Hot off the Press and Coming Attractions, Oct.-Nov. 2017

All y’all.

OMG.

IT IS ALMOST NOVEMBER WHAT THE HELL I CAN’T EVEN.

We’re coming up on the holiday season, people, and that means MOAR READING and hopefully giving people BOOKS as gifts because YAY READING! Waiting for someone below the equator to invite me to hang out with them for the month of December so I can experience the holiday season during summer. Anyone? Anyone?

At any rate, we’ve got the lists posted over at our new releases and coming up page, which you can access

VIA THIS LINK RIGHT HERE.

But for me, HALLOWEEN is coming, so I thought I’d let y’all know that Dirt Road Books has four Halloween-ish stories available FOR FREE on its website. FREE FREE FREE Halloween-ish short stories by authors R.G. Emanuelle, Gill McKnight, Jove Belle, and Andi Marquette (full disclosure; that’s me).

LINKIE.

Cool piccie of said story covers:

Can you dig it? I know. The November list might get you thinking about those other end-of-the-year holidays, and that’s cool. But I’m still diggin’ on Halloween, so there you go.

Anyway, we are not all-knowing and all-seeing up in here (merry elves notwithstanding), so if you know of a book that’s coming out soon, drop us a line at the CONTACT LINK so we can add it to the list. We update these things throughout the month, though we post the 2nd or 3rd Friday of each month (give or take). Make sure you do the following:

Put reason for contacting us in the subject line (e.g.: “book to add to hot off the press lists!”)

Then put in the body of the email the following info:

Author
Title of book
LINK to info about book or buy link.

Thanks and happy Friday!

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One thought on “Hot off the Press and Coming Attractions, Oct.-Nov. 2017

  1. December in the southern hemisphere is great! Santa wears boardshorts and flip flops, whilst the reindeer never leave the pool. Weekends are for braai (BBQ), watching rugby and swimming. And don’t forget the endless supply of cold drinks and ice cream!

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