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.
(July 29, 2016) In preparation for marketing her forthcoming seventh novel, Marcia Fine has spoken at three international conferences this summer to promote her topic of the Inquisition in Mexico -- Windsor Writers Conference in Canada, the Society of Crypto-Judaic Studies in Santa Fe, and the Jewish Genealogy Conference in Seattle. Hidden Ones: A Veil of Memories is based on a true case of a grandmother arrested for Judaizing, the practice of ritual and traditions from the Jewish faith, after being converted to Catholicism. She says, "With current interest in genealogy and DNA, many are learning surprising facts about their heritage. I have participants sign in with their email so I can contact them for a preview copy." - www.marciafine.com
(July 28, 2016) Leslie C. Halpern, Oviedo, Florida, recently had her fourth nonfiction book about film published. 200 Love Lessons from the Movies (Taylor Trade Publishing, August 1, 2016) examines the various stages of love as depicted in film. Combining psychology, philosophy, science, metaphysics, and pop culture, Leslie shares surprising hidden insights on love within a variety of film genres. Find her book at: http://amzn.to/2akKFH9 or visit her website: www.lesliehalpern.com.
(July 22, 2016) Sandi Matuschka's poem, "The Moon Phases of Love," received a Distinguished award in the recent ArtAscent competition. The theme was Patterns. Her poem will appear in the next ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal.
(July 14, 2016) Carol J. Perry's entry, Look Both Ways, is a semifinalist in the published, book-length fiction - mystery genre category of the 2016 Royal Palm Literary Awards (RPLA) competition. Winners will be announced on October 22.
(July 11, 2016) Roberta Sandler's articles,"Exploring the Outskirts of Edinburgh (Scotland)" and "Finding Family Fun in Columbus, Ohio," have been published in the summer 2016 issue of the online travel magazine, American Roads and Global Highways (www.americanroads.net).
(July 1, 2016) Suzann B. Goldstein has added a new post to her blog, UnexpectedLives.com. Visit http://suzannbgoldstein.com/blog/?p=1800 to read "The Valerie Fund is 40!" and to leave your comments.
(June 12, 2016) Barbara Florio Graham was invited to share her methods for training cats in a three-part guest blog on Patricia Fry's Catscapades blog. The series runs June 13-15, at www.matilijapress.com/catscapades/. In the blog she mentions her award-winning article on this subject, which can be found at http://SimonTeakettle.com/training.htm
(June 1, 2016) Suzann B. Goldstein has added a new post to her blog, UnexpectedLives.com. Visit http://suzannbgoldstein.com/blog/?p=1739 to read "Time and Memory: A Pair to Remember," and to leave your comments.
(June 1, 2016) Jacquelyn Lynn and Jerry D. Clement have published Faith Words Vol. 1, the latest in the Faith Works series of coloring books for adults. This one features upllifting, positive words with a brief meditation for each. Order from Amazon at http://amzn.to/1XQRQbj
(May 2, 2016) Suzann Goldstein has published a new essay on her blog, UnexpectedLives.com: Grand Rounds: "The Parent's Side." Read and comment at http://suzannbgoldstein.com/blog/?p=1762
(May 2, 2016) Prudy Taylor Board will present "Writing a Memoir without Inciting a Family Riot" on Saturday, July 9, from 10 a.m. to noon at Florida Writers Academy at Murder on the Beach Mystrery Bookstore, Delray Beach, Fla. Prudy will cover how to write about family feuds; scandals; second, third and fourth spouses; how to get started writing and keep going; find time to write; and editing. Info: http://murderonthebeach.com/index.php/upcoming-events-2/ or firstname.lastname@example.org
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