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Touch of Grey is one of dozens of foster cats and kittens cared for by the volunteers of Feline Urban Rescue and Rehab. For more information on FURR or to adopt, visit http://www.felineurbanrescueandrehab.org. To learn more about “ToG,” click here.

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Parisian Phoenix: Sharing Unique Voices and Diverse Perspectives

Parisian Phoenix Publishing dedicates itself to well-crafted writing that highlights themes and voices that might not receive attention in the mainstream world. To see all of our current books, visit our publisher page on Barnes & Noble’s website.

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From our blog:

End of May update and all the fun: new novelette, podcasts and book reviews

Greetings friends and readers, it’s Angel, founder and publisher of Parisian Phoenix Publishers. The independent publisher environment is brutal as a start-up because online algorithms, social media, and the book selling market create so much noise that independent authors and publishers remain invisible without a lot of work, support and creativity. Our own results andContinue reading “End of May update and all the fun: new novelette, podcasts and book reviews”

NetGalley adventures: reviewing Russell Mardell’s The Knock-Knock Man

Parisian Phoenix is a member of the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) and as such, I attended a webinar yesterday on NetGalley. NetGalley connects authors and publishers to reviewers, librarians and booksellers to increase the visibility of books. As a reader, I recently signed up to review ARCs (advanced reader copies for review purposes) andContinue reading “NetGalley adventures: reviewing Russell Mardell’s The Knock-Knock Man”

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