24/8 Book Club


Sherrilyn Kenyon launches ACHERON

Fans of this author and The Dark Hunter Series are patiently counting down the days till the release of Acheron.  If you are lucky enough to live in Nashville, there is a launch party that is open to the public and free that sounds amazing for all of you Kenyon Minions.  You can read all about the August 4th party, its location and timing at her site, www.dailyinquisitor.com/sherrilyn/intro.htm.

Sherrilyn will be touring the nation if you can’t make it to Nashville with all of the upcoming stops across the nation, there is one close to you,  http://www.dailyinquisitor.com//sherrilyn/appearances.htm.



Local Chicago author invites everyone to his book launch on Sunday, July 13
July 11, 2008, 10:15 am
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Author Tony Lindsay short story collection titled ‘Pieces of the Hole’ is Tom’s latest release. Details of the book release party are and everyone is encouraged to atend:

Date: Sunday July 13th 2008

Place: Merrill House

6818 South Merrill

Chicago, Il

Time: 4 to 7 pm

This is a collection of short stories that represent several walks of life within the urban African American community. Storylines targetting senoirs, teenagers, young couples, returning college students, inmates, corporate wokers and both young and midlife lovers are presented. Here the reader will find both heart warming tales as well as on the edge of your seat fiction.   www.amazon.com ISBN# 0883782693

Tony Lindsay is the author of five novels and a short story collection, One Dead Preacher (BlackWords Press), Street Possession (Urban Books),  Chasin’ It(Urban Books), Urban Affair (Urban Books) and One Dead Lawyer (Q – Boro Books), and Pieces of the Hole (Third World Press). He has written reviews and articles for Black Issues Book Review and submits to the African American literary website Timbooktu.com. He has published in the young adult magazine Cicada and currently teaches creative writing at Chicago State University under the adult continuing education program. A native Chicagoan, he was educated at University of Illinois, Chicago