Thanks to everyone who came out to my Project Freelance event in Asheville last month. We met at the Flatiron Writers Room, which has a number of interesting upcoming events. I’m taking a break from events in Western North Carolina this winter and currently in the process of planning a spring event for writers and creative professionals. If you’re new to this site, I organize Asheville Writers, a group of writers focused on business and career aspects of writing.
Twelve people with an odd assortment of superpowers join forces against a powerful media empire in Sherrie Cronin’s new novel One Too. Released December 15, 2017 on Kindle and in paperback through Amazon, the novel is also available for Nook, and through Kobo, Smashwords and iTunes. This is Sherrie’s sixth fantasy/science fiction book and the last in her collection titled 46. Ascending. Each of the previous five novels tells a tale a different family member learning to do the impossible when circumstances require it. In this last stand-alone story, the five family members all discover what each other can do and learn to work together to overcome the worst danger any of them have faced.
John Fahey has recently published Arrival, eBook with Amazon, a memoir that follows his earlier eBook Survival. The print copy is available from Lulu.com.
Tara Lynne Groth’s (me!) piece in INDY Week profiled the youngest artist ever admitted to the Orange County Artist Guild. Teen artist Eli Melet is known for his unique artwork featuring eggshells. Groth also published a piece on Medicaid Trusts in Next Avenue, which was syndicated on Market Watch.
Missed the group newsletters this year? Here they are: