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Comment by Robin Leigh Morgan on March 26, 2013 at 9:35pm

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Would love to hear your feedback on my endeavors.

THANKS and HAPPY WRITING !!!

Comment by Chris Stevenson on March 26, 2013 at 7:23pm

My Guerrilla Warfare for Writers Blog didn't even recognize me when I popped in today. It's been awhile and I'm a NO GOOD slacker. So, got one up. (I mean a blog post, you silly).

ARE YOU SUBMITTING TO GHOSTS?

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Comment by Untreed Reads on March 26, 2013 at 7:17pm

About The Runaway:

Tom and Son Jesus, two 12-year-old boys–one black and one white born the same hour of the same day–are best friends, bound by deep ties and who spend their days dreaming, fishing, and trying to escape work. But their fun comes to an abrupt halt when they discover a human bone, which later turns out to be part of the skeletal remains of Son Jesus’ long missing father. As sheriff Frank Rucker, a World War II hero, begins an investigation into remains, he unmasks the racially motivated killer known only as Pegleg. The sheriff’s findings divide the people of Overton County, forcing a surprising conclusion–or beginning of justice.

Set in the 1940s and using the relationships of two boys–one black and the other white–as a springboard for the beginning of desegregation in the South, The Runaway examines the joys, sorrows, conflicts, and racial disharmony of their historical biased environment.

About Author Terry Kay:

A 2009 recipient of the Governor’s Award in the Humanities, and a 2006 inductee into the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame, Terry Kay is the author of twelve published works of adult fiction, including the recently released collection of short stories, The Greats of Cuttercane.

His other works include Bogmeadow’s Wish, The Book of Marie, To Dance with the White DogThe Valley of Light, Taking Lottie Home, The Kidnapping of Aaron Greene, Shadow Song,The Runaway, Dark Thirty, After Eli and The Year the Lights Came On, as well as a book of essays (Special K) and a children’s book (To Whom the Angel Spoke).

LaGrange College and Mercer University have recognized his work with honorary doctorate degrees. In 2011, Kay was presented the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Georgie Writers Association.  He has received the Georgia Author of the Year award four times and in 2004 was presented with the Townsend Prize, considered the state’s top literary award. In October, 2006, he received the prestigious Appalachian Heritage Writer’s Award from Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, WV. In March of 2007, he was presented the Brooke Baker Award from Dunwoody Library honoring his career as a writer.

How to Purchase The Runaway:

The Runaway is $4.99 from The Untreed Reads Store in EPUB  and PDF formats. Through March 30th, 2013, all titles from Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson are 30% off.

You’ll also find the title at virtually every ebook retailer around the world including Amazon, B&N and Apple’s iBookstore. You’ll find links to the book’s listing at these retailers, plus an excerpt, on the description page in The Untreed Reads Store. Just follow the link above.

If the title hasn’t arrived at your favorite retailer, it soon will! It sometimes takes our retailers a few weeks to process new titles.

Untreed Reads ebook titles are also available for sale to public libraries through our distributor Overdrive. If you’d like to see our titles available for electronic checkout at your local library, please let them know.

If you are a reviewer and would like a copy, please contact Brendan Seibel at brendan@untreedreads.com


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Comment by Untreed Reads on March 25, 2013 at 6:01pm

About The Death of Me:

The time: the 1960s. The place: a mid-sized town in northern Florida.

Police patrolling a middle-class neighborhood discover Waldo Fleenor bleeding profusely in the driveway of his own home. As the officers wait for an ambulance, stanch the young man’s wounds, and question him about his attacker, Waldo mentally revisits past events that led to his present situation.

The trouble begins with the arrival of his baby brother, Jamie, who replaces three-year-old Waldo as the primary object of their parents’ affection.

As time passes, the differences between the brothers become more apparent. While intelligent, sensitive Waldo grows up homely and sickly, Jamie develops into a handsome, athletic youth. By the time the siblings reach their teens, the contrast between popular, good-natured Jamie and brooding outcast Waldo is as obvious as day and night.

Waldo’s vague animosity towards his brother crystallizes into bitterness. Ultimately, Waldo decides the only way he can step into the light is to eliminate the long shadow cast by his brother. For Waldo to truly live, Jamie must die, and Waldo sets in motion a twisted plan to remove his hated rival once and for all.

A novella.

About Author Jack Ewing:

A creative writing/English graduate of Parsons College (Iowa) and a post-graduate student at the State University of New York, Jack Ewing has published more than 100 million words for print, broadcast, Internet and other media since 1960. A former radio station copywriter, advertising agency creative director, and longtime freelancer, he has published over 600 short stories, five novels, ten full-length nonfiction works, thousands of articles and reference entries, and tens of thousands of ads. A marketing specialist/consultant since 1970, he has won 225 industry creative awards for communication. Jack has lived in Idaho since 1980.

Jack has previously published short stories with Untreed Reads including English Lessons,ThrowawaysCatManDoMember of the Banned and Pointed Remarks.

How to Purchase The Death of Me:

The Death of Me is $2.99 from The Untreed Reads Store in EPUB  and PDF formats. Through March 30th, 2013, all titles from Jack Ewing are 30% off.

You’ll also find the title at virtually every ebook retailer around the world including Amazon, B&N and Apple’s iBookstore. You’ll find links to the book’s listing at these retailers, plus an excerpt, on the description page in The Untreed Reads Store. Just follow the link above.

If the title hasn’t arrived at your favorite retailer, it soon will! It sometimes takes our retailers a few weeks to process new titles.

Untreed Reads ebook titles are also available for sale to public libraries through our distributor Overdrive. If you’d like to see our titles available for electronic checkout at your local library, please let them know.

If you are a reviewer and would like a copy, please contact Brendan Seibel at brendan@untreedreads.com


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Comment by BooksAhoy on March 25, 2013 at 5:46pm

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Comment by BooksAhoy on March 25, 2013 at 5:37pm

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Comment by Barb Baltrinic on March 25, 2013 at 2:58pm

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Comment by Dan Waltz on March 24, 2013 at 4:36pm

I was diagnosed with cancer just hours before rumors of a cure began circling the globe. Like me, most people were skeptical, while others thanked their lucky stars for such fantastic news. Then, strange things began happening, like thousands of birds falling from the skies and fish going belly-up for no reason. People assumed foul play, but that was quickly dismissed. A secret society with government backing lurked in the shadows while a virus was born. It spread wildly across the planet, unleashing the dead to walk among us. This is when my living nightmare began, and life as I knew it changed forever.

"There is an appointed time for everything, and there is a time for every event under heaven." ~ Ecclesiastes 3:1-1 KJV

I'm very proud to bring you the results of a three-year journey. My goal was to bring something fresh to a decaying genre, and give you a few things to think about along the way. I hope I did that.

I hope you enjoy the read...

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www.danwaltz.com

 
 
 

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