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Exclusive Cover Reveal and Excerpt for THE DRAGON’S LEGACY by Deborah A. Wolf

Posted on April 28, 2016

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My Book in 15 Seconds - Orchids and Stone by Lisa Preston

Posted on April 18, 2016

Daphne doesn’t know if the elderly woman who asked for help is the victim of crime or dementia, but she has a bad feeling. Soon, Daphne gets in too deep to turn back. Get the 15-second scoop on Orchids and Stone from author Lisa Preston herself! more

Going from a Small Indie Press to a Traditional Print Deal

Posted on March 08, 2016

What does it take to get from a small, independent digital-first press to the New York Times bestseller list — and a deal for a new book with a Big Five publisher? Kate Moretti knows. That’s exactly what happened to her when she published her debut novel, Thought I Knew You, with Red Adept Publishing. Thanks to a collaborative effort and smart marketing, her book eventually hit the New York Times bestseller list. Immediately following this success, a literary agent reached out to her, offered representation, and sold her next novel in a print deal to Atria, an imprint of Simon & Schuster. http://insights.bookbub.com/going-from-a-small-indie-press-to-a-traditional-print-deal/ more

#1 New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Dark-Hunter Series Gets Graphic Novel & Coloring Book Adaptations

Posted on February 10, 2016

ArcheronComicSherrilyn Kenyon is teaming up with Dabel Brothers Publishing to release comics, graphic novels, manga, and two adult coloring books based on Kenyon’s Dark-Hunter series. The Dark-Hunter series follows the evolution of a race of immortal warriors whose mission is to protect mankind from evil. The first comic book adaptation will begin with Acheron. Acheron is the first Dark-Hunter who fought against the darkness alone for a thousand years. The first issue of the comic is due out in August of this year and will be followed by a collected graphic novel later in the year. “It’s an absolute thrill and privilege to be working with the Dabel Brothers again,” Kenyon said. “There’s no one I trust more to share the graphic depictions of my worlds.” http://bit.ly/1SITSK0 more

Congratulations to Trident-represented author PJ Manney on the Phillip K. Dick Award nomination for (R)EVOLUTION (47North)!

Posted on January 20, 2016

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Congratulations to Trident Author John Benditt on Winning the National Jewish Book Award!

Posted on January 13, 2016

A man from a small island at the periphery of an unnamed country close to Europe builds a boat and voyages to the capital of his kingdom. There are apparently no Jews on the island where he was born and he has no sense of his own possible Jewish history. In the capital, he encounters for the first time both deeply rooted anti-Semitism and a radical movement that mixes racial hatred and fanatical religious beliefs. When this volatile combination erupts in violence, the islander must confront the possibility of his own Jewish identity and make a fateful choice. http://www.jewishbookcouncil.org/book/the-boatmaker-a-novel more