ZP Author and Artist News for Dec 2014

December 2014

News

ZP is still working to update our ebook store so we can get download links for your purchases and some other fancy capabilities. Ran into a couple of issues, but they’re being worked out. This will happen! Soon!

Avalon Graphics aka Cathy Helms won the 2014 Rone Cover Award under the Mystery/Suspense catergory! Congrats!

See more of her cover work here.

Here is a poster artist Brad Fraunfelter made for a client. It includes the five main characters of the ongoing series. Isn’t it gorgeous?

Poster by Brad Fraunfelter

Each character was painted separately and then placed into the overall composite. The main character at center was created through the use of photography of a model in costume, and then was repainted in the computer. Also the Medusa character was created in a similar way. This was a model that was photographed in a studio setting, and was then manipulated and repainted over digitally to add the snake skin, snakes on the hair, jewelry, etc.


 

Appearances

Looks like all our authors are busy with their families this coming holiday season, so no appearance updates for Decemeber. But they do wish you and yours a wonderful set of holidays!

Book Trailers

 

A new feature! We’ll try to post a different book trailer to the front page each month along with the news and monthly appearances.

This month is a book trailer for Gloria Oliver’s Willing Sacrifice.

ZP Author and Artist News for Oct 2014

News

ZP is working to update our ebook store so we can get download links for your purchases and some other fancy capabilities. The looks is just about there, but there’s still lots to do. Keep checking back and we’ll let you know when it’s ready.

 

Appearances

Roberta Rogow will be appearing at the 12th Annual Collingswood Book Fair Oct 11th in Collingswood, NJ.

Kim Baccellia will be part of KidLitCon 2014 at the Tsakopoulos Library Galleria in Sacramento, CA. She and two other authors will be discussing Finding and Reviewing the Best in Diverse Children’s and YA

On Oct 12, Roberta Rogow will be part of “Meet The Authors Day” at the Oldbridge Public Library in Oldbridge NJ.

Gloria Oliver will be at the Dallas Comic Con Fan Days Oct 17-19 in Irving, TX.

Lyndi Alexander is teaching two workshops October 18 in Erie, PA at the Pennwriters Mini-Conference: “A writer’s road trip 2.” There’s no need to pack a picnic lunch or look for a roadside rest, a luncheon buffet is included.

Alana Lorens is having a fundraising booksigning event in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, in conjunction with Women’s Services, Inc., with her Pittsburgh Lady Lawyers series books, on October 28 at a local bakery. Two dollars from the sale of each book will go to the organization, which has a battered women’s shelter, counseling and much more to help survivors of domestic violence.

Arlene Sachitano will be signing books from her quilt mystery series The Harriet Truman/Loose Threads Mysteries at the International Quilt Festival in Houston, TX from Oct 29 thru Nov 2.

Book Trailers

 

A new feature! We’ll try to post a different book trailer to the front page each month along with the news and monthly appearances.

This month is a book trailer for Gloria Oliver’s In the Service of Samurai.

 

ZP Author and Artist News for Sept 2014

September 2014

News

Elizabeth Burton, our intrepid editor, has a new FaceBook page called “The Ornery Editor” – eventually she hopes to have a blog tied to it as well. Go see what makes her Ornery!

Gloria Oliver lent her daughter a hand and a new Chibi Chains website has been born. With a totally new personality, the website shines! Go take a look.

 

Appearances

Gloria Oliver and Rie Sheridan Rose will be a guests and have a table at Fencon Aug 26-28 in Addison, TX.

Roberta Rogow will be appearing at the Jamesburg Street Fair Sept 27th in Jamesburg, NJ.

Book Trailers

A new feature! We’ll try to post a different book trailer to the front page each month along with the news and monthly appearances.

This month is a book trailer for Rie Sheridan Rose’s The Marvelous Mechanical Man.

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