Review: Horses and Ponies

July 21, 2016


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Horses and Ponies: Facts, Information and Beautiful Pictures about Horses and Ponies By François Bissonnette CreateSpace Independent Publishing March 2016 66 pages Do you know the difference between a horse and a pony? In François Bissonnette’s Horses and Ponies you will learn that and many more fascinating fun facts illustrated with dozens of color portrait […]

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Dark Park Publishing accepting novels and novellas

July 13, 2016



Dark Park Publishing is currently accepting well-written novels and novellas in all areas of Dark Fiction. Works can be horror, dark sci-fi, fantasy, western, or dark comedy in any genre. They are looking for unique and entertaining storytelling. “Whether it’s a strikingly original premise, a mash-up of genres never done before, or a tale told […]

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Review: Agatha Parrot and the Odd Street School Ghost

July 6, 2016


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Agatha Parrot and the Odd Street School Ghost Written by Kjartan Poskitt Illustrated by Wes Hargis Clarion Books July 2016 160 pages Agatha Parrot has crazy red hair and freckles. She lives on Odd Street which is so named because the houses are located on the odd side of the street. Coincidentally Agatha’s 3 closest […]

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Absolute Love Publishing invites you to share the love

June 29, 2016


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Do you have a positive message to share with the world? Absolute Love Publishing and its imprint Spirited Press are accepting book manuscript submissions. Founder Caroline Shearer says, “Our logo is an infinity symbol joined by two hearts, to demonstrate our oneness and the love that always joins us.” The editors are looking for fiction […]

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Review: School of the Dead

June 22, 2016


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School of the Dead By Avi HarperCollins June 2016 288 pages Tony Gilbert thought his Uncle Charlie was a weird old man until he came to live with him and his parents. Uncle Charlie told great stories, played video games, and taught Tony how to use a slackline. Uncle Charlie even convinced Tony’s parents to […]

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Review: Whoosh!

June 14, 2016


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Whoosh! Lonnie Johnson’s Super-Soaking Stream of Inventions Written by Chris Barton Illustrated by Don Tate Charlesbridge Publishing May 2016 32 pages Even as a young boy, Lonnie Johnson possessed a natural talent for engineering. He loved to create and design rockets. In high school, his team won first place at the science fair for his […]

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Hydra is the next generation of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror

June 7, 2016


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Hydra invites queries for submissions in the science fiction, fantasy, and horror categories. Hydra is Random House’s digital-only imprint. Their program is managed with the same attention given all of other imprints within the Penguin-Random House Publishing Group. Every book will be assigned to an accomplished Random House editor and a dedicated marketer and publicist. […]

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