Eric Red will be doing a book signing for The Wolves of El Diablo at Dark Delicacies bookstore in Burbank, CA, on Sunday, August 13, at 4pm.
Dark Delicacies is located at 3512 West Magnolia Boulevard, Burbank, CA 91505. (818) 556-6660.
The highly anticipated sequel and the second book in his popular Men Who Walk Like Wolves series, The Wolves of El Diablo creates a new epic dark fantasy mythology readers are sure to devour.
“Couldn’t put it down. The action is nonstop relentless…I can’t wait for the movie!” says Jack Ketchum, bestselling author of The Girl Next Door.
Fans of fantasy, westerns, horror, and action are sure to enjoy the high-octane thriller in which the heroes who won’t back down find themselves trapped on a train and facing an unbeatable battle against a horde of unstoppable werewolves. Eric Red’s classic feel meets with a whole new brand of adrenaline-fueled excitement that will entertain fans for hours.
“With this series, I wanted to create a new epic dark fantasy mythology of legendary heroes battling supernatural monsters in fantastic realms that will span a trilogy and take readers where they haven’t been before,” says Eric Red when asked about his inspiration for the series.
“The Men Who Walk Like Wolves series is a crossover of the Western and horror genres, mixing classic Western gunfighter good guys with classic horror bad guy werewolves,” says Red, “Because both Western and horror are action-packed, good guy-versus-bad guy stories, it’s a natural mash-up.”
Traci Hall and Christopher Hawke and I will participate in “The Indie Experience at Murder on the Beach” on a New Voices panel moderated by Randy Rawls. Hall and Hawke will also be signing copies of their books.
Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, 273 Pineapple Grove Way, Delray Beach, FL.
On Saturday, July 8, 2017, from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm, Nancy J. Cohen will present a workshop entitled “The Writer’s Life,” an interactive presentation on the joys and trials of being a full-time writer.
Nova Southeastern University, Conference Room 2053, Alvin Sherman Library, 3100 Ray Ferrero Jr. Blvd., Davie, Florida 33314, 954-262-5466 ext. 25466.
Nancy J. Cohen was a featured speaker at Mystery Fest Key West June 16-18. She spoke on “Writing the Cozy Mystery” and moderated a panel on “Cozy Mysteries and Female Sleuths.” http://www.mysterywriterskeywestfest.com/
Michele Sinclair’s August 2017 historical romance, Never Kiss a Highlander, has a received a starred Publishers Weekly review:
“Eminently swoonable…This lengthy excursion into the Highlands contains enough plaid tossing, claymore brandishing, castle-bound conniving, and erotic adventures to keep Sinclair’s audience dreaming of kilts for weeks.”
On June 6 Peggy Ehrhart, author of the forthcoming Knit and Nibble mystery series (Kensington), gave a lecture on Edgar Allan Poe at Chatham Public Library in Chatham, NJ. The lecture was the first in a four-lecture series on the history of the mystery, part of Chatham Public Library’s C.A.L.L. (Chatham Adult Lifeworks Learning) program and organized by Mystery Writers of America. Other MWA members will follow up with lectures on later developments of the mystery form.
Farrah Rochon’s Trust Me (The Holmes Brothers book 5) has been named a favorite read in May by Book Riot.
K. M. Jackson’s April 25, 2017 Kensington release To Me I Wed was selected by Goodreads in their newsletter as one of the best romances of the month.
Also, she has been invited by bestselling author Sarah MacLean to participate in a panel about diversity in romance fiction at BookCon at New York City’s Javits Center on June 3, 2017. She will also be signing copies of To Me I Wed at the Romance Writers of America booth at 2pm the same day.
Booklist has called Jackson “a rising voice in contemporary romance, writing novels that feature smart women and unique situations.”
50 States, 5,000 Ideas — the latest National Geographic travel book from Joe Yogerst — has been a bone fide Amazon bestseller in its category for more than three months.
Released in early February, the book has reached number one in both the U.S. and Canada and continues to hover in the Amazon top four travel books in both nations.
A series of bucket lists rather than an in-depth guide book, 50 States features things to do in every American state and the District of Columbia, as well as 13 Canadian provinces and territories. The book also features tips on the best books, movies, music, edibles and artwork in many of the states.
50 States is the 32nd National Geographic book that Yogerst has worked on either as a solo author or as a member of a team of writers. Among his other Nat Geo books are Long Road South (about his odyssey driving the Pan American Highway from Texas to Argentina), Journeys of a Lifetime (an Amazon bestseller for ten years running), and the recently released Walking Venice.
A former network television writer and foreign correspondent, Yogerst lives with his family and pets in one of those small beach towns between San Diego and L.A.