This page lets editors and clients know what our CNW members are doing now. Follow the links to see their books, articles, and other accomplishments.
Members, please refer to our Guidelines for Member News listings.
(May 15, 2013) David Geer, a technology journalist from Cleveland, has been featured in a new book published by Career Press. In When Talent Isn't Enough: Business Basics for the Creatively Inclined, David Geer shares insights into how creative professionals can run a successful business.
(May 14, 2013) Kathryn V. White has four short-short stories recently published as Amazon Kindle e-books: The Mission of the Brightest Angel (a new perspective on the important and misunderstood role of Lucifer);
Are You Using Your Gifts? (a New Yorker is presented with a haunting question that only she can answer);
La Cucaracha (learn about the daring and artistic lifestyle of a Greenwich Village cockroach in the 1970s);
Yes, Fernando (a sudden illness turns a woman's life upside down in ways you won't expect)
Read more about these stories at www.kathrynvwhite.com/kathryns-stories.html
(May 14, 2013) Something Stinks is a new book by Gail Hedrick - Dead fish are washing ashore on the Higdon River, and seventh grader Emily Sanders decides to find out why. Mocked by fellow students and abandoned by her best friend, Emily investigates farms, a golf course, and local factories. Gradually she persuades friends to help her test the waters. Their investigations lead them into trouble with the law and confrontation with the town's most powerful citizen. Can a handful of determined seventh graders find out the true source of the stink in the Higdon River? Read an interview with Gail about the making of the book. Purchase at www.tumblehomelearning.com
(May 1, 2013) Ron Chepesiuk Dave O'Flaherty and William Callahan will discuss Ron's new biography, Black Caesar: The Rise and Disappearance of Frank Matthews, Kingpin on Crime Beat Radio Show, June 6; http://artistfirst.com/crimebeat.htm. Margaret McClain, Special Correspondent, will also give the first of her continuing reports on the Whitey Bulger trial in Boston.
(May 1, 2013) Kathryn V. White is an author and artist who is currently writing a book as well as short stories. Her writings are inspirational, meaningful, and playful. She likes to weave in spiritual and philosophical themes and alternative perspectives. Kathryn launched her website this year at www.kathrynVwhite.com.
(April 9, 2013) A graduate student in the journalism program at the University of Western Ontario interviewed Barbara Florio Graham at the suggestion of her professor, an old friend of Bobbi's: http://westernreport.fims.uwo.ca/index.php/the-nine-million-lives-of-interne t-cats/ - Bobbi also received a mention on the Women on the Move page in the April issue of Ottawa Woman. That publication is available at: www.ottawa-woman.com, and the feature is on page 18.
(March 21, 2013) Prudy Taylor Board will be doing a book-signing at Murder on the Beach Bookstore in Delray Beach, Fla., on Friday, May 24, at 7 pm, plus a talk, "Rejection, Dejection, and Resurrection - The Writerly Life." She is also scheduled to speak at the American Mensa Annual Gathering on July 4 in Fort Worth, Texas. Her topic is "So You Want to Write a Novel? Why not? Here's How."
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