their upcoming anthology "Rock 'n Roll 'n Ruin." I'll post the publication date as soon as I receive that!

  • 03 Nov 2021 4:47 PM | Anonymous member

    A new import to SC from VA, I joined the Writers Group at the Olli at Clemson where Bill Bruehl encouraged members to join SCWA. An educator, I have been in the writing "business" for 30 years. My first publication (Harcourt 1990) was the YA anti-bully novel EAGLEBAIT, which won several awards, including the International Reading Association's "Young Adult Choice." Since then I have published four cozy mysteries (adult) with The Wild Rose Press, an Indie publisher in NY. My books are archived in the Library of Virginia. Currently I have shifted genres to children's lit with Picture Books - looking for an agent or publisher.

    Nice to join my fellow scribes!

  • 30 Oct 2021 1:43 PM | Kathleen Fair (Administrator)

    After working on it for more than two years, Kathleen Fair has released her work of historical fiction entitled Hell Hath No Fury.  Taking place in the early twentieth century and set in an imaginary town in a real location, the story describes the relationships between three people, two women who would probably never be friends and a man, a very handsome man, who was brought to town by a roll of the dice.  

    The idea for the story came from a court case discovered while the author was doing historical research in Massachusetts.  A few historical nuggets were  turned into a novel through hard work and imagination. 

    The cover was by the very talented Teresa Jenellen


  • 25 Oct 2021 11:23 AM | Anonymous member

    I'll be signing and selling my books on Nov. 13th at the book fair to be held on the campus of USC Aiken from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.  Stop by for a book, meet and greet and excellent speakers. 

  • 18 Oct 2021 9:40 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Barbara V. Evers won the Imadjinn Best Fantasy Novel from the Imaginarium Convention for her debut novel, The Watchers of Moniah.

  • 09 Oct 2021 10:16 AM | Anonymous member

    Allen Stevenson's short story "The Anniversary" won second place in 2021 for The Lowcountry Award for Excellence in Southern Writing. 

  • 06 Oct 2021 1:48 PM | Anonymous member

    Bandun Gate, a Charleston-based horror novel from local author Miriam Van Scott, has been acquired by darkstroke books.  The story involves the vengeful ghost of an executed murderess determined to steal a new body to 'wear,' while an alliance comprised of an exorcist, a former cult member, a former victim's husband, and the mother of the spirit's latest target  work to send the fiend back to Hell. 

    Bandun Gate is set for publication in February 2022.


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