Terri Ann Leidich was on Joy Blog Talk Radio with Pattie Welek Hall this week. The two talked about the publishing business as well as Terri’s three books. Give the show a listen!
The Los Altos Town Crier recently ran a piece on WriteLife author of ‘My Life in a Tutu,’ Jackie Madden Haugh (Note: Paper mistakenly categorizes her book as self-published).
Bob’s out doing book signings and speaking engagements for his brand new book, Discover Your Treasure. Check out his website for the latest!
The Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance discovery show (#SIBA15) will be September 18-20 in Raleigh, NC. Pattie Welek Hall, WriteLife author of A Mother’s Dance, will be appearing at Friday’s author panel. Make sure you stop by and meet her! Learn more about #SIBA15 on their website!
BQB/WriteLife publishing is at BookExpo America 2015! Come visit us at our booth. We’d love to meet you!
Ted Edlich retired last year after working with non-profit organizations for 40 years, but he hasn’t slowed down. Saturday mornings you’ll find him pursuing his passion, Chinese Kempo Karate.
Award Winner: 2014 Silver “Ippy” Award. Writing in Community: Say Goodbye to Writer’s Block and Transform Your Life Writing in Community is a book of inspiration and encouragement for writers who want to reach deep within themselves and write to their fullest potential. There is magic in a successful writing group. This book helps writers […]
Award winner: 2014 Women Writing the West Finalist in Contemporary Fiction! Blood of the White Bear Dr. Rachel Bisette is drawn to the Four Corners to lead the search for a vaccine against a lethal pandemic. One elusive indigenous woman, Eva Yellow Horn, carries the gift of immunity. In her search for Eva, Rachel discovers power […]
A double award winner: 2012 Silver eLit Awards winner in the Aging/Death/Dying Category, 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist in the Inspirational Category, and 2013 Bronze Medal Living Now Book Awards winner in Grieving/Death/Dying! Flowing with the Go: A Jiu-Jitsu Journey of the Soul For what seemed like a lifetime and probably was, Elena Stowell wandered aimlessly […]