Kerry Dunn's JOE PEACE - optioned for the movies
Way to go, Kerry! We know that many optioned novels never get made into a movie, but we're proud of you and your novel, JOE PEACE.
Over his career, 97-year-old self-professed atheist, the Rev. Dr. Wheelwright delivered many hundreds of sermons. This collection represents but a fraction,… continue reading
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Ellen Herbert's Reading at ONE MORE PAGE
In April of 2013, Ellen Herbert read from FALLING WOMEN AND OTHER STORIES...In Arlington, VA, at a bookstore made even more famous by a visit from President… continue reading
Kerry Dunn at Barnes & Noble
Kerry Dunn and his publicist, Jennifer Perry, prove people wrong - bookstores WILL host book signing events for debut authors, especially if they've written… continue reading
Kerry Dunn Talks about JOE PEACE - A Blog Interview
Kerry's personality shines through in this blog interview at Madame Perry's Salon.Worth a read.
Leslie Hall Pinder garners a STARRED Publishers Weekly Review
Since Leslie's latest novel received its starred review, sales of her first, UNDER THE HOUSE, have benefited, too, proving the conventional wisdom that… continue reading
Our first Audio Book recording is in progress
Shelfstealers is thrilled to welcome Father Marc Powell as our first, confirmed volunteer to our Clear Eye Books program. He'll be recording the audio… continue reading
Our first four books are now on sale
See what you think about JOE PEACE by Kerry Dunn (new-noir crime) FALLING WOMEN and Other Stories by Ellen Herbert (award-winning short stories) THE PERENNIAL… continue reading
Can Writers have Friends?
Our own Leslie Hall Pinder led a provocative and informative workshop called CAN WRITERS HAVE FRIENDS? at the San Miguel Writers' Conference in February… continue reading
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