News Flash: Reviews, Beta-Reading, and Teaching

Congratulations to Elaina, who won a copy of Mary Vensel White’s THE QUALITIES OF WOOD!

From the 2014 Debs…

Heather Webb received a stellar review from the Portland Book Review in which they called Becoming Josephine “a brilliant debut” with “exquisite detail”, and finally, summed up the article with a sentence that made her bounce around the house with happiness all week– “With the completion of this book Ms. Webb has made her name as a novelist and historian.”

Lisa Alber is a beta reader for a friend’s novel and she’s having fun. But this week she’s getting back to serious revisions.

Door County. We're not jealous at all. Nope.
Door County. We’re not jealous at all. Nope.

Susan Gloss is in beautiful Door County, Wisconsin, this weekend teaching a creative writing workshop at Write On, Door County.

Lori Rader-Day reviewed three new mysteries for the Chicago Tribune Printer’s Row literary supplement. She had to read all three books in about a week, which is not the standard reading pace she’s keeping these days.

Natalia Sylvester had a blast being on the air for the first time as a guest on Writing on the Air. The link should be up soon!

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Lori Rader-Day is the author of the mystery THE BLACK HOUR (Seventh Street Books, July 2014). She grew up in central Indiana, but now lives in Chicago with her husband and very spoiled dog.

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