We sent our July newsletter this morning and, as usual, found a typo as soon as it left home.
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In the meantime, here are some of our recent activities:
- Last week’s workshop with Joan Zachary has publisher Angel Ackerman talking with two potential Parisian Phoenix authors and has inspired independent author Rachel Thompson, who has provided essays for the Parisian Phoenix blog and the Not an Able-Bodied White Man with Money anthology, to pitch two exciting non-fiction concepts that I will call practical “how-to” books that anyone can use.
- We have started production on the fundraising book, As the FURR Flies, which we hope will be the most fun, practical (yes, I am using that word again) and uplifting cat book ever. The design of the book will allow cat enthusiasts, newbies and the uninitiated alike to find something valuable in this resource that will raise money for Feline Urban Rescue and Rehab. Online sales of the book will help offset the recent veterinary bills for foster Touch of Gray (pictured in our web site header), who experienced flea med toxicity.
- Publisher Angel Ackerman has been dividing her literary attention between independent authors who have supported us and reading ebooks through NetGalley, so see her reviews on Goodreads.
- Seneca Blue just might be working on a new contemporary romance that blends historical/travel fiction and epistolary form. She’s dropping hints that she may tackle feminist issues, religious conflict, and traditional societies by following the younger days of an elderly main character who almost faded into oblivion despite a trend-setting career before the personal technology era.
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