New releases from
We're also pleased to announce the early
publication of the literary novel
of Lost Children by
Karen Blomain, originally scheduled for August. The Season
of Lost Children original trade paperback & ebook versions are
available now from you favorite booksellers—including, of close, the
Pearlsong Press online store. Read & share the first chapter via the
me (Pearlsong publisher Peggy Elam, Ph.D.) this coming Sunday,
June 12 15, 2011 at 5 p.m. Eastern/4 p.m. Central for an hour-long chat
as several Pearlsong authors continue discussing Body & Age Diversity in Literature...the
topic address during last month's Pearlsong Conversation. (Click
here to listen to and/or download the mp3 recording of that May
There's no cost to participate in the Conversation, other than any long distance toll charges that might apply. The Conversation will be recorded and available for listening/downloading afterward, but we'd love for you to join us live if possible.
To receive the teleconference call details (phone number & access code), send an email to pearlsongconversations @ pearlsong.com. The call details will be automatically emailed to you.
Clockwise from top left: Lynne Murray, Lauri Owen, Leslie Moise, Pat Ballard, Tracey Thompson, Ellen Frankel.
Lynne Murray is the author of the romantic comedy Bride of the Living Dead & the upcoming The Falstaff Vampire Files. Lauri J Owen is the author of the paranormal romance Embers Series, with Fallen Embers (Book One) out last fall & Blowing Embers (Book Two) coming this summer. Leslie Moise is the author of the forthcoming memoir Love is the Thread. Pat Ballard, the Queen of Rubenesque Romances, is the author of Dangerous Love as well as seven other fiction & two nonfiction books. Tracey Thompson is the author of Fatropolis, a novel planned for publication in 2012. Ellen Frankel is the author of the new novel Syd Arthur as well as the memoir Beyond Measure.
You can find links to previous Conversation recordings on the Pearlsong Conversations webpage. See http://www.pearlsong.com/pearlsongconversations.htm for more info and the archived recordings. But we do hope you'll join us live on Sunday. The teleconference call line will hold up to 96 people!
Peggy Elam, Ph.D.
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